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Category Archives: Tech Tips
As I posted earlier, I had the privilege of attending the ATIA conference last week. I learned a ton! One of the most high-impact takeaways is that Google has a really good and simple to use OCR product. OCR stands … Continue reading
This is a really brief video from the Google EDU in 90 team on how to differentiate and personalize learning using Google Classroom. There are powerful and simple to use ideas in this two and a half minute video. I … Continue reading
It looks like Google is getting more serious about removing the old version of Sites. Here’s the latest update from them. It sounds like Google will be giving our technology team a preview of the tools that will be used … Continue reading
I’m guessing that most people know that Read and Write had a builtin speech to text tool called — Talk&Type. Even if you know about this tool, I strongly recommend watching this 5 minute tutorial on how to use it. This … Continue reading
Google has setup a great resource for using Google Classroom — the Classroom Hub. There are tons of great videos and other resources (PDFs) located here for all levels of users– beginners to advanced users. So, whether you are just … Continue reading
I was delighted to hear that a lot of the learning that happened on last Monday’s PL day involved the use of Read and Write for Google. I’m thrilled that this tool is getting used in this setting. My hope … Continue reading
Adobe Flash is a program that was used by many web developers to create animations, games, and images in websites. It’s an old program and has many problems related to security and efficiency. In fact, before he died, Steve Jobs … Continue reading
It has come to our attention that today is the day when leading organizations in the technology industry offer exclusive deals to savvy shoppers, perceptive purchasers, and cunning clientele. All alliteration aside (ah! I did it again!), the technology team … Continue reading
Security is a big deal in the IT world. While my team is doing everything we can to ensure that our hardware and software is secure, the most difficult piece of any IT enterprise to secure are the human beings. … Continue reading