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Conquering InfoClutter: Timesaving Technology Solutions for Teachers

by Meghan Ormiston Corwin Press
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Hbk 200 pages
AU$127.00 NZ$132.17
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Quickly find information online, organize and repurpose electronic files, maximize email communication, share information, and integrate technology into the curriculum.

Conquering InfoClutter
Sharing to Save Time
Speeding Up Internet Navigation
Organizing to Conquer the InfoClutter
Managing Technology in the Classroom
Publishing Globally
Assessing with Technology
Connecting Home and School
Integrating Technology and Curriculum

Infoclutter ÂȘa great term to describe the information overload we experience each day! This book provides us with practical tips and tricks for learning to manage this information for a variety of purposes, from personal productivity to information literacy, for an audience of teachers, students, and parents. From the Foreword by Kathy Schrock Conquering Infoclutter is a splendid resource for educators, researchers, students, and anyone else struggling to stay afloat in a sea of computerized data in this Age of the Internet. Midwest Book Review, January 2004 'This book shows us practical ways to use e-mail and the Internet to communicate within the district, within the school, and with parents. Throughout the book, the information is practical and easily understandable, even by those of us with limited technology skills.' Principal Magazine, September/October 2005