360 Images Made Easy with Google Cardboard Camera

I have lamented before about how I do not have a 360o camera. In fact, I complained about it extensively in my Google VR Tour Creator post. It makes it difficult to hop on the 360o image bandwagon and create VR experiences. However, I did find that the Google Cardboard Camera app that helps to … Read more

Travel the World with Google VR Tour Creator

Virtual field trips are my new obsession. I love them. They curb my wanderlust just a little. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at creating my own but my lack of a 360 camera makes it difficult. And, no matter how much I beg, no one will buy me one. (Not sure what I’m … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 26 VideoNot.es

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 26: VideoNot.es If you use videos in your classroom in any way, you need to check out VideoNot.es. VideoNot.es is an open source notetaking tool that integrates into Google Drive. Load any online video into VideoNot.es and takes notes as you watch. Your video notes are time-stamped and synced to the video. Notes are … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 18 QR Codes and Google Forms

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 18: QR Codes and Pre-filled Google Forms Today’s tool is not a tool but a tip for a tool most of you already use mashed with a tip for another tool you already use. In simple words, how to create QR codes that open a Google form with pre-filled fields. Why would you want … Read more

30 Tools in 30 Days: Day 11 Awesome Table

30 Edtech Tools in 30 Days

Day 11: Awesome Table While working on a project for work this week, I was on the hunt for a way to take data from a Google spreadsheet and display it in a dynamic leaderboard. I know that I could have just spiffed up my Google Sheet, but I was looking for something more dramatic. My … Read more