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I’ve not used Adobe Presenter, but from now until the end of November 2013 educators can download a 12-month license for free. If you’ve used the software, what’s been your experience? What advice do you have for fellow educators interested in Adobe Presenter?
Skip Tegrity and Camtasia, use Google Hangouts On Air for free lecture capture.
Today @caropinto asked me, what are my top five WordPress plugins? It’s a great question and one I hope you all will help answer. There are so many plugins for WordPress, but it can be hard to find them through all the noise. For me, I use the following: Akismet – Blocks spam comments. Google XML Sitemaps – Automatically… Read more »
Inspired by a ProfHacker article from a few years back, I decided to try using Twitter to create a digital sign outside my office door. That way, I can let students know if I’m available for a drop-in conversation or whether I’m prepping for class and don’t want to be disturbed. It also lets me… Read more »
Tutorial for using Google Hangouts to flip your class. Written by Keith Hamon and published on Fractus Learning.
The tagline for Grades.io is “a simple and beautiful way for teachers to manage their students, grades, and assignments online.” Describing the application in a TechCrunch write up, Arlton Lowry, one of the co-founders stated: “I just wanted to be able to easily manage my students, manage my class and assignments and get through the day,”… Read more »
Written by Amy O’Leary and published by the NY Times Bits Blog.
Yesterday, at the UAMS Teaching with Technology Symposium, someone mentioned using Google Voice as a way to connect with students, without giving your personal phone number. With Google Voice you can connect a number of different phones to one number and they can all ring when someone’s trying to call you. Further, you can use… Read more »
Testing software without a use case is like kicking the tires of a car. It doesn’t really tell one much. After reading “Making Connections with Scapple” by Amy Cavender two months ago, I downloaded the trial version of Scapple, tested it out, and wasn’t impressed. My dismissiveness though had more to do with a failure… Read more »