A brief MASSCue Reflection

by: Hannah Lienhard MassCUE was personally the first major conference I had been to. Not that it was particularly large, it was merely the first conference I had been to that was almost completely vendor oriented. At BPSCON 2012, we were gearing up for the coming school year by nipping off problems at the bud,…

How Student Help Desks Support Mobile Devices

Originally posted in Center for Digital Education by Tanya Roscorla on October 18, 2012 High schools are creating student-run help desks to deal with larger numbers of mobile devices. A thousand miles apart, Niles West High School in Skokie, Ill., and Burlington High School in Massachusetts each have student teams handle problems with mobile devices.…

An App for Discounted and Free Apps

By Gabe Medina Ever wanted those paid apps, but just don’t want to spend $4.99 or $0.99? Or, sometimes just wish that those expensive apps that seem really cool, drop down 2 or 3 bucks? Well believe it or not, theres an app for that! Many apps actually, but one of the best apps to…

Plot user data on maps using Google Forms

So yesterday I tried something new. I wanted my digital literacy students to see the reach of social media. I was introducing them to blogs and what they are and how they have evolved. I was also mentioning how blogs can be a way to highlight talents, promote conversation and to reflect. I started with…