Monthly Archives: May 2015

Where to Find Free PowerPoint Themes & Templates (Presentations)

It’s not always easy to prepare a professional presentation, but one of the most tried-and-true methods is to use Microsoft PowerPoint. PowerPoint is almost a necessity in modern presentations, so you can’t go wrong with it — but you can … Continue reading

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Dive Into ‘Infinity’ With Dizzying Views of A Colossal Cave

A series of 360° panoramas allows anyone with an Internet connection to experience Vietnam’s Son Doong cave, one of the planet’s biggest. Source: news.nationalgeographic.com See on Scoop.it – Book Week 2015 Books light up our world

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Children’s Book Week 2015 #storylines: Laurie Ann Thompson | Children’s Book Council

Perfection shouldn’t be the goal. We know this because of @LaurieThompson’s #storylines #quote! http://t.co/JkyDd8gpb1 Source: http://www.cbcbooks.org See on Scoop.it – Book Week 2015 Books light up our world

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Book week 2015

Books light up our world Source: http://www.pinterest.com See on Scoop.it – Book Week 2015 Books light up our world

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Which book would you read to the world? | Junior School

Source: edublogs.salc.qld.edu.au See on Scoop.it – Book Week 2015 Books light up our world

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Wonder: A Search Engine Fueled by Research Experts – Save Time, Learn Anything — Emerging Education Technologies

Wonder … a Search Engine Unlike Any Other! Wonder is a very different type of search engine. Instead of computer generated feedback, a real human being who is an expert researcher will find the best sources for you, and send … Continue reading

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The 2015 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs

We’ve scoured the web and found 50 essential blogs for you. Source: http://www.edtechmagazine.com See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools

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