My Teacher Librarian Gave to Me...

16 Days of Useful EdTech and Library Tools

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Here are 16 EdTech/Library resources for you... one for each day of our break. I hope your holidays are awesome. See you next year!

(Thanks to BiblioNasium and Shannon Miller for this idea)

1 - Learners TV

Video Lectures, Video Courses, Science Animations, Lecture Notes, Online Test, Lecture Presentations. Absolutely FREE.

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Clutter-free YouTube interface:

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3 - AllMyFaves

Quick, visual links to the most popular websites by category.

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4 - Evernote for Teachers

Evernote is a powerful tool for organizing and sharing notes, pictures, links, and more all in one place. If you are a former user, check it out again. The updated website and apps are pretty sweet.

Click here to register for your Evernote Account

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5 - Have Fun With - "A resource for students, educators and all lovers of American History"

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6 - Teach Parents (anybody) Tech

This is a collection of videos from some Google developers. You can send customized messages to your friends that may need some computer help.

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Create awesome-looking presentations with this free site.

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Use this site to create your own infographics.

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One more infographic creation site.

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10 - Pinstamatic

This site will give you some supercharged pinning options for your Pinterest account.

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11 - PicMonkey

This is an awsome web-based imaged editor. Check it out.

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12 - Canva

This is a cool new site for designing a variety of products like cards, posters, and more for both print and the web. You might have to request an invite, but mine came quickly.

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13 - Haikudeck

Haikudeck has been a popular presetnation-creation app on the iPad for a while. They now offer the option to create in a web browser.

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14 - Flipboard

If you have a smart phone or tablet check your app store for Flipboard. It is an awesome way to find, read, and share tons of great content from Twitter and many more sources.

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15 - Pocket

Use Pocket to save articles and websites to read later (with or without Internet connection). It's a cool way to collect and organize content you stumble across every day.

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16 - MentorMob

Create learning "playlists" with MentorMob.

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Happy Christmas!