Padlet’s going paid and here are some alternatives | Mark Anderson

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved Wallwisher, or Padlet as it’s better known now. Even right back in 2010 it took pride of place as the first resource I shared in my first ‘Little Book of Useful ICT Sites‘ which you can still read online here.  …

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April Fools and Easter Eggs #edtech style | Mark Anderson

So this year, Easter falls on the 1 April. This doesn’t happen very often, but some things that do happen each year with annual regularity are the Easter Eggs and April fools tricks that lots of different edtech companies put out there. One of my favourite April fools gags has…

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New Microsoft App which calls out landmarks to help the visually impaired | Mark Anderson

There’s no getting away from it, Microsoft’s focus on driving new technologies forward to help those with accessibility needs have been pretty groundbreaking in recent times. The Immersive Reader that works within Office Lens is one such example. Simply take a photo of a document within Office Lens and have…

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