Saturday, June 23, 2012

The Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good morning from Maine where the hot and muggy weather confirms that summer has fully arrived. This week Free Technology for Teachers crossed over the 47,000 subscriber mark. Thank you for continuing to read and share my posts even as many of you are on summer vacation now. If you are on summer vacation, I hope that you're enjoying it.

Speaking of summer vacation, for many educators the annual ISTE conference is a summer highlight. ISTE 2012 kicks-off this weekend. I had planned to go, but my summer schedule just got too busy to go. If you're there now, please share your learning on Twitter with the hashtag #ISTE12 so those of us not able to attend can learn a bit from your experience.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. 110 Page Guide to Publishing With iBooks Author
2. 5 Sources of Free Sound Effects and Music
3. Three Free Tools for Creating Infographics
4. K12 Guide to Going Google
5. 8 Resources for Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism
6. Quickly Gauge Your Students' Understanding with Understoodit
7. Web Search Strategies in Plain English

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