Building Student Research Teams

  Though I failed to get the crowd funding I sought last year (described in an earlier post) I am delighted to report that I have […]

Seeing how it all fits together – a timeline for Art History

Last year Professor Liz James (Art History) received a Digital Practice Award. The purpose of the funding was to give staff the opportunity to develop […]

How to find out which apps will no longer work in iOS 11

In September 2013, Apple introduced the iPhone 5s with its first 64-bit processor, the A7 and they launched iOS 7, the first 64-bit iDevice from […]

Should you let your teenager on Yellow app: Tinder for the young?

Should you let your teenager on Yellow app,  the new flirting/dating site used by over 7 million generation Z’s and dubbed the Tinder for young […]

The big 3 social media apps for kids right now

What social network apps are kids using today? How can I make sure my kids are safe on these apps? How am I supposed to […]

Instagram: update for parents to help you decide if your child is ready

When should I let my child have Instagram? One of the many questions I get asked as it seems to be the social network most […]

Maths Super Elite: a primary age maths app review

This is a maths app sponsored review post for Inquisitive Games An app that allows your kids to defeat alien invaders, save the world and […]

Digital Dashboard Document

This year I am trying a more transparent and strategic approach to my technology integration.  I've always been mindful of the purpose of the tool, […]

Peeking Out of My Invisibility Cloak: My Research Assistants Evaluate Quizlet

Sharpening and trying out learning tools for 2017 (tonight I tried learning Spanish with Babbel:)), I came across a blog post written by my student […]

Marzipano 360 how to change hotspot properties and styles

Recently I was asked about changing the hotspot properties of a Marzipano 360 project. This article will extend on How to use 360 images with […]

Cloud QR: A classroom friendly app to create QR codes

Working with QR codes in the classroom can be both fun and powerful. There are plenty of really useful areas where QR codes can enhance […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some really neat iOS apps that can teach learners of […]

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