#527 Immersive Reader: visual and grammar options [2/2]

In #522, we introduced the immersive reader. In this post we explore this further by looking at the visual and grammar options within the tool. […]

The 'New Realms' of Digital Writing: 3 Classroom Examples From ISTE

Technology can help students find their interests, explore new formats, and reach new audiences, teacher Michelle Haiken said at the International Society for Technology in […]

#522 Immersive reader: Introduction [1/2]

The immersive reader is a fantastic tool that is available within many of the O365 applications. Great for learners at all levels, it offers a […]

Checking references and citations

It is amazing how many students get into a muddle over the simple process of ensuring accurate links to the supporting evidence for their claims. […]

How to Write Better: Notes from the Smore Marketing Team

Writing isn’t easy. It takes time to craft the perfect sentence, to proofread, to revise, edit, and polish. And often, the way you write can […]

Connecting through Creative Writing Club

This post was written by Lia, a student in the FLVS Creative Writing Club. The Creative Writing Club is a place where students of Florida […]

Microsoft debuts Ideas in Word, a grammar & style suggestions tool powered by AI [Wiggers]

Microsoft debuts Ideas in Word, a grammar and style suggestions tool powered by AI — from venturebeat.com by Kyle Wiggers; with thanks to Mr. Jack […]

Conclusions and recommendations

For a PhD, indeed for most academic research, the researcher is judged more on the quality and justification of the research method, rather than getting […]

A New Word Cloud Tool: WordWanderer

I really like the concept of word clouds. I think they can be a great resource in helping to determine what is important in reading, […]

Reading and Writing Tools for Educators

As an educator, you may have several resources in your PLN (Professional or Personal Learning Network) where you collect tools for students. But where do […]

#517 Tired of typing? Try the dictation feature in O365

Sometimes it is easier to speak, rather than type what it is that we want to write. Now you can dictate directly in Word Online, […]

Hey kids: Let's learn a useless skill!

Here is a little game you can play with your coworkers: try to find a document at your work that is...

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