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#376 Hemingway Editor: Make your writing bold and clear

The Hemingway Editor is a nifty little web based app (there is also a desktop version too) that can help you or your students with any text-based assignment. You simply copy and paste a passage of text into the web page and the app gives you a score based on the readability of your passage.… Continue reading #376 Hemingway Editor: Make your writing bold and clear

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#353 Drag and drop URLs into a Dropbox folder

Did you know that you can save a website URL to a Dropbox folder? Well now you do! This is really useful to keep all your resources in one place. No more saving your files in one place and your bookmarks in another! It’s really easy and will help you keep your files, folders and… Continue reading #353 Drag and drop URLs into a Dropbox folder

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#337 Create a quiz with Google Forms [4/4]: Sharing your quiz with students

This is the last in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at how to share your quiz with your students and how you can embed it into a web page. Featured image: “Sharing” by ryancr is licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0

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#333 Create a quiz with Google Forms [3/4]: Viewing the results

This is the third in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at how you can view the results and download them to a Google sheet.

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#325 Create a quiz with Google Forms [2/4]: Exploring the different types of questions

This is the second in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at the different type of quiz questions that you can create as well as the different elements you can insert into the quiz itself such as images, videos and section breaks.

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#317 Create a quiz with Google Forms [1/4]: Getting started

We’ve already looked at how to create a survey using Google Forms (#23 Creating surveys with Google Forms). Now you can use Google Forms to create a quiz! This is the first in a short series of posts on how to get started, a look at the different questions, how to view the responses and… Continue reading #317 Create a quiz with Google Forms [1/4]: Getting started

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#301 Instapaper [2/2]: More cool things you can do with Instapaper

There are lots of other cool things that you can do with Instapaper and this post will give you a whistle-stop tour. However, as mentioned in our introduction to Instagram, some of these features are only available in Premium. Featured image: “Things I Would Rather Read On Paper” by thoughtwax is licence CC BY-NC 2.0