Coloradans now have a new way to connect with their public library using the FindIT Colorado mobile app. The app,…
A set of resources for kids elementary through high school, educators, and adults for learning and teaching about Digital Literacy.
Zaption is a very useful web-tool that will allow you to add interactive elements, such as clarification statements, questions, and even drawings to online videos.
The FCC adopted the E-rate Modernization Order [pdf] on July 11, 2014, to expand broadband capacity for schools and libraries….
Today you will learn how to use Schoolbo and fostering literacy, numeracy, and language development through gamification.
It probably happened slowly. While you were busy with the demands of daily life, the world of technology grew around…
This week’s #TechTipTuesday is a year in review–a quick guide to the videos I have made since I started in July.
The FCC estimates that 53% of rural Americans do not have access to the Internet at speeds necessary to fully participate in the modern economy. By championing the cause of affordable rural broadband access, libraries can help their communities shape the advancements of tomorrow.
Learn about computer code at code.org, which has interactive coding activities for many levels of experience.
Google Docs Research tool lets you do quick searches and citations while you work on your document.
With the History Here app from the History Channel you use your mobile device to learn about nearby historic locations.
Easy ways to make your website more usable by more people.
Google Forms results can be overwhelming. Here are two ways to make them easier to analyze.
How to annotate PDFs, maps, websites and images on your mobile device using the free mark-up tool Skitch.
The Photomath app can solve printed math problems using your phone’s camera. It can help empower parents helping their kids with difficult math problems.