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Use your own Radiology research search engine

In the vast ocean of information that is available in the world wide web, the biggest job is filtering the search to content that would be useful to us. 115 more words

Custom Search Engine

My Own Google Custom Search Engine for EdTech

Google allows you to create your own custom search engine at https://www.google.com/cse. Click on the image below to visit the custom search engine I created for educational technology resources. 48 more words

Edtech

How to find free eBooks and read them on your Ipad.

I have recently bought an Ipad with Retina-display which I plan to use to read ebooks on holidays. But before I could start using it I needed a collection of eBooks and instructions on how to add eBooks to my Ipad. 686 more words

Custom Search Engine

How to find free eBooks for your Ipad / iBooks library.

I have recently bought an Ipad with Retina-display which I plan to use to read ebooks on holidays. But before I could start using it I needed a collection of eBooks and instructions on how to add eBooks to my Ipad. 685 more words

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Why I Established Google Custom Search For This Blog

You may have noticed that there has appeared a Google Custom Search link on the sidebar. I shall here explain the reasons for the establishment of a Google Custom Search engine for this blog. 107 more words

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netTrekker [Research]

netTrekker Search is the leading educational search tool for schools”, according to their website (Knovation, 2012). netTrekker is a customizable search engine that combines a dictionary, differentiated learning tools, online book marking, and media enhanced tools to keep students interested and engaged (as well as other plug-ins as needed with additional software). 529 more words

Technology Education

A Student Reflection

At my K-8 school, students are continuously building their own blogfolios. The blogfolios are cross-curricular and meant as tools to show student learning. So it was particularly gratifying to read one 4th grader’s post about a unit I recently taught on search techniques, Website evaluation, and… 14 more words

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