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Coding Part II: Radfems

Hi there!  Read Part I of my coding journey here and get the chrome extension here!

Part of what reignited my desire to code was a project I did in December 2016 called… 1,894 more words


Module 6 - UDL

The students I teach are grades 9-12 and are in my Algebra 2 and STEM Classes (Robotics, Coding & Gaming, AP Computer Science).  We are 1-1 Chromebooks at my high school, so I have focus on Chrome Apps and Extensions.   1,015 more words


On The Chromebook: Google Cloud Print

Google likes to promote their cloud services and specifically the ability to work on artifacts in real-time that reflect real-time changes. However, there are still times when hard copies of artifacts are needed and Google recognizes this. 447 more words

Google Apps

How a browser extension could shake up #AcademicPublishing (#Unpaywall) #OpenAccessButton

Open-access advocates have had several successes in the past few weeks. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation started its own open-access publishing platform, which the European Commission… 215 more words

Open Access

Camp NaNoWriMo and Finding the Time to Write

I’ve had a project in the works for quite a few years now, a by-product of a trip to the UK with my sons to meet their father in Kensington. 282 more words


On The Chromebook: Share to Classroom Extension

The Share to Classroom extension for Google Chrome can perform several helpful tasks. Most users use it as a shortcut to open Google Classroom, but there is more to this extension than meets the eye. 748 more words

Google Apps