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Heather Taft

Tips to Help you Get a Job | Scoop.it - 1 views

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    This Scoop It magazine, Tips to Help You Get a Job, highlights some current ideas that will help people starting out in the job market find and obtain a job. Did you just graduate and have no idea how to create a resume, or what skills you have that could possibly be interesting to employers? How about composing emails to show your interest? There are great articles here to help you out! Many ideas are relevant for individuals searching for a new job too. Have you had to deal with those horrible diversity questions in interviews? Read ideas about formulating a winning response based on personal experiences.
Heather Taft

Discovery Education: Tech Tips Blog: EasyBib - 1 views

  • you can just enter a web address. The "autocite" often will cite your source from that URL.
  • ou can cite a book by searching by title, ISBN, or keywords
  • Students create notecards on this site and are able to color code them, group them, and move them with ease as they work with the cards. They can then drag the cards over to a special place that turns the notecards into an outline for their paper
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    I have used multiple bibliography managers that import citations from journal articles, but this looks like a great way to import citations for books!
Heather Taft

Discovery Education: Tech Tips Blog: Google Docs: The educator's one-stop (online) shop - 0 views

  • absolutely free
  • All your work is stored safely and securely online and can be accessed from any computer--whether at home, school, your local library or your favorite coffee shop.
  • Encourage students to create and share blogs, book reviews, journals, art and photography portfolios, videos and other creative work.
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  • You can give students access to things like assignments, class notes and practice quizzes, and even set up a drop-box for homework.
  • Real-time, online collaboration means students can work and communicate instantaneously with kids across the globe.
  • The ultimate writer's tool Google Docs is useful for any class that involves writing and revision.
  • Use the Google Docs search option to access a variety of templates, lesson plans and other user-created forms,
  • Collaborate online in real-time--and on your own time
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    More to google docs than I knew!  Great for online collaboration, not just writing!
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