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  • Calendly

    Calendly

    Calendly is an app for scheduling appointments, meetings, and events. Its goal is to eliminate the problematic back-and-forth when trying to nail down times. Rather than email chains and phone tag, you can send your availability with a Calendly link (even if the people booking time with you don’t use Calendly). Calendly

  • 123Apps – Online Video Cutter

    123Apps – Online Video Cutter

    The Online Video Cutter web app comes in handy when you need to cut a small video file. It does not require installation, and it works in your browser. This online software also allows you to crop and rotate videos in almost any format. Audio and PDF editing options are also available through the 123Apps,…

  • GorillaPDF

    GorillaPDF

    GorillaPDF is a free online converter from different file extensions to PDF and vice versa. It enhances productivity by providing easy-to-use, intuitive and reliable services for converting, compressing, merging, and encrypting PDF documents. It also features a free online OCR service to extract text from images as well as a PDF reader. PDF tools are…

  • lino

    lino

    Lino is an online bulletin board for a variety of different purposes. Users can use the tool for private works or they can simply create boards that can be visible to the public. It is an ideal tool that enables collaborative working. This sticky note platform lets you add virtual sticky notes to a virtual…

  • Guide to Digital Security & Privacy – Consumer Reports

    Guide to Digital Security & Privacy – Consumer Reports

    Consumer Reports believes digital innovation brings many benefits to consumers. But that innovation also carries new threats to personal privacy and data security. In our nationally representative CR Consumer Voices Survey, 65 percent of Americans told us they are either slightly or not at all confident that their personal data is private and not distributed…

  • WordTalk

    WordTalk

    An extension that adds text to speech to your word processor. A “best free text-to-speech software of 2021.”

  • Venngage

    Venngage

    Venngage is an online tool for creating infographics, reports, and data visualizations. Infographics make complex, important, or technical information easy to digest. Pick from hundreds of charts, maps, icons, and import data directly from your spreadsheets into numerous chart styles and infographic templates. This blog post titled, “Venngage: 7 Ways eLearning Infographics Make Education Easier,”…

  • IT Security Basics Course – Indiana University

    IT Security Basics Course – Indiana University

    Everyone should have a clear understanding of IT security basic skills, in today’s world where our digital lives and connections are increasing constantly. Enroll in the IT Security Basics online course to learn 10 simple and effective skills, habits, and tools to stay safe online. This short, user-friendly course also includes an opportunity to earn…

  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

    Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

    Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high-quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. All DOAJ services are free of charge including being indexed. All data is freely available. Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

  • Copyright and Fair Use | Stanford Libraries

    Copyright and Fair Use | Stanford Libraries

    The Copyright and Fair Use Overview section is derived using content from NOLO, with much of it taken from the book Getting Permission (October 2016) by Richard Stim. It is a very comprehensive guide to copyright. This page shares useful information including info about Measuring Fair Use: The Four Factors.   Copyright and Fair Use | Stanford Libraries

  • Checkology | The News Literacy Project

    Checkology | The News Literacy Project

    Checkology® Virtual Classroom can help educators, students, and anyone learn how to tell the difference between fact and fiction. Checkology | The News Literacy Project

  • Critical Media Literacy Library Guide – UCLA Libraries

    Critical Media Literacy Library Guide – UCLA Libraries

    This guide has many free resources to help learn skills to become a critical media literacy consumer and is created and maintained by the  University of California Libraries. Critical Media Literacy Library Guide – UCLA Libraries  

  • Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

    Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

    This blog post by c|net explains how anyone can use Microsoft’s Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps without spending any money.   Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

  • Coggle

    Coggle

    Coggle is a collaborative mindmapping tool that allows for the creation and sharing of flexible diagrams that illustrate connections between various concepts.   Coggle

  • SlidesGo

    SlidesGo

    SlidesGo contains a great collection of Google Slides and PowerPoint templates, tutorials, and tips about how to design effective presentations. We also want to highlight the Minimalist styled templates that have a very simple and professional look and feel.   SlidesGo

  • Microsoft Sway

    Microsoft Sway

    Sway is a Microsoft Office application with which you can create portfolios, presentations, websites, newsletters, interactive reports, and more. First of all, Sway is free – you just need to have a Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com), and it’s easy to use. Formatting is very easy and the transitions they use in the presentation…

  • Badgr

    Badgr

    Badgr is a digital badges tool that can be shared across various social media platforms including Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter.   Badgr

  • UB Libraries’ Authority Research Guide

    UB Libraries’ Authority Research Guide

    This Research Guide will help you better understand authority in the context of research and information and provide you with methods of evaluating an information source to determine its authority. Authority, generally, represents the right to give orders, make decisions or have control over something. In information, a source that is authoritative contains credible, reliable…

  • UB Libraries’ Applied Digital Literacy Coursera MOOC Specialization

    UB Libraries’ Applied Digital Literacy Coursera MOOC Specialization

    This Coursera MOOC Specialization is intended for anyone seeking to develop online, internet researching skills along with advanced knowledge of multimedia for the creation of digital objects such as presentations, infographics, posters, commercials, podcasts, and movies. Through these three courses, learners will cover how to identify their information need, understand which tools to use when…

  • COPING WITH COVID: Mental Health and Coping Support – Center for Wellness and Counseling, Augsburg University

    COPING WITH COVID: Mental Health and Coping Support – Center for Wellness and Counseling, Augsburg University

    This site has a large collection of resources to help you cope with difficult times. Topics include: Understanding How the Pandemic is Affecting You Free Coping Resources Coping Skills for the Pandemic Social Support During the Pandemic Mental Health and the Pandemic Resources for Working from Home Other Resources Counseling Phone / Text SupportCOVID Health…

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