Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Learning

Cheating is nothing new, and with internet access and the move to online learning, the opportunities to act without academic integrity have become more readily […]

Who is afraid of ... Shared Actions? Crash course Lesson 2 (video)

Preparation In Lesson 1 you started from an existing project, which had created objects for the Slide show AND shared actions in the project Library. Topic […]

Who is afraid of ... Shared Actions? Crash course - Lesson 2 (step-by-step)

Intro You prefer step-by-step workflow for this second lesson over a video. Great. Let us start with this second lesson,  explaining how to use the […]

(re)Use Shared Actions – Lesson 2 (crash course)

Preparation In the first lesson you started from an existing project, which had the objects for the Slide show created AND shared actions in the […]

Who is afraid of... Shared Actions? Crash course Lesson 1 (video)

Preparation You have read the introduction and watched the Demo project. This lesson will explain the interaction 'SlideShow' which you did see in the demo. […]

Celebrating National Library Week from Home

For more than 60 years, people have joined with the American Library Association to set aside a week in April to celebrate the power of […]

360 VR Library: Explore to Know How it Differs from React VR

The revolutionary evolution of technology is boundless, continuous use of smart devices and applications has changed the way consumers used to explore and opt for […]

Using Tech for ELA Differentiation and Assessment

When I taught high school English Language Arts (ELA), one of the ways I utilized technology was to engage my students in different types of […]

Remote Learning Resources and Ideas for Librarians

April 4 marks National School Librarian Day, an occasion to celebrate the contributions of librarians and media specialists in schools and districts across the country. […]

Secrets of cpQuizInfoAnswerChoice.

Intro Recently I posted an example project, where this quizzing system variable was used for Survey slides. If you missed it, use this link. The […]

Our 2019 Google Resource Roundup

It’s that time of year again. Every year, I gather together all the fabulous Google resources from our blog. This year, we have had so […]

Google Tools for Your Library

Google is a common tool in education. But are you getting the most out Google’s suite of applications in your library or media center? Here […]

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