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Suites ofimáticas disponibles para dispositivos Android

Es interesante como la utilización de suites ofimáticas ha cambiado durante los últimos meses, ahora que ya se encuentra disponible Office para Android definitivamente que la carrera por dominar esta área se vuelve muy interesante, ya que las estrategias de Microsoft me parecen muy inteligentes, y ahora podemos encontrar esta famosa suite donde sea que nos encontremos y en casi cualquier sistema operativo, lo mismo sucede con los famosos paquetes de Google docs, así que encontramos por doquier suites ofimáticas disponibles para Android. 176 more words


Three Management Tools to Help Students Succeed

Many students get overwhelmed with the amount of readings required in each course. If you’re a graduate student putting together your literature review and/or dissertation proposal, organization is crucial. 244 more words


New Arrivals and EAL iPad Program – Lesson 2: Words, Spelling and Story

In this lesson I wanted to continue on with the skills the students were developing using Google Docs and working collaboratively.

Again, a very simple premise but one that, 126 more words


Google Drive tips

Response notifications
When exporting Google form responses to a Google Sheet, tools > notifications allows you to set whether or not you want to receive an email every time someone submits a new response or a daily digest of new responses. 63 more words

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Free Software for (Less-Expensive) Academic Success

People often ask me if I know of any free software options. I love the challenge of trying to keep track of all that is new in the realm of device-based productivity. 544 more words

Mystery Skype video messages

Teaching in Australia, means that our time zone makes it one of the hardest to connect synchronously with others.

A request via Skype in the Classroom… 388 more words


3 Keys to Global Instructional Design

Instructional Design is defined as: The process by which instruction is improved through the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of learning materials. Students across the United States want to know each day at school, “When will we ever use this?” and “Why do we have to know this?” They’re both age-old questions, to say the least, and I think it is about time that we empower students to have more flexibility when it comes to their own learning. 1,008 more words