There are some great plagiarism tools for teachers, some paid and some free. Below is the best free and paid plagiarism tools for teachers (plus a bonus Google Add-on). Free image on flickr.com The ability to find, assimilate and produce your own work is becoming increasingly hard for students and the temptation to plagiarise is…Read More
This UTB show features Bharath Madhusudan, one of the co-founders of Securly. He’ll talk about the common misconception of Web Filtering. He finds the concept of web filtering to be so 20th Century and so they don’t normally think of themselves as a web filter anymore. Find out more what he means by that by watching this show.Read More
In this video, we will introduce you to 3 awesome chrome extensions that help you interact with content on a websiteRead More
Does your IT Support company think that they are there to support I.T or teaching and learning?
Here is how you can tell and what to do about itRead More
Here is an easy to use quote creation tool.
The best thing about it is that you don’t need to be creative to make your quotes look great!Read More
If you have a Google password, you may have heard that a number of usernames and passwords were leaked by a third party company.
It is a good reminder that we shouldn’t take internet security for granted.
In this post we show you what can you [practically] do to keep your password safeRead More
Is your internet playing up, or is it a problem with the website?
Here is how to find out quicklyRead More
I am excited to announce the Using Technology Better Conference being held in Sydney and Adelaide at the end of September. The Using Technology Better Conference has been designed with the classroom teacher in mind. Most technology conferences have participants choose 1 elective every hour. As a result most teachers leave feeling inspired but completely overwhelmed…Read More
If your school is using Google Apps, then you need to discover why so many schools insist on using Teacher Dashboard by Hapara.
Watch the recording with Lenva from Hapara as we discuss everything from why schools are lining up to use Teacher Dashboard through to how to use Google Sites as e-portfolios
Google Forms just received another great update. When you create a Google form, you can randomise the order that the answers are presented. This is great for people who are concerned that the order that the answers are presented in might skew the results or be biased in some way. Here is how you set…Read More