Technology and education specialists must read this guy’s site. Very interesting.
Here is an article on using some new features in Google Docs. I have said it before and will say it again, if you don’t use Google Docs, you are missing out on one of the coolest free resources a teacher or student or anyone could ask for.
Larry Ferlazzo is a man I admire. He is dedicated and consistent and helps so many educators. Whenever I am feeling stumped for lesson ideas or new techniques or tools, I check out Larry’s blog.
Below is a link to his Best Technology Sites list. Thanks again Larry.
Here is a guide to the Google features that many people don’t know about. You still have a flash drive? You must not be using Google docs. You have a cell phone and a TomTom? You need to read this.
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Here is a link to an article on the importance of information literacy. Information literacy is the ability to navigate through the massive amount of information provided to us by search engines like Google. It is an essential skill that we are finding few people possess. It needs to be a c ore competency and as this article suggests, it is rarely emphasized as the essential skill that it is.