Tag Archives: livebinders

The Writing on the Wall and Other Things They Took Away

Twitter for Educators Last week at the request of one of our teachers I led a collaborative session about using Twitter to create your PLN (Personal Learning Network). I’m an enthusiastic Twitter user and love sharing and receiving information. Twitter … Continue reading

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Organizing the Blogs you Read in Google Reader

I have created a Lunch and Learn LiveBinders that can be used by Technology Coaches or individual users to learn to use and organize the blogs they read using Google Reader. The steps, for beginners, are straightforward and I have included screenshots to … Continue reading

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LiveBinders Side View and Blogger Photo Error Message: Upload Failed

Today I created a LiveBinder about what to do if you suddenly find you can no longer upload photos into your Google Education Blogger account because you receive the message: Upload failed: Permission denied.  Follow this link to the LiveBinder if … Continue reading

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How Does Your Google Form Look on a SmartPhone?

A great way to get students to quickly take a survey at your school is to post a QR code in your classroom, gym, or library. They can scan the code and quickly get to the survey. I’ve created a QR … Continue reading

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LiveBinders

LiveBinders can be used by anyone who wants to organize a site around a certain subject. For timid users who want to begin to use a bit more technology in their classroom, without the fear of being overwhelmed, LiveBinders might be … Continue reading

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