4 Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom

4 Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom

Google Docs is a user friendly suite of online collaborative tools that come with tremendous potential for use in the classroom. Below I have put together a list of possible uses for Google Docs.   Students can receive immediate feedback on their writing from teachers and peers when sharing their work. Students are provided with […]

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Quizlet: Online Flashcards

Quizlet  is a free online tool that students and educators can use for studying and course organization that simulates flashcards.  You can download the Quizlet app for iOS or Android.  Quizlet is an interactive, online tool that allows you to create and look at flashcards in sets, even allowing for you to digitally flip the cards to the front […]

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Ken Burns iPad App: History Mixtapes

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, in collaboration with the digital agency Big Spaceship, has released an app of “mixtapes” of all his documentaries titled Ken Burns. These mixtapes take all of his works (over 136 hours) and break them down into six themes in American history: innovation, race, politics, art, hard times, and war.   The user […]

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Learn How to Use Webex

WebEx is a Web conferencing application that can be used to host classes, office hours, and other meetings online. Instructors and students communicate in real-time using chat, voice, and video. Instructors can show PowerPoint presentations, annotate slides, allow students to present, share a document, perform live editing, poll students, record the session, and much more. […]

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Five Free iPad Screencasting Apps

The iPad has become a technological staple in the world of higher education. With well known applications such as DropBox, Evernote, and WordPress, the iPad has integrated well with academic tasks. One academic task the iPad lends itself towards is screencasting. After all, the iPad is portable, powerful, and has been used with other presentation […]

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