Browsers / Education / Search Engines / Uncategorized

Yes, being easily found by search engines is important (even for education!)

How easily can you be found? These days it’s pretty easy for us to spread the word about our websites and/or blogs.  We can attract visitors with unique content, links to other popular websites, and posts via any of the major social media tools.  What about visitors that may be interested in your content but … Continue reading

Browsers / Classrooms / Collaboration / Higher Education / Presentations / Uncategorized / Web 2.0 Tools / Workshops

Prezi Part II – Editing and Managing your Prezi Presentations!

After my initial workshop about Prezi, quite a few participants expressed interest in a second go-round.  This workshop was meant to cover the topics users might be interested in after they’ve become confident with the basics.  My original post about the basics of Prezi can be found here. I gave this Prezi Part II workshop … Continue reading

Browsers / Instructional Design / Uncategorized / Web 2.0 Tools / Web Design Tools

Looking deeper into Web Design with Wirify – a quick tool for WIREFRAMING.

On a similar topic as my post from yesterday, I’ve found another cool free tool you can use to view a webpage differently.  A little more in-depth. Wireframes are blueprints that allow you to see the size, shape and orientation of the elements that make up a page. Often referred to as “skeletal” view, a … Continue reading

Blogging / Browsers / Classrooms / Uncategorized / Web 2.0 Tools

Read web articles more CLEARLY. Evernote’s Chrome extension will let you get to what’s important.

Ever wonder what it would be like if you could read blogs and web articles with the distractions of advertising all over the page?  There’s a Google Chrome extension that will do just that. A brief video showing what Clearly does: Evernote Clearly Here’s a sample of what an original blog post would look like … Continue reading