Week in Review – Home Again

Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. I’m home after 11 days on the road during which I spoke at four conferences. As I mentioned when I posted this picture on Instagram, I’m fortunate to be able to visit so many places, but it is always nice to be home and watching the view from my porch with my dogs. Yesterday, was the official first day of summer for those of us in the northern hemisphere. I’m looking forward to some summer fun and I hope that you are too. And for my friends in the southern hemisphere, I hope that the winter is good to you too.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 25,000 Images of Art That You Can Re-use for Free
2. WatchDoc – A Chrome Extension for Monitoring Google Docs Changes
3. MyStudyLife – A Student Planner on the Web and Windows 8
4. Create Multimedia Presentations and Quizzes in Edmodo
5. 372 Free Art History Books
6. Get Healthy With Google
7. 18 Google Earth & Maps Lessons for K-12

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