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If you’ve been using Dropbox for a while, you may not have noticed that a whole ecosystem of applications have been built up to use the service. Over time, these apps have sprung up to fill all of the little holes Dropbox left unfilled. There are apps now for just about everything. It’s possible to sync Google Docs to Dropbox, automatically send Gmail attachments to Dropbox, play music in a browser from your Dropbox music files, encrypt your Dropbox, easily host a website or blog in Dropbox, collect URLs and web clippings to Dropbox and to automate file syncs between all of your social networks and Dropbox. You can even view all of your Dropbox files alongside your Google Docs, Box files and FTP files in the one web interface.

10+ Best Apps For Your Dropbox

10+ Best Apps For Your Dropbox
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Organization « Hot Chocolate and Cupcakes What a great visual way to see who has turned in work… Mrs. Clark uses this “gadget” as way to visually see which students have turned in their work and which students have not. Organization « Hot Chocolate and Cupcakes
Medical Animation Library

Medical Animation Library

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I live in a smallish condo, so I love these kinds of creative hacks. Two of my favorite and easy hacks: 1.

Top 10 Creative Ways to Store Your Stuff

Top 10 Creative Ways to Store Your Stuff
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My 5 Favorite Tablet PC Tips for Educators With all the growing interest in tablet-based computing in schools, I thought it would be timely to share once again “My 5 Favorite Tablet PC Tips for Educators”. These are simple ways you can use a digital pen to support your teaching – especially in math and science, where diagrammatic discussions are key. I also include a tip at the end for using your existing laptop to take advantage of the power of digital ink…

My 5 Favorite Tablet PC Tips for Educators

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Pamela Crossley is author of the influential new history of modern China, The Wobbling Pivot. She has taught history at Dartmouth College since 1985. She is a specialist on the history of the Qing empire, but has also written extensively on modern China, the Liao dynasty, Mongol history and global history.

The Faculty Project

The Faculty Project
IMPORTANT: Bring Your Laptop! As previously taught at a Lunch N' Learn, passwords are very important tools that need to be elaborate and at the forefront of an educators mind. Over the last week, Heartbleed, has become a household name.

iPaddiction

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Using Fields in Word First of all, let's get one thing straight: we are not talking about farmer's fields. This tutorial is about making a word document or template that has pre-written text and areas that the user can edit. They can edit these areas either by typing in their own text, such as in a cloze activity, or choosing from a list of possible answers.

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Twitter App (free) Twitter is one of the most active and beneficial social networks on the web. All educators would be wise to join the conversation. If you haven’t used Twitter yet, I would recommend that you read these excellent blog posts: http://primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au/2011/04/04/top-10-twitter-tips/ Google Voice (free)

The Must-Have Guide To Helping Technophobic Educators

The following is the third in a set of 7 ‘ The Future of Education ‘ articles. It is written by Dr. Abir Qasem , an Assistant Professor of Computer Science, and Director of Academic Computing at Bridgewater College and Tanya Gupta who has worked on technology and economic development.
Add content Choose study mode Select the number of cards StudyBlue testing StudyBlue is a great virtual learning tool in creating flashcards for an efficient and effective review session. It’s capable of increasing your retention skills by creating cards with embed pictures, texts, and recorded speech. Lexdis - Ideas for e-Learning
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