Kindles and the Kindle App in the Classroom by Zach Glowik

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Kindles are a very useful tool for people who love to read. They are able to store dozens of books in a very compact space. It has a very large potential for helping… Continue reading

How to Subscribe to Our Blog By Noah Dalton

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Some teachers wanted to know how they could subscribe to our blog in order to receive an email notification when there is a new post. I made a screencast showing a couple ways… Continue reading

CloudOn – MSWord App by Max Cohee

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What is the best iOS app for editing/creating Microsoft Word Doucuments? Many seem to believe it is CloudOn. It is a free app on iTunes for both iPhone and iPad. Not only this,… Continue reading

Converting Office Documents to Google Docs By Noah Dalton

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Uploading Microsoft Office documents to your google drive doesn’t allow you to edit and share them with out a few extra steps. Here’s a screencast tutorial I made on how to do it http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cIni37VlOM

Lucidchart By Zach Glowik

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Now, here’s something that you probably haven’t even heard of before. Lucidchart is a Google Drive App which allows you to create in-depth flow charts and note pages. This will be an amazingly… Continue reading

How to add a YouTube Video to a Google Presentation by Matt Parziale

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Wondering how to add a video from Youtube to a Google Presentation?  View this simple screencast to learn how: http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cIniILVlrQ  

Social Networking Security and Privacy By Gabe Landau

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Since the creation of social networking websites, privacy has been the bane of their security and management. Social networking sites make it easier for hackers to retrieve personal information from people, including name,… Continue reading

Google Cloud Connect By Max Cohee

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Google Cloud Connect. It is a very under-acknowledged piece of software that could be very helpful in our school environment. It is a free plugin developed by Google for Microsoft Office, and is… Continue reading

Windows Server 2012 By Nick Fabrizio

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Windows Server 2012 The Windows Server edition of windows is one of the most widely used operating systems in the US. Taking advantage of Apples’ uneducated areas in servers,  Microsoft has little to… Continue reading

Google Docs Grammer and Spell Check By Noah Dalton

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Some students and teachers have been noticing some problems with Google Docs spell check and grammar check feature. Personally, I think google’s spell check feature works very well and is far superior to… Continue reading