It’s time to start rounding up some new apps for the 2018 edition of the 12 Apps of Christmas.
The 12 Apps of Christmas presents an opportunity for students, educators, and educational support staff to learn about mobile apps that can be used to support teaching and learning in the classroom or online. On each day of the event, one app is presented along with a short activity to get participants using the app for an educational purpose. This year the 12 Apps of Christmas will run from December 3 to 18. Continue reading
The other day, we received a call requesting assistance. A student was completing an exam, but the exam timed out and she still had more to do. After contacting the instructor, she was allotted additional time. The question was how to provide extended time for exams without requiring the student to retake the exam.
Have you ever exceeded your Outlook email quota? Here is a strategy I have been using for over 15 years to manage and backup my email. Continue reading
According to Joey Coleman, creating and sending video messages are a great way to increase engagement and relations. Videos are also a great way to provide student feedback. It is quite easy to send video feedback with this new tool I found called ViewedIt. Continue reading
There are times when you need to create an interactive PDF document with hyperlinks and you do not want to pull out the big guns. Fortunately, you can create hyperlinks in a PDF using Canva. Let me share this quick technology hack I learned from Leah MacVie at a recent workshop at Canisius College. Continue reading