Let Students Cheat — The Synapse — Medium
When so much information is out there, and we have high speed internet with which to rapidly access it, are we reinventing the wheel by trying to memorize a large chunk? What sort of decisions do we have to make as educators [and learners] to prioritize which type of knowledge is worth memorizing and which to delegate to Siri?
Understanding Wikipedia in 3 Clicks — Medium
What resources do you use to teach students about Wikipedia? Can we finally just except that it has replaced the encyclopedia of yesteryears and even maybe…just maybe…..this one’s better!
Gratisography: Free high-resolution photos
“Free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects.
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All pictures were photographed by Ryan McGuire and free of copyright restrictions.”
The Pattern Library
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Stock photos that don’t suck — Medium
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