5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics Professional infographic designers rely primarily on a core vector graphics software program to create their infographics designs. The main advantage is that all the icons, charts, images, illustrations, and data visualizations are treated as separate objects that can be easily moved, resized, overlapped, and rotated. No matter where you create the individual design elements, the final infographic design is usually put together in a vector graphics program. Creating infographics using online tools has never been easier. Google Drive One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Google Drive Send students to the same website with Share to Classroom Chrome extension Today, we’re launching a new Chrome extension for Classroom called Share to Classroom. This extension makes it easy for teachers to send all of their students to the same website during class. Once the extension is installed, a teacher can simply open a website and “push” it to his or her students, triggering that website to open on the students’ devices as well. (It also works the other way—students can “push” websites to their teachers.)
WordPoints — WordPress Plugins Features This plugin lets you create one or multiple types of points which you can use to reward your users by "hooking into" different user actions. It also includes a Ranks component, which lets you create ranks for your users based on how many points they have. The Kobo Glo is Now Discontinued The Kobo Glo was originally launched in September 2012 and did quite well in North America and Europe. In recent years this e-reader was a bridge to overseas markets and sold all over the world. The Glo is now officially discontinued. The main Kobo website now brings users to a 404 page when they try and purchase this low cost e-reader. This is the same thing that has occurred in the past when the Canadian based company discontinued the Kobo Mini. Kobo currently has two openings in their product portfolio and they are actively developing the next generation of e-readers.
Annotating PDF Docs with Diigo – A Tutorial Annotating PDF Docs with Diigo – A Tutorial There are two different methods with which you can annotate a PDF doc with Diigo. (If you don’t want to read the tutorial, try the PDF annotation feature directly.) Mehtod 1: Annotate a PDF doc by first uploading it to the Diigo website EPUB Lightweight Content Protection: Use Cases & Requirements Prepared for IDPF by Bill Rosenblatt, GiantSteps Media Technology Strategies (edited by IDPF mgmt.) Publication Date: May 18, 2012 Introduction This document is an initial statement of requirements for a potential “lightweight content protection” technology for EPUB®3 (“EPUB LCP”) for review and comment by IDPF members and other interested parties. For additional background and information on the review process, see: idpf.org/lcp_draft_reqs_announce.
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Gathering Text from the WWW – Making it Short and Sweet – WorkFlowy Blog This is a guest post by Frank Degenaar, author of the book,“Do Way, Way More in WorkFlowy”. Wouldn’t it be perfect if we could highlight just the snippets of an article we wanted and then harvest them all in one go, ready to slot into a WorkFlowy outline? Less work. Less fuss. I think WorkFlowy is more about doing and less about hoarding.