Education Technology Archive
Scrivener was developed for novelists, but has come to be adopted by many scholars. I’ve been using it to draft my dissertation, and found my productivity shoot up immediately after switching to it. I attribute that to the following features: Each project is a file system, instead of being a single document. This is the
Google Docs is such an incredible tool for college students, offering collaboration, portability, ease of use, and widespread acceptance – a must for students in online colleges for online marketing, for instance. But there are so many options, both hidden and obvious, that there’s a good chance you’re not using Google Docs to its fullest capability.
Remember a time when the small blue Internet Explorer logo on your computer taskbar used to be the face of the World Wide Web even though it was just a browser? Yeah, I do too, but clearly we’ve come a long way since then. Now we have many other browsers to choose from. Roughly, 51.8%
Being a scholar entails doing a lot of research, readings, and writing of papers. Thankfully, technology can be of tremendous help in the research process. There are a wide variety of web tools and mobile applications that facilitate researchers work and help them communicate and collaborate with the research community and easily share and disseminate
A wide range of technologies are bringing newer and better options for providing differentiated instruction. Not only does technology provide support to teachers to bring flexibility and choice to students, it also enables learning for individual students with a range of differences in their learning abilities. Students with difficulty in hearing, speaking, moving, reading, writing,
Here is what you will get to learn from these tips: Know how to add subtitles and closed captions to your videos Add and edit annotations use enhancement features to improve your videos How to use YouTube video editor to combine, trim, add music and customize your clips How to search YouTube library for copyright-free
1. Help students understand No matter the grade level, let students know right away exactly why you need them immediately responsive when you signal for the class to be quiet. Visualize the impact somehow–lost learning, future earnings potential, lowered intelligence each generation, which makes makes it harder on their great-great-great grandchildren, etc. (That’s obviously sarcastic–don’t