Category Archives: Tool Review

Sharing my love of reading on Goodreads

Lately, I have been spending a lot of time in Goodreads. Goodreads is a social platform where you can share what you are reading with friends and the public. Right now, I have over 500 books listed on Goodreads. Read the rest of this entry

How to improve your road trips using an app called Road Trippers

This summer, Bernadette and I finally had a chance to vacation together. We took a trip to Nashville, TN, in part, to attend a CAP conference. However, a large part of the trip was dedicated to traveling and seeing museums and nature. To plan our trip, we used a program called Roadtrippers. I thought this was a wonderful little program that allowed us to work together as we decided which places we wanted to see. During the trip, it helped us navigate to those places. Roadtrippers also has a collection of travel guides for recommended places to see. Read the rest of this entry

My Learning Battle Cards Have Arrived!

My Learning Battle Cards Have Arrived!Well, today started out pretty good. In the mail, I received my learning battle cards. I am pretty excited about the product. The cards are well designed and well thought out. Let me tell you  a little bit more about them. Read the rest of this entry

Accessing Zotero from an iPad? It’s now possible.



As many of you already know, I am a huge fan of Zotero. I announced when they created access from browsers other than FireFox, and I also announced when they created a standalone client for the desktop. Well, there is now an iPad app that allows you to access Zotero, it is called ZotPad. From a preliminary assessment of the application, I already like it. Read the rest of this entry

Hart releases top 100 tools for learning #netlit

Top 100Each year, I wait with excitement for Jane Hart’s Top 100 Tools for Learning. She just released it and I am pleased to see that I am using the top 10 tools on a regular basis.  Read the rest of this entry