- kiddle, kidrex, search engines for kids?
- Snipping Tool for screenshots
- Notes.io: Quick Notetaking Tool
- Tech Tools for the Love of Reading
- GoGooligans?? A no go.
- Workshop Idea: Libraries as Learning Spaces – Maybe?
- Free Mini READ Poster Generator from ALA
- Snapdrop for Easy File Sharing
- Screenast-o-matic – Animated gifs
- Cool Tools for School 2016-2017
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Category Archives: Reading
This weekend I have the pleasure of spending time with a group of terrific school librarians at the Carey Institute for Global Good in Rensselaerville, NY. It’s a wonderful location to get away from everything and spend some time learning, sharing … Continue reading
In the past months, many organizations have published lists of YA and kids books focused on diversity, understanding the immigrant experience and developing empathy. For a project I’m working on, I merged a selection of these lists (see below) and … Continue reading
Thanks Obama! Recently, the NYTimes published two wonderful pieces sharing how important reading has always been to President Obama. Obama’s Secret to Surviving the White House Years: Books Transcript: President Obama on What Books Mean to Him In the interview … Continue reading
BookRiot has posted it’s 3rd annual Read Harder Challenge. A list of 24 reading tasks to challenge you through the year. Read a book for each task or use a single book to meet multiple challenges. There’s a GoodReads group … Continue reading
One of the many fun projects that I have the privilege of working on is the New York State Summer Reading program website. We’ve been working on some redesigning, which is always a work in progress, and also lots of … Continue reading
Terese Brennan put together a terrific “The Fault in Our Stars” readalikes resource making clever use of two free tools – SoundCloud and Thinglink. Terese used SoundCloud to record short book teasers for readalike books that were in the school … Continue reading