Do you ever have one of those days when you just don’t have time to sync, and all you need to do is get one or two documents over to your desktop? I certainly have. Here are two tools that
Wow….I am really getting into the potential of video and tools like screencasting to differentiate instruction. In my own work providing professional development for teachers, I struggle with how to differentiate my workshops. In most groups, some people like the
As reported earlier, Audioblogger is discontinuing its wonderful service, and so we’ve been evaluating other similar services to see if there is a good replacement out there. So far, the winner is GabCast. Gabcast has a few features that I
Gabcast! Mobile Musings #1
There are getting to be a good number of sites offering free audio books now. Here are a few: LibriVox ManyBooks (This is also a good site for regular text ebooks.) Spoken Alexandria Project Telltale Weekly Gutenberg: Audio Books Project
The 6th Annual Michigan Handheld Computers in Education Conference is coming up soon. It will be held Nov. 9-11 at Washtenaw Intermediate School District in Ann Arbor.
A just-released study by The Survey of Academic Libraries, a benchmarking report published by Primary Research Group Inc. says that “Spending on electronic books by academic libraries has reached a cumulative total of 11% of their spending on print books,
Now that larger SD cards are now available (and relatively expensive), it may be worth noting that the Tungsten E2s do not support SD cards larger than 1 GB. Hope this helps some of you.
I just heard that Audioblogger, one of my favorite services for posting audio directly from a phone (and which I just blogged about earlier today) is going away. 🙁 They have suggested several other similar services. I’ll check them out
I’ve been raving about Mobipocket as an ebook platform for a while now, and now the tool to create Mobipocket ebooks is free! If you want to see an example of some of things you can do with Mobipocket, check