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Archive for January, 2015 [ 2 ]

Creating an Office Sway

Creating an Office Sway

I recently had an opportunity to experiment with Office Sway, a cloud based application that allows users to create, share, and embed newsletters and presentations.  Sample Sways can be found at https://sway.com/1pY2XHf5gnp2hm2g and https://sway.com/UDpr4DcCcEvnAAQk My first impression of Sway is an easy to use tool that is cross platform compatible across multiple devices. Setting up my first Sway was an easy process. Users can add and manage existing work with a few simple clicks. Once you get started, the interface is much more […]

Collaborative Feedback Using OneNote

Collaborative Feedback Using OneNote

Business students are now in the process of completing their final summative evaluations. Learners are using personal technology devices to encourage idea sharing and constructive feedback using familiar forms of mobile technology. My goal is to extend learning outside the traditional classroom. Introduction to Business (grade 9) and Entrepreneurship (grade 10) are the two current courses that will be using OneNote. The final summative evaluation (FSE) will require grade 9 students to design, build, and market a product. Grade 10 […]

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