The 50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For 50 from a favorites list. Lifehacker asked readers to indicate which free apps they were most thankful for. There were hundreds of suggestions both classic and new. They took the votes (and added a few of there own) and ranked our 50 apps using those votes as a guide.
TeachThought52 Tips And Tricks For Google Docs In The Classroom Google Docs is a versatile tool for students. It allows for collaboration, is easily portable, easy to use, and has widespread acceptance. There are also many options, both hidden and obvious, thatallow you to use Google Docs to its fullest capability. This post lists 52 great tips for getting the most out of Google Docs as a student, with ideas and tricks for collaboration, sharing, and staying productive
YALSA » Connect, Create, Collaborate: National YA Forum on Teens & Libraries Is the Next Big Thing The YALSA received funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to facilitate a year-long project. “It brings together library staff that work with teens, educators, library educators, youth development experts, technology experts, and stakeholders to talk about the future of YA services. All leading to a white paper that will outline where teen services should go in the future and how best to support teens in libraries and communities.”
http://pagetostage.org/ Page to stage explores how technology can enhance the live theatre experience for young audiences
About Sound Infusion | Sound Infusion “Sound Infusion is a unique learning tool that incorporates music and culture from all over the world. It is a free, online, interactive learning experience that blends music making and cultural awareness. Students can create their own songs from hundreds of different samples, save, share and discuss their work online with their classmates as well as students from other schools”
Learning/WebLiteraciesWhitePaper – MozillaWiki “The web is for everyone so, in essence, this web literacies paper is also for everyone. It is, however, likely to be of particular use and value to educators and academics looking for a reference point and framework to help develop web literacies in themselves and others. When we mention ‘we’ in this white paper we’re talking about not only about Mozilla, but the community of people who believe in Connected Learning, and who believe in learning through making and doing. We’re people who believe in the practical application of knowledge through project-based and interest-based learning.”
Learning – MozillaWiki “The Mozilla Learning team is working on defining a set of core web literacies and developing learning pathways for people to develop and hone these skills. Our goals are to develop and empower more webmakers by providing them with the opportunity to learn making by making. This work is leveraging all of the great momentum, tools and content built through Hackasaurus.
30 Recommended Apps For Online Students – Edudemic The Apps are grouped according to use. “It just plain makes sense that students who dig incorporating technology into their academic pursuits would likely make mobile computing via tablets and smartphones an integral life component. Taking advantage of everything these applications have to offer streamlines the largely autonomous process behind enrolling in an online course. Some, of course, prove a little more useful than others, but the following offer a nice enough start!”