Books, Reading, Etc..
- I’ve done something similar with Google Maps, but this? The Obsessively Detailed Map is truly obsessively detailed. Ideas for additional “value added content”? TSU has some great Immersive Experience ideas.
- This might just be my new favorite book blog: Oh, the Books! (via)
- The Book Riot Quarterly box might be a good way to get students excited about reading. BookOpolis looks to be a good way to introduce younger students to online reviewing/reading communities.
- Something to get students thinking and talking about race: the Race Card Project. Then think about developing Collective Cultural Competencies.
- We talk a lot about curriculum maps – maybe try a visual version?
- How do teens use social media? Additional thoughts…
- Just for fun, Oxford’s illustrated history of social media
- Using GoogleDrive? These tips might help. And check out these 18 Epic Productivity Apps (I already use a few – need to think about the others)
- How to reach students and parents? Perhaps with Remind.
- Thx Infovore for these data visualization tools: Social Explorer, Policy Map, and On The Map
- Even though I use Evernote a lot, I’m thinking of using Transpose to store other digital content. Anyone using it yet?
- It’s always interesting to see where you fall politically when you take a relatively blind test – this Pew survey seems reasonably accurate.
- And people wonder why I nap. Sleep helps your brain.
- As I start my new job, it’s important to work at How to Fail Successfully.
- If you’re traveling to London, check out these apps and places to read. And take me with you.
Most important: 120 days until Christmas. Shop now. Avoid the rush.