Managing Browser Tabs

Tabbed Browsing As a teacher we frequently need to multi-task what we are doing on the internet. We need a tab open for our email, the gradebook, Google and any other projects we are working on. Frequently I am going back and forth between two particular tabs. Pull a...

Scrolling Text in Your Presentation

Today at the OC CUE TechFest event the keynote speaker Catlin Tucker included video screencasts in her slide deck. This was particularly clever as it allows her to demonstrate navigating a website without being held hostage to the internet availability or speed. It...

Control X – You are not using it, but you should be.

  You may be familiar with the keyboard shortcuts Control C to copy and Control V to paste. But what is Control X?   Those first 4 keys on the bottom row of the keyboard are the most essential. The X stands for CUT. Highlight a word, sentence or paragraph....

Trick for Handling a Lengthy Google Doc

As part of my doctoral studies I am finding myself writing papers that are multiple pages in length. I find I need to be at different parts of the document at the same time. Such as the section I am working on and the citations at the bottom. Rather than engaging in a...

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