The Week In Review

This week was a busy one. This week I presented at the iPad Summit in Boston and conducted a few webinars. Thank you to all who came to my in-person or virtual presentations.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Two Browser-based Noise Meters That Show Students How Loudly They Speak
2. Three Places to Find and Download Public Domain Video Footage
3. Poetica – Edit Documents Online as if You Were Writing on Paper
4. Create, Integrate, Demonstrate – #ETTiPad
5. 5 Things to Check When a Website Doesn’t Work the Way You Expect
6. A Video Guide to Common Fallacies
7. Zaption Launches a Free iPad for Distributing Video-based Quizzes

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Starting on November 24th I’ll be offering another section of my Practical Ed Tech webinar series Getting Ready for GAFE. This webinar series has a graduate credit option, click here to learn more about it. 8 seats are left.

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