February 8, 2014 Creators enrich the web with their creations but without licensing others to use and in some cases add up to that work, innovation will never develop. This is where the importance of...
I instantly thought about crafting a poster to share with all of you here. I went through my archive and sifted through several posts I published in the past and finally after a lot of deliberation I settled on the skills outlined in the visual below.
I invite you to have a look and probably print off and use it in your classroom with your students. The visual is free for anyone to use and download provided that you do not charge people for it and you credit back Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Enjoy
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