Tag Archives: EasyBib

Strength in Understanding

Driving new edtech through student data analysis. GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Gover Many educators on Twitter often ask about who develops ed tech, but more importantly, why and how. What is the motivation? Why build one tool over another? … Continue reading

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Information Literate

What 10,000 students and 1,200 librarians told us about research skills.  GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Gover and Michele Kirschenbaum The education landscape is constantly changing. Understanding the inner-workings of a student’s mind is a challenge, and is vitally important … Continue reading

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7 Apps to Survive Finals Season

We know finals can be a stressful time for students. Thankfully, the answer to surviving exams season is not out of reach. There are hundreds of apps available for your phone or tablet that promise to help these last few … Continue reading

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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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