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EdTech Webinar Series Using OERs - Thursday, June 07, 2018

Allison Moreland and Shaun Hoppel, educational technologists for the Rochester region and Buffalo region, respectively, will host this webinar! Here you will learn what is involved in using Open…

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Using Blogs and Wikis in Teaching and Learning - 01/20/17

Rhianna Rogers introduces the differences and similarities between blogs and wikis and how they can be used with your students. Specific tools like Blogger, Wordpress, and Wikipedia are discussed. …

From  Christine Paige A year ago 35 views 0