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Paul Beaufait

Quick Guide: How To Enjoy eBooks Without A Tablet Or An eReader - 9 views

    "There are many convenient ways to enjoy eBooks right on your computer, without paying for an extra device, and without having to venture to the book store every time you want a new book. It might not be as convenient, but it's still a great option." (Yaara Lancet, ¶2) Lancet introduces: Nook for PC/Mac/Web, Kindle for PC/Mac/Cloud, Kobo for Windows/Mac/Web, Calibre for Windows/Mac/Linux, and Book.ish for Web, and provides links for downloads.
Walter Antoniotti

Collection of free learning materials - 17 views

Sorted into software tutorials, Excel, bus software, Word and TI-84

learningwith computers online resources

started by Walter Antoniotti on 31 Aug 11 no follow-up yet
Walter Antoniotti

Computer Learning tools - 21 views

The computer section of Free Internet libraries has free software, software tutorials, learning materials for Excel, Word, TI-84 and C++.

learningwith computers education tools resources learning web2.0 teaching

started by Walter Antoniotti on 13 Apr 11 no follow-up yet
Zoe Rake

Generic 250GB 2.5" SATA 5400 8MB CACHE HDD | Hard Drives Internal - 0 views

    Overview Product Type: Hard Drive Capacity: 250GB Interface: Sata Rotational Speed: 5400RPM Form Factor: 2.5" Warranty: 1 Year Description Generic 250GB 2.5" SATA 5400 8MB CACHE HDD*******Refurbished*********1 Year Warranty*********
Gladys Baya

The Lexicon of Online Evil - 1 views

    Learn what they are, and how to avoid them!
    Hackers, black hats, cyber-criminals, phishing... Learn what they all mean with this great article!
Tom Harrison

Woopid Video Tutorials - 0 views

    Ton of free tutorials - Mac, PC and more. Great resource for students. Can help with papers, spreadsheets, presenatations and a lot more.
Paul Beaufait

LEO: Assessing the credibility of online sources - 0 views

    Thanks again, Joao!
    Guidelines for assessing credibility of online sources AFTER making sure teachers permit their use in your academic work--last updated in 2005, by Judith Kilborn (2008.08.25), who recommends a Webliography of Validating Web Sits for further information:
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