Backups Made Simple

If you’re like most computer users, you have zillions of files, photos, videos, and other documents on your device, perhaps organized and perhaps not. The […]

Three Ways A New LMS Succeeds

Ready to put an end to your learning management system? Tired of paying exorbitant fees for clunky features, low use, and high cost? You’re not […]

Top Take-Aways from the TCEA 2019 Convention, Part 2

If you weren’t able to be at the TCEA 2019 Convention & Exposition last week, you can still participate in the great learning that happened […]

Protect Your Eyes with Chrome Extensions

“A high percentage of learners with Dyslexia are complaining about the white background in the new look Google Classroom – is there any way this […]

Supporting Bilingual Students with Reading and Writing

In the United States, over thirteen million children speak a language other than English at home. After English, Spanish is the most common language spoken […]

Your Must-Have Microsoft Gadgets and Apps for the Holidays

Are you making a list and checking it twice? As you prepare your list for Santa Claus, give some thought to these Microsoft gadgets. Here […]

Tips for CTOs on Knowledge Management

“How do you keep track of everything?” I asked my secretary. We stood in a dilapidated portable building, the Technology Department building.  In response to […]

TCEA Responds: Minecraft Licensing

Dear TCEA Responds: In the next few months, our new Windows 10 computers will arrive. Soon, I will teach students game design. I had hoped […]

Remote Work with Microsoft Tools

Work from home? If you teach in K-12, probably not. But remote work is a growing trend. Let’s explore Microsoft tools that make it easier. […]

Five OneNote Hacks for Your Classroom

If you are using OneNote with your students, you’re probably already aware of how powerful it is. But just like any program, there may be […]

Reading Made Easy in the Chrome Browser

“Darn, I hate it when I have to wade through advertisements, sidebars, and banners just to read a blog entry,” I muttered to myself. The […]

Go Digital with Cornell Note-Taking and the OneNote App

Back in September, 2016, I had just begun working with Microsoft OneNote to setup a Cornell Notes type page in OneNote Desktop (a.k.a. OneNote 2016). […]

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