Category Archives: tools

Jauntful: Create your own travel guides

Jauntful is a great new tool for creating and sharing your own personalized travel guides. Create a guide to share your favorite places with friends. Create one for an upcoming trip with spots you don’t want to miss. Create a … Continue reading

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Evernote gets even better!

Wow, the new Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome that was released last week is beyond terrific! I loved the old clipper, but this incorporates the best of the Clipper, Clearly and Skitch all in one easy to use panel. This really streamlines … Continue reading

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Haiku Deck for Great Presentations

Haiku Deck is the simple new way to create stunning presentations – whether you are pitching an idea, teaching a lesson, telling a story, or igniting a movement, it’s fast, fun and simple for anyone to use. I know, I … Continue reading

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Pinterest: curation, image sharing, collaborating, bookmarking & obsession

Like so many other folks, I’m having a lot of fun with Pinterest. When it released invitations last spring, I grabbed one and included it in my school library workshops as a way for students to gather images and curate … Continue reading

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iDoneThis

Will I ever catch up and finish this challenge before it’s over? Day 10 of #blog12daysxmas was 2 days ago. I think the challenge is probably over in Australia, since it’s already Day 12 there! A quick post then. iDoneThis … Continue reading

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Sharing with Evernote public folders

I’m a day or two behind, but I’m catching up – this is for Day 6 of #blog12daysxmas! Evernote is one of several tools that help keep me organized. And that’s saying a lot. In 1977, I applied to library … Continue reading

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