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#173 What is a Browser?

Using a web browser is how you access the web on your computer to visit websites, check your email and watch funny cats on YouTube. You will be using a web browser to read this post. However, if I asked you right now, would you be able to tell me which browser you are using?… Continue reading #173 What is a Browser?

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#163 Infographics and Visual Ideas with Easelly

Easelly is a great free web 2 (and iPad app) that allows you to create stunning infographics and other visual ideas.  There’s 1000’s of templates and images for you to use. It’s a sure way to impress and to make a picture say a thousand words. Featured image By Intel Free Press [CC BY 2.0],… Continue reading #163 Infographics and Visual Ideas with Easelly

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#104 Getting started with Diigo: Adding an extension to your browser

Diigo is a great tool for research. It allows you to bookmark and tag pages and share with groups. One of the best features is the ability to highlight a web page and add sticky notes. Once you’ve created yourself a free account, download the Diigo extension to your chosen browser to start curating. Watch how to here…… Continue reading #104 Getting started with Diigo: Adding an extension to your browser