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Graphite: Guide for ed tech tools

There are no limits to what a great educator can achieve when they have the right tools….. Graphite is a new website (still in beta) to help teachers find, understand, and share the best digital learning products available. It’s a free service from Common Sense Media. The video below explains – go to the Graphite […]

Beyond images

Who’d want a flat picture when you can easily create rich images with music, video, sound and text built in? ThingLink is a site which allows you to bring your images to life with music, video, text, images, shops and more. They say: Every image contains a story and ThingLink helps you tell your stories. Follow image […]

Create an eBook cover icon

You may, like me, have a couple of books and/or eBooks and want to make an icon to represent your books on a website or blog. Rather than just put a flat picture of the cover (Exhibit A below) you can make a nifty 3D version of your book (Exhibit B below). I think you’ll […]

Make a Flipping Book

Flipsnack is a great online tool that will turn any pdf file into an online book with pages you can turn. It’s a free service – but you have a Flipsnack advertisement up front. It’s pretty unobtrusive – you can see for yourself at my sample below. There are paid versions that willgive you extra […]

Social Media Workshop Links

As this post becomes public, I’m running an Introduction to Social Media workshop for the Warringah Chamber of Commerce & Industries. Below are the links I’ve mentioned in the workshop – click through to your heart’s content! If you’d like to do the workshop online you can have access for 30 days for $30 – […]

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