Annotate PDFs online with Kami

I’ve been using PDF Escape to mark up PDFs when I’m on a Chromebook, and Kami is a fantastic entry into the mark up PDFs market. You can access Kami in any browser by visiting https://web.kamihq.com/, and it supports Google Logins, so students can start using it right away. The free plan should probably be enough for […]

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ⓔ Create PDF ebooks directly from Wikipedia

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Wikipedia has a built in feature to create ebooks directly from the website. This is a great way to curate information for your class and distribute in a format that can be read offline or on various handheld devices. To get started, head to Wikipedia and look on the left side of the screen under […]

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ⓔ Fix printing troublesome PDFs

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Have you ever downloaded the perfect classroom supplement from Teachers Pay Teachers as a PDF only to not be able to print it correctly? Adobe Acrobat Reader does give you an option that should allow you to print that problem PDF. Open the PDF in Adobe Reader and select File -> Print: Click on the […]

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Saving a website #tlah

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Sometimes when you are researching for a project, you’ll come across web resources that you would like to save. Now, you can bookmark it, or use a bookmarking service, but there is still a chance that when you go back to the site it may be gone (and archive.org) may not have a copy. To […]

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