From the monthly archives:

April 2012

Cloudy (with a chance of being organized)

At the Tech Forum Boston yesterday I decided to attend an apps smackdown. It was lots of fun and I left with a few apps to pass on to teachers, and one that I knew I would try myself. The app is called CloudOn and is free. It works with Dropbox , also free. If […]

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Where do you store your stuff?

Have you read this new Google Drive Product News alert? Google Drive will be rolling out and enabled within the next 4-8 weeks for education domains. “Google Drive is a brand new file synchronization product that allows users to centrally store all of their files in Google Docs. Files can be accessed via a web […]

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Elements of a Successful Technology Program

My colleague, Annamaria Schrimpf, and I work together to conduct technology program audits for school districts. We visit the schools, interview administrators and educators, review many existing documents and plans, and conduct surveys of faculty and students. As we review the data and write our report, including commendations and recommendations, we refer to several guiding […]

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