Showing posts with label Two Ed Tech Guys. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Two Ed Tech Guys. Show all posts

Thursday, September 30, 2021

ICYMI - Two Ed Tech Guys Webinar Recording

Last week Rushton Hurley and I hosted the second episode of the new season of Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff. If you missed it, the recording can be watched here and all of the links/ resources from the session can be found here

The next live session of Two Ed Tech Guys Take Question and Share Cool Stuff will be next Thursday (October 7th) at 4pm ET/ 1pm PT. You can register to join us right here!



We welcome everyone to join us for the live session. We'll answer any live questions as well as questions submitted in advance. You can send us your questions in advance via email or through the Next Vista for Learning contact form.

Saturday, May 22, 2021

ICYMI - Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions & Share Cool Stuff - Episode 37

Earlier this week Rushton Hurley and I hosted the 37th episode of Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff. It was our last episode of this school year. We'll be back at the start of the next school year. In the meantime, if you missed this week's episode or any other episode, you can watch it right here

Highlights of this week's episode: 

  • A cool tool for hosting online brainstorming sessions. 
  • A neat art project. 
  • Ideas for recording and adding audio to slides. 
  • Alternatives to Google Calendar. 
  • Unusual things that can be patented. 
The episode is embedded below. 



All of the episode recordings are also available on Rushton's YouTube channel.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

Webinar Recording - Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff - Episode 34

On Thursday afternoon Rushton Hurley from Next Vista for Learning and I co-hosted the 34th episode of Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff. It was another fun half-hour of answering all kinds of questions. We also shared a couple of cool tools including one that isn't available right now, but at the current pace of AI development it might be available in the not-too-distant future. The recording of the episode along with the slides can seen here or as embedded below.

Some of the questions that we answered in this episode included batch export of Google Photos, alternatives to Smart Notebooks, ideas for using Jamboard and Wizer.me, recording videos, and developing your own mobile apps.


This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Sites that steal my (Richard Byrne's) work include CloudComputin , 711Web, and Today Headline.