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Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Lessons Learned using VoiceThread for iPad

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Lessons Learned using VoiceThread for iPad | School Librarians | Scoop.it
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Infographics and charts - interactive data visualization | Infogr.am

Infographics and charts - interactive data visualization | Infogr.am | School Librarians | Scoop.it
Infogr.am is a super-simple tool for data visualization - creation of interactive infographics and charts...

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5 Student Projects That Just Might Transform City Life

5 Student Projects That Just Might Transform City Life | School Librarians | Scoop.it
These five projects show young people today are equipped to use technology to make the world a better place.

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Make-your-own-ebooks platform: Aerbook Maker

Make-your-own-ebooks platform: Aerbook Maker | School Librarians | Scoop.it

I’ve spent the past few months reporting on platforms that help school librarians make ebooks available to their patrons. But what about librarians and other educators who want to go beyond a read-only experience and enable their students to easily create, share—and even market—their very own slick, tablet-ready graphical ebooks and mobile apps? Enter Aerbook Maker.


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More than Words Can Say: Infographics

Good learning experiences ask students to investigate and make sense of the world. While there are many ways to do this, K–12 curriculum has traditionally skewed toward reading and writing to interpret and express students’ sensemaking. But there is another way. Infographics represent data and ideas visually, in pictures, engaging more parts o the brain to look at a problem from more than one angle.


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