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Citing Research in your Blog

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“The term reference is used in many spheres of human knowledge, adopting shades of meaning particular to the contexts in which it is used.” When citing other sources in your blog or website, it is very important to give ‘credit’ … Continue reading

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Search Smarter not Harder!

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Are you busy searching for articles and resources to complete your inquiry project or to support your lesson and unit planning? Did you know that the UBC Ed library has links to your school district’s online resources and resource catalogues? … Continue reading

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E-books in the Classroom

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E-books, or electronic books, are being increasingly common in the classroom across all grade levels. Slowly but surely, e-books are becoming more popular and are starting to replace some physical books. Particularly in higher education, e-books are a cost-effective option … Continue reading

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UBC Blogs support

Here are some resources for Teacher Candidates and instructors for additional support with technology integration (thanks to Jenny Ho Dec. 2014) CTLT WordPress Drop-in Clinics: Facilitated by the Centre of Teaching, Learning, and Technology over at Irving K. Barber Learning … Continue reading

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Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD)

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The combination of students and mobile phones has long been a source of anxiety for teachers.¬†-Nick Morrison,¬†“The Next Revolution in School Tech: Bring Your Own Device“ As suggested by the acronym, BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices) is an emerging trend … Continue reading

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Videos in the Classroom

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Nowadays, videos are a common part of the classroom experience. Personally speaking, it’s rare for me to be in a class without¬†watching a video presented by a professor or teacher. Unless you’re a seasoned videographer or filmmaker, videos are extremely … Continue reading

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Powerful presentation tools and Amazing image search tips

There are so many places to go, so many things to see. I realize this sounds a bit like a Dr. Seuss, but it is just so true when it comes to the wealth of available resources on the net … Continue reading

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