Good night from Maine the place the solar is setting on the month of Could. I do know that lots of you are actually on summer time trip. I hope you are having fun with it! The remainder of us have one other few weeks to go. We’ll make it!
An enormous thanks to the 25 folks accomplished one in all my Sensible Ed Tech programs in Could. Your assist helps me maintain Free Know-how for Academics going. In a few weeks I will be saying two new programs you could full this summer time. Till then, these three programs can be found proper now.
As I all the time do on the finish of the month, I’ve made a listing of the preferred posts of the month. Have a look and see if there’s one thing attention-grabbing that you simply missed in Could.
These had been the preferred posts in Could:
1. The Results of Speaking to Your self
2. 71 Google Slides Tutorials for Academics and College students
3. 57 Google Earth & Maps Tutorials for Academics and College students
4. New Microsoft Phrase Options to Word
5. Easy methods to Use Google Takeout 2023
6. The Science of Gardening
7. 225 NASA Infographics
8. Easy methods to Create Your Personal On-line Board Sport
9. Ten Methods to Use Adobe Categorical in College
10. A New Google Bard Function
Self-paced Programs You Can Begin At present
Workshops and Keynotes
- The Sensible Ed Tech Publication comes out each Sunday night/ Monday morning. It options my favourite tip of the week and the week’s hottest posts from Free Know-how for Academics.
- My YouTube channel has greater than 46,000 subscribers watching my quick tutorial movies on a wide selection of instructional expertise instruments.
- I have been Tweeting as @rmbyrne for fifteen years.
- I replace my LinkedIn profile a time or two each week.
- The Free Know-how for Academics Fb web page options new and outdated posts from this weblog all through the week.
- In case you’re interested in my life exterior of training, you’ll be able to comply with me on Strava.
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