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Flipgrid: Exciting updates from ISTE

Every 45 seconds of every minute of the 2018/2019 school year, a new educator signed up for Flipgrid. During the past school year, kids shared 24 billion seconds of Flipgrid video. The student voice and video discussion tool is currently used in 180 countries by millions of students, educators, and families. Earlier this week at […]

The Noun Project, impressively integrated

The Noun Project and I go way back.  It’s been my go-to icon-finder for creating infographics and presentations and for online course building. Launched as a Kickstarter in 2010, the site catalogs a huge array of symbols (over a million!) created by designers around the world. Artists agree to select either a public domain mark or a […]

New tricks for academics

I am kind of excited about the changes I’ve been noticing in academic search. Subscription databases rock, no question about that. And they will likely be the best starting point for the full-text needs of scholars young and old. But new academic search options are appearing as real players, reaching beyond search as location and […]

Microsoft’s Office 365 now free to schools

It’s the one-year anniversary of Office 365 and Microsoft’s VP for Education, Anthony Salcito just released some big news in his blog: Starting today, Microsoft Office 365 for Education is available, providing the world’s best productivity, communications and collaboration experiences to schools at no cost. Office 365 for education is a cloud-based suite that includes […]