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Free Technology for Teachers: How Not to Cite an Image

Free Technology for Teachers: How Not to Cite an Image | techie stuff | Scoop.it
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As I'm working on digital citizenship lessons, this is a great thing to do/use.  Even though I taught my students how to site images and sources, I still saw things like, "Photo Courtesy of ..."

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Free Technology for Teachers: OpenStudy Launches a Mobile App for Making Studying Social

Free Technology for Teachers: OpenStudy Launches a Mobile App for Making Studying Social | techie stuff | Scoop.it
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OpenStudy is a free service that allows students to create online study groups. Students can create groups to share notes and ask each other questions. OpenStudy currently claims more than one million users. MIT OpenCourseWare has named OpenStudy its official study help partner. Last week OpenStudy released an iOS appfor students to use to participate in study groups on the go.

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Free Technology for Teachers: OpenStudy Launches a Mobile App for Making Studying Social

Free Technology for Teachers: OpenStudy Launches a Mobile App for Making Studying Social | techie stuff | Scoop.it
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OpenStudy is a free service that allows students to create online study groups. Students can create groups to share notes and ask each other questions. OpenStudy currently claims more than one million users. MIT OpenCourseWare has named OpenStudy its official study help partner. Last week OpenStudy released an iOS appfor students to use to participate in study groups on the go.

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eduCanon: interactive video. unleashed.

eduCanon: interactive video. unleashed. | techie stuff | Scoop.it
Flipped and Blended Interactive Video Learning Platform

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Michael Mendez's curator insight, March 19, 2014 4:54 PM

This website is a great tool for those teachers that want to assign a youtube, vimeo, or teachertube video to their students to watch. The neat part about it is that you can insert questions into the video and have the students answer them as they go. Educanon saves their responses so that you can see if they watched it all the way through and answered the questions.