Monthly Archives: April 2012

Google Drive

We have a new kid on the block. Besides Box, Cloud Drive, Dropbox, iDrive, and Skydrive,  Google is now offering its cloud storage service. Google Drive is freemium service, which replaces Google Docs, allows you to store files and access … Continue reading

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The History of Learning Tools

This is a great infographic created by CTU and shared by Jeff Dunn at Edudemic. The infographic gives an overview of the history of learning tools used by teachers and students over the years. A pdf version of the infographic … Continue reading

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Free Plagiarism Tools for Teachers

With the emergence of the digital revolution, students can easily plagiarize and cheat. Information can be found on nearly any topic, and students can copy and paste the information into their papers and assignments using Internet search engines, DVD-based reference … Continue reading

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