G Suite Audio, Accessibility, and Timelines – The Week in Review
These were the weeks most popular posts:.
My Favorite Chrome Extensions Right Now – And What They Do.
Mote – An Easier Way to Add Audio to Google Slides.
The inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris was the story of the week. Larry Ferlazzo and Terri Eichholz each put together excellent collections of resources about the inauguration and Amanda Gormans poem. You can find Larrys collection here and Terris collection here. On an associated note, Larry is always extremely quick at assembling resources for events in the news. His blog site is where I opt for resources about events in the news.
Excellent early morning from Maine where we play outside even if its cold and snowy. In some cases that implies doing conventional snow activities like snowboarding and sledding while other times it just implies knocking some snow off the swings and having a good time in our snowsuits. Whether the weather is hot or cold where you are, I hope that you likewise have a long time for fun in the fresh air this weekend..
How to Check and Edit the Accessibility of Word Documents.
How to Quickly Record Audio in Google Slides, Docs, and Classroom.
How to Quickly Check and Improve the Accessibility of Your PowerPoint Slides.
6 Good Tools for Making Multimedia Timelines.
ReadWorks Adds an Offline Mode for Students.
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