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Ten things I wish I knew when I started playing Pokémon GO

”I’ve been playing Pokémon GO pretty hardcore now for the past 48 hours or so, at least whenever the servers have decided to work,” Paul Tassi writes for Forbes. 435 more words


You Need to Know This Google Docs Research Tip

Google Docs is a great platform for student collaboration, writing, and teacher feedback.  It is what my students use for all of their written compositions as it is used in Google Classroom.   98 more words


iPhone users: Pokémon GO can spy on your entire Google account

”iPhone users of Pokemon GO, beware: the app has access to your entire Google account. That’s a major problem for fans of the game. Shockingly, there’s no warning about the extensive permissions either,” Thomas Fox-Brewster reports for Forbes. 479 more words


It's okay, I was already getting more into Google Docs

Well. Seems Evernote has crossed the Rubicon of getting their users to pay for services. They’ve limited Basic users to only two devices.

Yeah, see, they think this is the way to “encourage” their Basic users to pony up, but in my case, it’s actually more of a way to make me stop using the service altogether.

Shooting My Mouth Off

SLIDE into Accessibility: 5 Tips for Making Learning Materials Work for Everyone

At this year’s ISTE conference, I was on a panel focusing on accessible educational materials (AEM). The panel was one of the activities sponsored by the ISTE Inclusive Learning Network, of which I am the Professional Learning Chair. 715 more words


Tracked in Google Docs

A couple weeks back, I did a feature about Evernote and how I can’t live without its organization and ease of use. But the story isn’t complete without a feature on my other love: Google Docs. 116 more words


#WriteTip: The Power of Google Docs

If one is to write a novel, one ought to have a solid word processor. Actually, that’s not quite what this blog post is about. I’ll get to the Word Processor of the Gods another day. 1,367 more words