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  • Directory of AI Tools

    Directory of AI Tools

    Browse the best AI tools directory in 40+ categories like AI content detection, plagiarism tools, AI tools to make money, AI tools like Chat GPT, AI Lead Generator, AI Business Automation, Generative Arts, Avatar Generator, Generative AI, Chatbot Builder, AI No Code Website Builder, and many more AI tools. The top AI tools are updated…

  • AI Prompts for Teaching: A Spellbook

    AI Prompts for Teaching: A Spellbook

    This resource, written, by Cynthia Alby, describes excellent use cases and strategies for effectively using GenAI tools in education and training. AI Prompts for Teaching: A Spellbook

  • Futurepedia

    Futurepedia

    Discover the best AI tools for marketers with ease: at Futurepedia, you can browse 450+ AI tools covering categories such as marketing, image generation, and video editing. Easily search and filter the tools by categories, pricing, and features to find the perfect fit for your business.   Futurepedia  

  • Elicit: The AI Research Assistant

    Elicit: The AI Research Assistant

    Elicit is a research assistant using artificial intelligence (AI) language models like GPT-3 to automate parts of researchers’ workflows. Currently, the main workflow in Elicit is the Literature Review. If you ask a question, Elicit will show relevant papers and summaries of key information about those papers in an easy-to-use table.”  Elicit can help researchers:…

  • NOLEJ AI

    NOLEJ AI

    NOLEJ AI is a browser-based eLearning authoring tool that turns static learning material (video, audio, text content, or a website URL) into micro-learning, including content summaries, a glossary, and interactive videos, quizzes, games, flashcards, etc..   NOLEJ AI   Keywords: artificial intelligence, instructional design, quizzes

  • Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Resources

    Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Resources

    This is a list of artificial intelligence (AI) resources and educators who are using these resources. Resources are listed by category as well as contact information. The Stevens Institute of Technology compiled the list. Generative AI Resources

  • ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer)

    ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer)

    OpenAI has developed an app, ChatGPT, an algorithmic AI chat system trained on a massive collection of internet-based resources. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) powered language model that mimics a human conversationalist. ChatGPT is a chatbot trained on massive amounts of internet information to generate human-like text. The system uses deep learning to generate…

  • QRCode Monkey

    QRCode Monkey

    QRCode Monkey is a free online QR code generator. It allows customized colors, logos, shapes, and designs. The high-resolution images can be generated in multiple file types (.png, .svg, .pdf, and .eps) and can be used on the web or for commercial and print purposes.   QRCode Monkey

  • TechBoomers

    TechBoomers

    Explore the basics when it comes to navigating the internet. Access over 100 free website and app courses along with thousands of useful articles with the Tips and Tricks you need to take your tech skills to the next level.   TechBoomers

  • Harvard Business Catalog – Case Studies, Simulations, and More

    Harvard Business Catalog – Case Studies, Simulations, and More

    Harvard Business Publishing Education partners with educators and students around the world to deliver best-in-class learning experiences that develop leaders who are ready for a changing world. A robust catalog of learning materials, including cases, simulations, articles, videos, and online courses. Pedagogical support, teaching advice, and curriculum guidance is also available to help educators create…

  • TED-Ed

    TED-Ed

    TED-Ed is TED’s youth and education initiative. TED-Ed’s mission is to spark and celebrate the ideas of teachers and students around the world. Everything we do supports learning — from producing a growing library of original animated videos, to providing an international platform for teachers to create their own interactive lessons, to helping curious students around the globe bring…

  • DigitalLearn.org

    DigitalLearn.org

    If you are new to computers, haven’t used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, DigitalLearn.org has the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed. The collection contains digital skills tutorials on topics…

  • BCcampus

    BCcampus

    Search for quality Open Educational Resources (OER), including open textbooks, offered in a variety of digital formats; the first step in adopting open educational resources. Search by subject and download them to your computer. BCcampus

  • 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  

  • 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…

  • ChemCollective Resources (by Carnegie Mellon University)

    ChemCollective Resources (by Carnegie Mellon University)

    The ChemCollective is a collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, tutorials, and concept tests. Teachers can use our content for pre-labs, for alternatives to textbook homework, and for in-class activities for individuals or teams. Students can review and learn chemistry concepts using our virtual labs, simulations, and tutorials. The ChemCollective is organized by a group of faculty and…

  • 10 Advanced Web Search Techniques You Probably Never Knew About

    10 Advanced Web Search Techniques You Probably Never Knew About

    Understanding how to perform sophisticated searches of online information will greatly increase your chances of finding what you want. While most popular search engines let you define your search criteria in very specific ways, not all function identically.   10 Advanced Web Search Techniques You Probably Never Knew About

  • newtFire {DH}

    newtFire {DH}

    The newtFire site serves as an incubator of learning and research collaboration between scholars and students in the Digital Humanities from multiple institutions, and is the project development site of Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Program Chair of Digital Media, Arts, and Technology (DIGIT) at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. This site contains numerous tutorials and exercises…

  • Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference – Quick Tech Guide

    Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference – Quick Tech Guide

    This guide is an editable Google Doc that has a wide collection of resources to assist you to create an online community, class or conference. “Are you creating an online course, event or conference? If you’re not a programmer, and if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, this guide will get you…