Richard Byrne (Practical Ed Tech) recently posted a blog on free audio resources for educators. It’s a great article that helps educators and students locate resources for their creations and presentations without violating copyright. Check out Byrne’s suggestions here.
Thanks to Richard Byrne (FreeTech4Teachers.com) for his post sharing about locating public domain video clips. Downloading Youtube videos via a third party service is in violation of Youtube’s Terms of Service (TOS) Section 05 unless there is a link provided
I love the information that Richard Byrne (FreeTech4Teachers.com) shares. It’s ALWAYS so timely and so helpful. Check out what landed in my email earlier today: Flippity is a great service that provides easy-to-follow Google Sheets templates. Recently, Flippity added a new
How to Annotate Images on Chromebooks Google Keep is a versatile tool that can be used for everything from simple bookmarking to collaborative task management to image annotation. In fact, Google Keep provides one of the simplest ways to annotate images