#12daystwitter #day3 Favorite Apps

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Have you joined the #12daystwitter challenge? There’s a theme for each day and all you need to do is post something related to that theme. Then follow the #12daystwiter hashtag on twitter and connect with […]

Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017

Jane Hart’s 2017 list of the Top 200 Tools for Learning was released today. This list was compiled with input from over 2,000 learning professionals from around the world. The list includes tools for personal & professional […]

Instagram Landing Pages

Does it make you nutsy when you want to know more about something really interesting on Instagram and the account’s profile link simply dumps you on the main page of a web site or blog, […]

Nearpod is launching 3D Virtual Field Trips

Nearpod is launching 3D Virtual Field Trips and also offering an opportunity to apply for classroom viewing kits. This Wall Street journal article, Virtual Reality Learns How to Get Into the Classroom, provides some interesting […]

Podcast Profile

Ever want to know what podcasts your friends are listening to? Or share your own favorites?  Podcast Profile is a simple way create a nice list of your podcasts, complete with cover art and links […]

ZEEF for Curation and Discovery

zeef: find information through people

While updating the Cool Tools for Schools lesson on Curation today, I ran across ZEEF, a curation platform that in some ways harkens back to early days of web directories like Yahoo’s subject guides and […]

Edshelf can save your bacon, now help #saveedshelf’s bacon!

One of my favorite tools, Edshelf, was slated to close down soon. But that was before the education community started to campaign to #saveedshelf.  This encouragement spurred Mike Lee, the brains behind Edshelf,  to start a kickstarter to help […]

Evernote Business Card Scanning

While updating my Productivity Tech Tools workshop this week, I ran across the new-ish business card scanning feature in Evernote. Very handy, though only available on iOS devices  at the moment, with promises of Android sometime. […]