Category Archives: Tarheelreader.org

TarHeelReader.org – new features

Just a quick post, here’s a short screen share showing off some of the new features of the new TarHeelReader.org. Patrick Share this Do you know somebody else who would find this post interesting or useful? Please forward it to … Continue reading

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The New TarHeelReader

Any reader of this site will know how much I love TarHeelReader.org and Gary Bishop is releasing a big update.  The new Tar Heel Reader is available for testing.  The new Tar Heel Reader features an updated, easy to use interface, … Continue reading

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ICE 2013 – Differentiation Using Cloud Apps

ICE 2013 is around the corner and it is time to register!  If you are in the Chicagoland area between Feb . 26 – Mar. 1 I encourage you to check out the the offerings.  I have been accepted to … Continue reading

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Building an eBook Library

I’ve just gotten my first iPad in my classroom, and while I’ve been blogging about their potential for quite a while, I’m truly seeing their amazing possibilities.  One area I’ve found to be especially useful is in create an eBook … Continue reading

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Tarheelreader Update

One of my favorite websites to use with students Tarheelreader.org has made an exciting update!  Books created on the site will now play on iOS devices.  As of right now the books will play on any iOS device running the 4.2 version softw… Continue reading

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Bridging the Literacy Gap

I had the opportunity to speak today at ATIA in Chicago.  My presentation was titled “Bridging the Literacy Gap”.  I have posted the prezi (one of my favorite tools!) for anyone to view – http://bit.ly/bridgingtheliteracygap.  Please fe… Continue reading

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