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Tag Archives: Technology
Last night I came back from ISTE 2014 in Atlanta. As ISTE always is, it’s empowering, inspiring, overwhelming, and exhausting. This year, I had the privilege of becoming a board member of the ISTE Independent School Educators Network (new twitter … Continue reading
A great infographic about the future and technology courtesy of the NY Times A Vision of the Future From Those Likely to Invent It – NYTimes.com.
Open Culture has announced that the Getty Museum has published an additional 77,000 images to its Open Content Archive! The Getty Museum’s Open Content Archive is a repository of images that the museum has placed in the Public Domain. More than 87,000 high … Continue reading
The PEW Research center has recently published a new interactive map that highlights global indicators drawn from their database. Examine how the world’s opinion of President Barack Obama has changed over his presidency or the world’s opinion of China. The … Continue reading
Did you get a fancy new iPad for Christmas or have one that you want to harness for a little more power? Here are five skills that everyone should learn to maximize their iPad: Cloud sync your Calendar – The … Continue reading
The Vatican and Bodlein Libraries, in conjunction with a grant from the Polonsky Foundation, have gone digital. Now instead of booking a reservation with the librarians and hopping on a plane to Italy or England, patrons can simply log on … Continue reading
The next conference I am attending is by Sam Bruzzese (you can check out his blog here). If you would like to see the notes for his talk, check out the link here. I’m excited to hear more information about providing … Continue reading