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Sometimes when you are creating a project or assignment, you have an idea of the end product in mind but you don't know which web tool to use to create that end product or maybe you want to give your students some choices with the end product they produce.  Free Technology For Teachers by Richard Byrne has created an awesome collection of charts comparing web tools. The charts are available as a Google folder that you can add to your drive for easy reference as well as sharing via Google Classroom with your students.

To get started, click here to access the blog post on Free Technology for Teachers.


Next, click on the "charts in the folder" link on the blog post.

Click on the "Open in Drive" button...note you must be signed in to your Google account for this to work!

You should now see the folder in your Google Drive...it is saved there and ready for you to access at anytime!



Explore the charts and quickly find the best web tools for the product you wish to make!

Thanks to Richard Byrne for this fantastic resource!

Questions or Comments?
Please email me at: pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us


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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Wednesday Web Tool: Awesome Collection of Charts Comparing Digital Tools




Sometimes when you are creating a project or assignment, you have an idea of the end product in mind but you don't know which web tool to use to create that end product or maybe you want to give your students some choices with the end product they produce.  Free Technology For Teachers by Richard Byrne has created an awesome collection of charts comparing web tools. The charts are available as a Google folder that you can add to your drive for easy reference as well as sharing via Google Classroom with your students.

To get started, click here to access the blog post on Free Technology for Teachers.


Next, click on the "charts in the folder" link on the blog post.

Click on the "Open in Drive" button...note you must be signed in to your Google account for this to work!

You should now see the folder in your Google Drive...it is saved there and ready for you to access at anytime!



Explore the charts and quickly find the best web tools for the product you wish to make!

Thanks to Richard Byrne for this fantastic resource!

Questions or Comments?
Please email me at: pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us


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