o365: How to Find Synced OneDrive Files on a Mac

Now that you have synced your OneDrive files on your MAC, you may be wondering how to find them.  Once it is fully synced, you will find the OneDrive icon in the upper right part of your screen, just as you see in this image. I have a large OneDrive Library, so mine took quite …

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RefME

Scan your book or journal barcodes to easily acquire and generate references in seconds using your phone's camera.  You can reference any source: books, articles, webpages, videos, newspaper, legislation, artwork and more!  It includes over 7,500 reference styles (who knew there were that many to begin with), including APA and MLA.   BV folks, you can …

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StoryBird

StoryBird is a WEB2oOL that reverses visual storytelling by starting with the image and then unveiling the story.  Students can explore artists, get inspired and then write.  The books can be shared by link (like below), embed code or social media. https://storybird.com/about/ Picture Book Example: http://storybird.com/books/something-new-for-bettina-barcue/ Chapter Book Example: http://storybird.com/chapters/sameness-in-small-amounts/1/ Basic Instructions on how to …

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Google Cultural Institute

Bring the world to your classroom.  With this site, you can discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around the world.  Explore cultural treasures in extraordinary detail, from hidden gems to masterpieces. You can even create, save and share galleries with friends. Visit the site here:  https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/home BVWTIS overview of the site: Overview …

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