Aurasma, Google Glass, & iMovie App Smash

Working with augmented reality and Google Glass to create innovative, digital products for both the BHS Fashion and Art Show was amazing. It gave the end user an exciting, interactive experience. And the finished projects were even better than I had hoped. Combining the physical and digital worlds For the Art Show, I worked with an app…

A Useful Guide to Google Drive

To further support Burlington’s use of Google Apps for Education, and specifically Google Drive, Help Desk has compiled a list of links that will take you straight to the source to learn about everything and anything related to Google Drive; Google’s Help Center. Below you will find direct access to how to’s for Google Docs, Presentations,…

The new Chromebook v. The iPad

By Tyler Desharnais As you know BHS uses iPads as our primary technology for learning, but we also have some Chromebooks for use in the library. BHS recently got the newest version of the Chromebook that may outshine the iPad in the learning environment. The first thing that struck me that was good about the…

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…

Google Underwater Maps

By Ronak Patel  Google, probably the largest mapping giant, just really went for a dive. In a blogpost on September 25th, Google introduced their newest feature, underwater maps view. Thats right, Google now brings you underwater for a completely different, incredible view. You can check out the Heron Island Resort underwater and swim with the turtles, or take a…