Check out Blabberize a cool tech tool you can use. You find or upload a picture you want to use, draw a mouth on the face, and record your audio. Play it back to check it out and then share it with your friends!
Kindles have been in circulation at the library since Friday. As of today, all 17 Kindles are out in the hands of students. We have one student who is waiting for someone to return their Kindle so she can borrow one–I expect that the longest she’ll have to wait is Friday. I’m pleased to report […]
You may already use EasyBib to generate your citations for course projects. Now, they have a feature called EasyBib Research that allows you to search your topic and find the items that are most-cited by other researchers. The tagline is “Research goes Social.” I did a sample search for one of our graduation project topics, […]
Our $79 kindles arrived last Thursday. We spent Friday and Monday preparing them for circulation including adding public domain books to the archived items available. We bought the most basic version, including special offers, primarily because most students who are borrowing them won’t be making notes so the keyboard isn’t necessary. I think for my […]
I first read about teachers “flipping” their classrooms last spring. A week or so ago, there was an email I received that invited teachers to participate in a webinar about how and why to flip instruction. I shared it with the teachers at WAHS and a few of them were interested enough to either learn […]