If you use Google Forms in your classroom and you wish you could put a time limit on your form, Richard Byrne has the answer. Read this article on his blog to learn how to put a time limit on a Google Form.
Looking for a chance to tweet with your peers?
These Twitter chats should help!
This article offers ideas and solutions so you can be accessible without handing over your personal info.
Others have pooh-poohed Learnist, but I think it could gain momentum and become a valuable tool in the classrooms.
While I am a fan of Google Calendar for my classes, a fellow blogger turned me on to this handy tool as a way to make lesson planning easier.
If you are
not using Edmodo or Schoolnet for your lesson plans, this may be a viable alternative:
Planboard allows you to color code and arrange your classes in an easy to view and manage format that I find appealing. You can share classes, lessons, and attachments with students and there’s even an iPad app!
Well, we can still do it as often as we like thanks to those awesome interwebs!
We have created a Professional community for DPS librarians on Google+ where we can all share resources, ask questions, and share advocacy ideas.
“WOW! That’s awesome, Sudi! How do I sign up,” you say? Well, it’s easy!
1. Sign in to your DPS Google account at googlemail.dpsk12.net.
2. Click on this link.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Are you on Pinterest?
If so, here’s a list for you:
Online Universities has posted a list of the best education-related Pinterest boards on the net. You can se them here: http://www.onlineuniversities.com/blog/2012/09/the-25-best-pinterest-boards-edtech/
and if you’d like another education, library-related, and/or library advocacy board to follow, you can find me on Pinterest too: http://pinterest.com/sudihope/