Tower of Power: Sussex Avenue School Students Demolish Reading Challenge | Morristown, NJ Patch http://t.co/i9RVZ9USa4
RT @wowscotland: On an #Outlander tour at #Culloden - good times! http://t.co/O5O0qXQ19r
Girls like digital media while boys prefer print, finds study on reading habits http://t.co/6jHKF6OSVn | I was surprised by this
Flipped Instruction: 5 Questions to Ask About Equity http://t.co/MQNejIDoLE| thoughtful post
web based and chrome app that allows you to sketch drawings for animations
types of video projects
good article on which 1:1 device to choose
keyboard shortcuts for Google
RT @edutopia: It's every digital citizen's job to THINK. http://t.co/dDyo7plrjo
" can create an offline archive of the information in your Google Drive, Gmail, Google Calendar, Photos, Books, and many other Google Services. To do so just visit Google Takeout and select the service(s) you want to archive."
"a service for quickly converting documents and sharing them with others. Cometdocs will convert your documents to and from Word, PDF, and Excel. When you use Cometdocs to convert a document you can share directly with others via email. After converting your documents Cometdocs also gives you a public URL that you can post for others to use to download your document."
animation creation sites that will work with any device
creating a rubric in google sheets
"Online Rubric is a Google Spreadsheets Add-on that enables to you create rubrics, enter scores, and email scores to students all from one place. Online Rubric provides very clear instructions for each step of the processes of creating a roster sheet, creating a rubric, and emailing grades to students."
Richard Byrne post on Canva. This site "launched an education page full of lesson plans built around the idea of getting students to think and express themselves creatively through visual design. Since the launch Canva has added more lesson plans and more design tutorials to their education page."
"The purpose of NJ Statewide Diversity Resources Online is to provide a dynamic place where libraries can find and share diversity resources and programs. We are offering a one-stop shop for issues pertaining to diversity in our professional and personal lives, as well as the daily lives of the people in our communities. Active participation of the library community will enhance our services and enrich our workforce. All library staff of the New Jersey library community are encouraged to contribute content."
list of story prompts