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Sunday, September 30, 2012

My Most Popular Ed Tech Posts of the Month

Good morning from rainy Maine where the cold, rain, and colorful leaves remove all doubt about which season we're in. It's the last day of the month and as I do every month I've compiled a list of the most popular posts of the month. Before jumping to the list I want to share some things to look for in October. In October I'll be completing updates to my Google Drive and Google Sites guides and I'll make versions of them available to download. Also in October I will be speaking at events in Ohio and Montana as well as giving virtual presentations for Florida State and Discovery. I'll share more about the Discovery event soon. And if you're interested in having me speak at your event, please click here.

Here are September's most popular posts:
1. A Free Complete Guide to Evernote
2. Updated 63 Page Guide to Google Drive & Docs
3. A Great Guide to Twitter in the Classroom
4. 7 Good Sources of Creative Writing Prompts
5. 12 Awesome EdTech Tools for 2012-2013
6. Infographics Explained With Legos
7. 7 Places to Find & Watch Documentaries Online
8. 17 Free Tools for Creating Screen Capture Images & Videos
9. Create & Edit Documents in Google Drive for iPad
10. Screen Leap - Share Your Screen in One Click


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