When students are collaborating and working on group projects or presentations, there is often the need to collect assets so they all wind up on one machine or in one online folder. In the “old” days, when students had a shared folder on a file server, they would each drop the files into this
Last month I posted about digital storytelling and provided you with links to some great resources. In addition, the Google+ Hangout about digital storytelling with Joe Brennan and Midge Frazel was a wealth of good information, too! You can find the resources discussed and a link to the Webinar on my digital storytelling page at http://www.schrockguide.net/digital-storytelling.html.
One of the perks of teaching for the Wilkes/Discovery Master’s program (besides the great students I come in contact with) is my access to the online library databases at Wilkes University. In library school, I still remember signing on to the ERIC databases, via an acoustic coupler, for a total of fifteen minutes of online
It always seems a bit odd to me that we set resolutions on January 1. I need some time to plan for the things I resolve to do for the next year. I decided to share these with you so you can start planning your tech resolutions for 2013 and be ready to go
One way to promote your district, school, or program or to advocate for increased funding or attention, is to create an infographic. An infographic is a way to capture your audience as you visually tell a story or clarify information. An infographic is defined as a visual representation of information. Movement.org created a page to
I have been developing quite a number of iPad workshops in the past few weeks, and I am amazed at the number of ways one can conduct assessments using the iPad. Of course, some apps have assessment components built-in, but I am talking about the online tools and apps that can be used to assess