Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

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Good morning from Maine where before I get out to enjoy a beautiful autumn day I’m spending some time preparing for six days of presentations over the next few weeks. One of the events at which I will be speaking is still open for registration. If you’re in the Spokane, Washington area the Washington Library Media Association’s annual conference is taking place Thursday through Saturday next week. I will be speaking there on Thursday and Friday. There is a great line-up of speakers slated for every day of the conference. If you’re interested in having me speak at your school or conference, please click here for more information.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 5 Places to Find and Watch Documentaries Online
2. dotEPUB – Convert Any Document into an ePUB Document
3. What I’ve Learned from 5,000 Blog Posts
4. SnaPanda – Scan a Word, Get a Definition
5. PBS Teachers Research & Best Practices
6. Famigo – Find Family-Friendly Apps for Your Phone
7. Speak It – Text to Speech in Google Chrome

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