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  • The voyages of Captain James Cook – The British Library  “The expeditions of James Cook shaped Europe’s knowledge of the world, and had far-reaching consequences for the people of the lands they touched. Explore the stories, art and maps of the artists and scientists who were on board the ships. Our digital collection items include drawings by the Polynesian high priest and navigator Tupaia, who accompanied Cook to New Zealand and Australia.
    You’ll also find modern-day responses to the expeditions from people of the communities Cook encountered, documented and learned from. These reflect the different perspectives that exist on the legacy of the voyages and their impact.”

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  • MonkeyLearn – Word Cloud MonkeyLearn is a new tool for creating word clouds from text that you supply and it allows you customize the display of your word clouds before you download them as PNG files. MonkeyLearn can also be used to extract a keyword from a document. You can also use it to analyze the sentiment of a document.

  • Wheel of Names | Random name picker Wheel of Names is a free random name picker website. There are many random name pickers available on the web but this one offer a bit more then most because it not only lets you enter names, it lets you upload images to be chosen at random. Wheel of Names also lets you create a free account that you can use to save a series of wheels. That option could be helpful if you have multiple classes and don’t want to enter names whenever you need to pick a name at random.
  • Keep Calm and Posters Generator, Maker For Free – KeepCalmAndPosters.com Easy tool to use to create your own posters

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  • 5 Takeaways from News Literacy EdCamp – EasyBib Blog  “The best way to help combat fake news is to teach our students what it is, what it looks like, how to spot it, and how to prevent it. These were identifies as the five biggest takeaways from a day of workshops and discussion from The News Literacy Project & TIME Inc.’s News Literacy EdCamp. Keep these in mind when teaching your students about fake news.”
  • Seven Advanced Excel Features You Should Be Using [Infographic] | Lifehacker Australia “Microsoft Excel is packed with useful data management features that don’t see a lot of use, like pivot tables, index and match, and conditional formatting. If you’re just using excel to sum and chart columns, this graphic can show you some other tools to help you become the spreadsheet guru you always wanted to be.

 

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