Supporting Access to Online Education for All

Today is Digital Learning Day! It’s a day when the whole nation celebrates all the wonderful benefits of online learning and digital literacy. You know, […]

In W.Va., Teachers Turn Trump's 'Fake News' Attacks Into Teachable Moments

At West Virginia's Ripley High, teachers are developing media literacy skills in students who are trying to critically examine allegations about "fake news" and media […]

Episode 81 Trends for January 25-February 10 Online Learning, Digital and Media Literacy

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the… Tags:  digital literacy, media literacy, Online Learning Del.icio.us Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:  1 (One) on this […]

Let us help!

“Talk to us!” Whether you have a definite idea of how you want to use learning technology and innovate your  teaching, see the potential for […]

Using social media to extend learning

A few weeks ago we spoke to a group of students about how they see the systems we use in the college. Although they felt […]

#365 Atom: A free text editor

This one is a late Christmas present from me to you! It may not be relevant to you all but I thought I would share […]

#361 Manage your files in Windows Explorer using drag and drop

Do you find it annoying moving files and folders using Windows Explorer? Why not use drag and drop! All you need to do is open […]

#353 Drag and drop URLs into a Dropbox folder

Did you know that you can save a website URL to a Dropbox folder? Well now you do! This is really useful to keep all […]

Digital Portfolios with Google Tools

I realized that I was over complicating matters and making things too complex when it came to creating digital portfolios with my 9th grade ELA […]

#349 Make a splash with Unsplash

We all love something for nothing, don’t we? Unsplash is a website full of free high-resolution photos: All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under […]

Being Competitive in Tomorrow’s Workforce

The year was 1989. We saw the birth of the World Wide Web, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the television debut of The Simpsons, […]

Students Struggle With Spotting Fake News, Stanford Researchers Say

According to a new study, students are ill-equipped to evaluate the origins of online content in their news feeds for bias and reliability.

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