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#Besttechtools

The best apps, web tools, Hardware, paradigms

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Google Drive, Docs, Forms, Chromebook

Google Drive, Docs, Forms, Chromebook

Google apps like Docs, Forms, Presentation, etc

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Thinglink

Thinglink

Make your images interactive...

The World's Leading Augmented Reality Platform

Augmented Reality for your Learning Space

Twitter

Instantly connect to what's most important to you. Follow your friends, experts, favorite celebrities, and breaking news.

Marqueed Collect and Discuss Images

Simple Image collaboration and markup tool - Take screenshots and discuss feedback

Evernote | Remember everything with Evernote, Skitch and our other great apps.

The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.

Weebly is the easiest way to create a website, store or blog

Named one of TIME's 50 Best Websites, Weebly gives everyone a surprisingly easy way to create a unique site. Make a free website, blog or online store with our powerful website builder.

Thalmic Labs

Myo motion control and gesture control armband bracelet uses arm muscle activity and EMG signals to control digital devices over Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy.

Leap Motion

With a wave of a hand, you'll use your Mac or PC in a whole new way for games, design, and more. The Leap Motion 3D Controller senses your hands moving naturally.

What it Does - Google Glass

Learn more about what Google Glass does.

SAMR Model - Technology Is Learning

Substitution Computer technology is used to perform the same task as was done before the use of computers. Students print out worksheet, finish it, pass it in. No functional change in teaching and learning. There may well be times when this the appropriate level of work as there is no real gain to be had from computer technology.

The Gutenberg Parenthesis: Thomas Pettitt on parallels between the pre-print era and our own Internet age

Could the most reliable futurist of the digital age be...Johannes Gutenberg? Possibly. Or, definitely, if you subscribe to the theory of the Gutenberg Parenthesis: the idea that the post-Gutenberg era - the period from, roughly, the 15th century to the 20th, an age defined by textuality ...