Check out Google’s Fact Check Explorer

Source: Fact Check Tools Google has a cool Fact Check Explorer, which allows you to enter a search term and it will show how that term is portrayed online and what facts are true. This would be a great starting point when investigating sources of information. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and […]

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Adblocking for teachers #YouTube

Ads are a necessary evil online, but sometimes they can be overbearing and affect the usability of a site. In this video I cover installing and using the uBlock Origin extension to block ads when browsing and in YouTube. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and join your fellow educators on the Eduk8me […]

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Scheduling and getting things done

This article first appeared in the Eduk8me newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to be the first to get articles such as this. On the school/work front, I’m trying a new productivity technique. I’ve always had a To Do list, and I would mark things with @today for items that needed to be completed that day. […]

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Free textbooks from LibreTexts

Source: LibreTexts – Free The Textbook LibreTexts is a source of textbooks for multiple subjects. The content level is geared more to the college level, but since everything licensed Creative Commons with the  Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license, you are free to Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build […]

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