There's nothing like being in a room of like-minded educators who are passionate about technology and its place in our schools and classrooms, and a broken WIFI connection to teach you that.
As a teacher and now as an administrator, looking for shortcuts and easy ways to manage aspects of the job has become second nature.
Daybook Pro, the iPad app that allows teachers to deliver lessons and teaching content through their tablets, has just gotten better.
Evernote's versatility and features make it an excellent choice to keep up with your daily or weekly task lists.
There are plenty of opportunities to learn more about ed tech at this year's Ohio Educational Technology Conference beginning this Monday January 27.
Check out each of these tablet apps and Chrome extensions to extend the usefulness of the application even further.
Reading an e-book can be a pleasurable experience if one chooses their hardware carefully, and takes advantage of multiple e-book apps their their features.
Quick Key Mobile is an iOS app for teachers that basically turns the iOS device into a scanner for quizzes and tests.
It has been over a year since Microsoft released Windows 8, and I will confess I haven't "upgraded" nor do I own a device using the operating system.
Boxer is an email app that might be of interest to those looking for an email application for their iOS device.
Mendeley seems to help me manage all the articles I am collecting as a part of my research in a manner most compatible to my own organizational needs.
Recently, I downloaded and tried an outliner app called Cloud Outliner, and it has proven to be an inexpensive solution for creating outlines on iOS mobile devices.
Google Hangouts for iOS is another must-have app for those who rely heavily on Google Hangouts to connect with others.
For those who are avid readers wanting to expand their professional library for free, here's an opportunity of interest.