1. Classroom 2.0 Live with Richard Byrne

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    Classroom 2.0 Live Show Saturday January 8, 2011 Topic: Free Technology for Teachers Special Guest: Richard Byrne

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    • Create Web-based student quizzes with Kahoot

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      Kahoot, a free service, builds quizzes that your students can access through any device with a web browser (iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Each question can include pictures and videos. As the…

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      • Doodle for Scheduling

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        Instead of playing email tag to schedule meetings, try using Doodle, a free tool that arranges meetings with the input of group members.

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        • Emailing from a spreadsheet

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          Managing email can be a huge time sink. Try doing it from a spreadsheet. Excel and Google spreadsheets support sending customized emails. Create one with a column for names, another for email addresses,…

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          • How to use classroom timers

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            School Library Journal Cool Tools columnist Richard Byrne demonstrates a couple of timer applications.

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            • How to use online quiz creator ImageQuiz

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              ImageQuiz is a free service enabling quiz creation based on any images you own or that you find online. Students answer ImageQuiz questions by clicking on a portion of your chosen picture. For instance,…

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              • National Archives' Digital Vaults | screencast tutorial

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                Screencast by Richard Byrne, School Library Journal's Cool Tools columnist. For the complete article and more tips using technology in the classroom, visit http://www.thedigitalshift.com/category/opinion/cool-tools/.

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                What are Tags?

                Tags

                Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."