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  • 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…

  • 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  

  • 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…

  • GCF – Internet Safety Course

    GCF – Internet Safety Course

    Staying safe online is essential in today’s world. Use these Internet safety tips to keep yourself and your loved ones protected. This site shares a number of Google search strategies and tips created by the Goodwill Community Foundation (GFC) Global to get you started on your quest to find new things to learn about.  This link…

  • How To Start A Podcast: A Complete Step-By-Step Tutorial

    How To Start A Podcast: A Complete Step-By-Step Tutorial

    This guide from PodcastInsights walks you through how to start a podcast. Starting a podcast isn’t difficult, but there are a number of steps you’ll need to go through in order to get it launched. This podcasting tutorial walks you through every step of the process including: Choosing a topic & name Show and episode format…

  • ResearchGate


    ResearchGate is a collaboration tool you can use to connect with other researchers. You can learn about new research and post your new research by following and being followed by other researchers in your field. It a good way to know about recent publications and who is working in your field. You can also ask…

  • Medium


    Medium is a publishing platform with a social twist. The platform has 120 million readers that are able to directly follow the publisher or the writer they want and read their articles. The platform encourages writers from all over the world to become a member and publish on its platform. The social aspect of the…

  • Testmoz


    Testmoz is a tool for creating online tests. It is easy to use and has a free version. You can create a test without logging in. The paid version gives you the opportunity to create a bank of items from which to automatically generated individual tests for each student.   Testmoz Testmoz Introduction Video  

  • Hoax or Fact

    Hoax or Fact

    Hoax or Fact is an attempt to spread knowledge and wisdom. To bring out the truths and facts behind all kinds of online rumors and hoax messages. The people, at Hoax or Fact, research, and analysis of various online issues in-depth, so as to put a check on all kinds of online spammers, thus preventing…

  • OpenWHO


    OpenWHO is the World Health Organization’s new interactive platform that offers online courses to people preparing to work in epidemics, pandemics and health emergencies or already doing so. The OpenWHO platform delivers WHO’s and partners’ expertise closer to where it is needed and provides information in user-friendly formats for frontline responders and decision-makers. The platform…

  • Google Analytics

    Google Analytics

    Google Analytics is one of the most popular digital analytics software. It is Google’s free web analytics service that allows you to analyze in-depth detail about the visitors on your website which provides valuable insights that can help you to shape the success strategy of your business. Today, almost all the businesses have an online presence…

  • Animaker


    Animaker is an online do-it-yourself (#DIY) animation video maker that brings studio quality presentations within everyone’s reach. Animated Videos, Done Right!

  • GraphicSprings


    A logo maker application that enables non-designers to create beautiful logos, whether that’s for an entrepreneurial venture, school project, presentation or charitable cause. Another element available in the online interface is the ability to design graphics to use for digital badges (like the badges used in #EmTech).   GraphicSprings How to Edit Logo Graphic –…

  • Teachly


    Teachly, developed at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS),  is a platform designed to help educators create a more effective and inclusive classroom to provide insight into teaching to be able to work towards providing an equitable learning space for all.   Teachly

  • Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME)

    Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME)

    The Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME) is a web-based program designed for use in higher education to promote SMARTER Teamwork prepares students to function effectively in teams and supports faculty as they manage their students’ group and team experiences. As an instructor, CATME can help you to: Gather information from students and provide…

  • What is a Cognitive Tool for Learning?

    What is a Cognitive Tool for Learning?

    The idea of a cognitive tool or ‘mind tool’ was popularized in the 1990s by David Jonassen. It explains that not all educational technologies are beneficial for learning. According to this concept, only educational technologies that help us learn more deeply than before are beneficial. Definition We usually think of an educational technology as a…

  • Survey Anyplace

    Survey Anyplace

    Free online survey tool for students and teachers. Also build quizzes, assessments, and calculators. There are plenty of survey tools out there. But to really make the most out of those tools, you’ll need a paying version. Not with Survey Anyplace, students and teachers are offered a professional license.   Survey Anyplace

  • Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

    Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

    This full-length (1 hr.) documentary focuses on the need for open access to research and science, questions the rationale behind the $25.2 billion a year that flows into for-profit academic publishers, examines the 35-40% profit margin associated with the top academic publisher Elsevier and looks at how that profit margin is often greater than some…


    VEED is a feature-rich online video editing platform for both pro and budding content creators. VEED works directly in the browser and does not require downloading any software. VEED is a simple video editor with many features such as video editing, screen recording, video conversion and compression, AI Video, AI Avatars, and more! With the…

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