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Episode 65: A chat with author P.J. Hoover

Episode 64: Mirroring 360 –screencast from phone or tablet

Episode 62 and 63: Little Maverick recommended graphic novels for grades K-5

Episode 61: Science has Great News for People Who Read Actual Books

Episode 58: Makerspaces–Make MagazineInvent to Learn

Episode 57: Evaluating library collections–AASL’s bibliography of collection development sites and tools for school libraries

Episode 56: Follett Shelf, Capstone Digital

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Episode 54:

Episode 53: Overdrive app and

Episode 52: Scoopit! Follow topics instead of people

Epsiode 50: Project WISE visits (Austin schools only)

Episode 48: App review Nova science elements, PBS, free; 3-D Brain, by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, free

Episode 45: Tune comic

Episode 44: Library Media Connection magazine

Episode 42: and look for the Khan Academy app in itunes.

Episode 36: I DO make a difference workshops from TLA and TASL,

Episode 26: a web based application for creating playlists and showing videos from youtube without ads or recommended videos.

Episode 25: web based and mobile app that allows you to store notes and pictures.

Episode 21:  Great book recommendations in a social setting can be found on

Episode 19: Resources about 21st Century Libraries from AASL

Episode 18:

Episode 16: Country comparisons with

Episode 12: Podcast tool

Episode 11: Skitch (mac compatible), Capture Fox (firefox add-on), Jing by techsmith

Episode 10: was mentioned as a QR code generator in the show, however, there are many generator sites that a simple google search will find.

Episode 8: Mid-Continent Public Library website–a wealth of reader’s advisory information including series books and order, and movies based on books.

Episode 6: The Kid’s Book App from 1776 Productions in the app store through itunes.

Episode 5: Google Calendar is a great resource for scheduling classes, particularly with the development of appointment slots.

Episode 4: STAAR resources and

Episode 3:  Why wait until annual conferences to get your hands on great galleys?  By registering with NetGalley, you can get electronic galleys to read on a computer or mobile device.  Create a profile and post reviews for publishers and others.

Episode 2: Free Technology for Teachers.  Whether you choose to like on Facebook, follow the blog, or follow on Twitter, Richard Byrne will keep you informed about great FREE technology tools for classroom and library use.

Episode 1: Organize your online links into binders. This resource enables you to collect websites for later use organized in tabs like a print binder. You can also upload files, such as an assignment and rubric, insert videos from youtube and images from flickr.

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