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App of the Week: eduClipper

EduClipper Clip anything. Share everything! by Patricia Cooper   Educlipper is a tool that allows teachers and students […]

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App of the Week: PixiClip

  Have you shied away from creating a screencast to use in your classroom because you think it’s […]

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App of the Week: Green Screen Movie FX

The Green Screen Movie FX app     Do you want to take your video projects to another […]

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App of the Week: Anatomy 4D

  App:  Anatomy 4D Platform: iOS or Android Cost:  Free This one for the Science community or anyone […]

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App of the Week: Storehouse

App of the Week: Storehouse/ Visual Storytelling   IPads and iPhones are here to stay. Educational intuitions, both […]

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App of the Week: iTunes U

    iTunes U app As a professor, have you ever considered sharing your lectures worldwide? Or as […]

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App of the week – Magisto

If you are staying away from using your smart devices to create movies because you think the process […]

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2014 Year in Review: Tech Tool of the Year

The Instructional Support and Development team  (IS & D) shared a lot of awesome tech tools this year with […]

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App of the Week: Coding

  Just don’t consume things. Create things.” President Obama   The buzzword this week is “Coding”. What exactly […]

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App of the Week: Pocket

How many tabs do you have open on your computer right now? If you are like most people […]

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