Posts Tagged 'tools'

Form+ adds more flexibility to your Google Forms

Use Google Forms for teaching? This handy tool can accept file uploads making it easier to organize student assignments. @FreeTechforteachers

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Alternatives to physical clickers in the classroom

Have a large class and want a tool to help you engage students and receive instant feedback about how students understand concepts you’re teaching? Already tried Clicker technology? Here’s an alternative. Get all the benefits of teaching with Clickers but use something more software based. @ETC blog

Good for what? Considering context in building learning objects

Context is key in guiding considerations on the creation of sequential tutorials. @Information Wants to be Free

Information literacy & improving user experience – is there a conflict?

Discovery services – the one-box search – may allow librarians to focus less on teaching tools and more on teaching concepts and processes. @Musings on Librarianship

Using Twitter to create an interactive information literacy lecture

Using Twitter in IL instruction Prezi. @Sussex Library

Google for remote tech / reference support

A free alternative: remote assistance via Google Hangouts’ Remote Desktop
@Distant Librarian

Organizing my research life [updated]

Want to find, store, organize, and access scholarly information in the safest and most efficient way possible? @Academic Librarian


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