In my opinion, books are the best accessory.
I’m thrilled to share my thoughts on technology resources after taking a break for a little while.
I thought I’d share briefly two favorites today:
1. I’m thrilled that EasyBib is now on GoogleDocs as an add on. Thank you to my friend Tanja for letting me know about this. I was able to teach my students about how to create a bibliography using EasyBib and how simple life can be! I also appreciate Google Research but with EasyBib in a new document you can have it alphabatize and sort as you add more items to your bibliography. So convenient and easy.2. Grammarly App- I decided to try out Grammarly as a Google Chrome app, the free version. Sometimes it got a little annoying to see the little green spinning arrow that caught my mistakes way too easily but other times I quite appreciated being able to quickly catch and fix my mistakes. There are a few little glitches in
2. Grammarly App– I decided to try out Grammarly as a Google Chrome app, the free version. Sometimes it got a little annoying to see the little green spinning arrow that caught my mistakes way too easily but other times I quite appreciated being able to quickly catch and fix my mistakes. There are a few little glitches in Blogger but I’m figuring out ways around them… Think this will benefit others!
So those are two Google related technology bits I’m enjoying.
Ok. I admit it, I have two other things to share:
New app on my iPad: My good friend emailed me about a game she thought I’d like, she was terribly correct. I’m addicted… it is dangerous to play games like this… but I love it!
It is a game called Monument Valley. Gorgeous imagery, good thinking strategy challenges, and entertaining situations. Just love it. Reminds me of Escher art which I’ve always been a little obsessed with. Bringing a silent princess on one adventure after another? Sure! My son said, “Even though it is a princess, this is really cool!” I’m sure he’ll pass me soon in the game. Or my husband will pick up the iPad and pass me.
More Google Chrome tools that could be useful?
Here are more cool FREE Google Chrome extensions
Save as PDF– saves a webpage as a PDF
SpeakIt! – Select text, and it will read it to you.
If you enjoyed this post, please consider following my blog through email updates – (do so to the right of this blog post), my Facebook page, comment, or meet up with me on Twitter. I appreciate all of the support, makes my day! Honored by all the wonderful followers.