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Twitter as a Teaching Tool

How the 140-character social networker can help teachers and students. GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Gover and Caitlyn Selleck Twitter has been making headlines in 2013, and not just because of its IPO. It serves as a tool for educators … Continue reading

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Research Ready

A pair of cyber librarians share lessons learned from a 3,000-person survey. GUEST COLUMN | by Caity Selleck and Emily Gover As the two information literacy librarians here at Imagine Easy Solutions, the company behind educational products like EasyBib and … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | EasyBib for Students and Teachers

Among the largest and most popular online bibliographic composition tools (it was used by over 33 million students last year), EasyBib is a great resource for students and educators. They estimate they’ve saved students over 162,884,800 minutes of research time. … Continue reading

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