Good morning from Maine where I’m home after a week of presenting at conferences in South Dakota and Texas. Thank you to all who came out to attend one of my workshops or keynotes. It’s truly a privilege to get to work with so many teachers, librarians, and school leaders. I very much appreciate the kind people who go out of their way to come say hello when I’m out at a conference. And it’s because of all of you that read this blog and share links from it that I’m able to speak at so many events throughout the course of the year. Thank you.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. VideoNotes – A Great Tool for Taking Notes While Watching Academic Videos
2. gClassfolders Version 2 Improves Google Drive File Management
3. How to Add Voice Comments to Google Documents
4. 5 Ways to Blow the Top Off of Rubrics
5. Lots of Answers to Common Google Apps Privacy & Security Questions
6. 5 Sites Students Can Explore to Learn About Career Options
7. Persistence – The Key to Successful Classroom Blogging
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