Clip That Web Page with Joplin

If you need to keep track of information off the web, you’re not alone. In this blog entry, we’ll explore Joplin, a new tool with […]

20 Team Collaboration Tools For Remote Teams In 2020

Whether your team is fully remote or has a few key players who work virtually, having reliable, easy-to-use collaboration tools is essential to your success. […]

Smarter study – 5 great apps for students

As the new academic year is now well underway, we thought that it would be worthwhile updating our ‘Smarter study – 5 essential apps for […]

eFeedback: ICT tools I use to give my students high-quality feedback

Image courtesy of Heisenberg Media via Flickr. Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at four online tools that have helped him deliver high-quality feedback to his […]

Evolution of a new ERA – Mobile Apps in Learning

Speaking of this era – we are in the world of apps. Everyone is fond of having new applications in their smartphones, so do I. […]

Digital Portfolios: 4 Resources for Creating and Developing Long Lasting Projects with your Students

In this look at digital portfolios, we will examine how each of these portfolio methods look and feel and more importantly why you should and […]

30 Day Brainstorm Challenge – Day 29/30: Technology is Your Friend

I’m doubling up with Day 29 & 30 of our 30 Day Brainstorm Challenge – Technology is Your Friend! Until, it isn’t. Due to some […]

30 Day Brainstorm Challenge Day 2: I’m Ready to Rumble

30 Day Brainstorm Challenge Day 2 and I’m ready to rumble, with myself.   Beginning this challenge has lead me to realize what a poor […]

Easy Come & Easy Go…

…and so is the life of a Chrome Extension. Yesterday I discovered the Evernote Clearly Chrome Extension is discontinued. What this means is it can […]

A Student Guide to EverNote’s Skitch Feature

A new learning tool that Dr. Simpson introduced us to recently is Skitch. From what we have discovered so exploring the capabilities of this app it is very useful for […]

Preliminary Thoughts on Evernote from Alison and Lizzy’s Perspective

One of the Top 100 Learning Tools from Jane Hart that the research team wanted to learn more information about was Evernote. Each person individually […]

I is for Identity

3 tech-rich strategies for exploring identity with students “Who am I?” is the question at the heart of the adolescent mind. Almost all challenges, tests, […]

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