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Web Tools
  • Youtube contains countless videos that can expand human knowledge and understanding.
  • ClipConverter is a free online media recorder that is an excellent tool for sharing videos in a classroom.
  • Goformat offers these formatting tools: Capitalize, lowercase, remove, and replace.
  • TXTformat aims to provide users tools to quickly change text with these options: UPPERCASE ALL, lowercase all, Capitalize sentences, and Capitalize Words.
  • Texthandler offers these text options: Replace multiple (double) spaces to single space, Replace multiple spaces to double space, Remove all spaces, Remove Spaces and Tab in the lines beginning, Remove Spaces and Tab in the lines end, and Remove empty lines.
  • ColorPicker is a simple tool to create web colors.
  • Google URL Shortener is an excellent tool for analytics.
  • Technical Training for Google Sites contains numerous pages of visual guides to help people create basic or complex websites.

Websites
  • EUSD Teacher Resources offers teachers a wealth of information.
  • TED Talks are short videos delivered by content specialists in diverse fields that are designed to stir curiosity.  
  • TED-Ed "makes short video lessons worth sharing, aimed at educators and students. Within TED-Ed’s growing library of lessons, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which are collaborations between educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform."
  • Kahoot! is a digital and interactive game platform that allows teachers to create games.
  • Prezi is an educational tool that allows people to create online presentations.
  • Wordle takes inputted words and generates them into word designs with a variety of fonts, layouts, and color schemes.
  • Domain.com offers a bulk domain search engine for users looking to purchase a domain name. 
  • PrefixSuffix is a chart-based site that gives users access to over 2,000 root words, making it a comprehensive online references of English language word roots.
  • Edivation offers teachers a new way of experiencing professional development.
  • Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States 1 January 2015 provides an excellent overview of topic and simplifies it into a simple table with short explanations to help people figure out whether a work remains copyrighted. 

Articles
  • Rafe Esquith explains moral development in the search for Level VI.

Helpful Ideas
  • 20 Ways to Use Gmail Filters has a lot of great suggestions to better use the district email program.
  • Love and Logic has teaching and parenting products, techniques, and resources such as articles, video clips, and audio files that might interest teachers. 

Software
  • Powerpoint Viewer is free software from Microsoft that gives users the ability to open and view Powerpoint files.
  • OpenOffice.org offers a free open-source software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, and databases.
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