Add clickable points inside any image to create interactivity and showcase depth of knowledge.
Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos.
When instructors link to an electronic resource through Moodle, odds go up that students will find and use these resources.
If the library owns an ebook available to unlimited users, why couldn’t it be used as an alternative to a print textbook?
During the summer months, I won’t be writing this blog twice a week as I do during the school year. So, I want to share with you this “dean’s list” of best blogs in higher education and ed tech, from EdTech Magazine. You’ll find a wide-range of topics and approaches to technology and higher education, […]
Teachers need “a place to access safe images that are available to be used in the classroom…” so check out Photos for Class!
“There are 3 immediate and obvious reasons that a librarian should be included on every faculty / non-faculty educator course development and teaching team…”
Finding out how others use the web to teach and learn provides great inspiration for course redesign.
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.