A recent survey’s results about faculty, students, technology and support.
Drafting a novel in a month is great training for perseverance and overcoming procrastination.
Discover Flickr’s “The Commons” for vintage images with no copyright restrictions.
A useful guide for locating public domain and creative commons media for your online projects.
Part two of a two-part article on using rhetorical analysis to improve the design of your digital creations.
In part one of a two-part article, review the basics of what rhetorical analysis is and how to use it to understand how others design communication.
Learn more about how the New Google Sites integrates with your Google Drive.
Whether it’s to provide a transcript for your instructional videos to assure their accessibility, or as part of an interview-based research project, this short video tip can help. In it, author Michelle Schira Hagerman illustrates how she uses a free Google Docs add on to automatically transcribe audio recordings. Pretty keen! Have you used any free tools […]
Want to know some slick tips and tricks for using all kinds of Google Apps? Check out the work of Alice Keeler, a teacher and certified Google ninja. She has both a website and a YouTube channel. Recent articles include topics such as: inserting text backgrounds in Google presentations assessing if using a digital tool […]