Technology and Innovation in Education

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Online Resources: How to Evaluate With a Critical Evaluation Framework

Incorporating online resources into your practice and your scholarship is inevitable. Ensuring you use the most affective, accurate and credible resources is not automatic. Learning this skill is important and also sets an example to your students on what they… Continue Reading →

Zotero Citation Managment

This is optional, but is likely a lifesaver in your program for when you have to write any academic papers. You could also just use it to store resources/papers you come across and value as you move through life. We… Continue Reading →

Feedly

We have made things easy for you in terms of finding each other’s public blogs by way of the EDCI Blog Hub, but that won’t be there forever. Individuals can use “RSS Readers” to subscribe to “feeds” from websites. RSS stands for… Continue Reading →

Post-Class Optional WordPress Instructions

I’ve had a couple of class members ask me for instructions on how to migrate their blog to another WordPress hosting service (like WordPress.com) or delete their blog.  While I believe there is significant value in having a public presence… Continue Reading →

Diigo

Diigo is a social bookmarking website that allows signed-up users to bookmark and tag web pages. Additionally, it allows users to highlight any part of a webpage and attach sticky notes to specific highlights or to a whole page. These… Continue Reading →

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