Tag: Web 2.0

Got Google Slides Game?

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I am a Google Slides fangirl. I use it for everything when I am teaching from created hyperdocs (more about them later), posters, stickers, and so much more. Slides is more than it appears to be.

Digital Escape Rooms

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Digital escape rooms bring the excitement of hunting for clues and the joy of solving puzzles right to your student’s devices.

Upgrading the Booktalk

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Booktalking is a standard librarian activity and there are so many different ways to do it and I have done quite a few of them.  At the Middle School/High School… Read more »

Gamification in the Library

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There are so many ways to gamifiy your library and some of my favorite ways to do this include several relatively new tools.  I like to use scavenger hunts, QR… Read more »

Google Classroom: Share to the Classroom

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I was very excited about Google Classroom when it first came out and was one of the few that got access pretty early on.  My Tech coordinator was intrigued as… Read more »

EasyBib & Google Addons

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  EasyBib is a great app and it has recently been included in Google Docs Addons.  Addons are a recent addition to Google Docs and a great one.  I can… Read more »

Marketing & CCLS

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Although the Common Core is here to stay at least for now it is more important that every for librarians to continue to market themselves.  We have Common Core and… Read more »

HTML & CSS CodeAcademy

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Students are always asking me how to code HTML and CSS.  In the past there are very few places to send them to go step by step in understanding how… Read more »

Meograph: Timeline Creator

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Timelines are a staple in social studies and ela.  They help students keep track of dates and facts.  I have been searching for a good online-timeline creator for a while…. Read more »

Livebinders

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Quite awhile ago I talked about how I found the livebinders site a bit clunky.  Well I must revise my statement because the site has worked very well for several… Read more »