In this episode, Jason Carroll from Texthelp joins to share lots of tips for using digital documents with students. You’ll also hear about activities using digital documents in all subject areas including math, science, and plenty of English Language Arts connections!
Today’s episode is titled “Must-Try Tips for Using Digital Documents with Students – Bonus Episode with Texthelp” I’m really excited to chat with Jason Carroll today and for you to hear our conversation all about using digital documents with students in all subject areas. You’ll hear some math tips I mention a science activity and plenty of English language arts connections. Let’s dive into today’s episode!
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Tips for Digital Documents
- First, reflect on your current workflow.
- Next, turn favorite resources into digital texts.
- Then, determine how accessible your documents are before sharing.
- Finally, promote collaboration with digital tools.
Sponsored by Texthelp
This episode is sponsored by Texthelp and their newest tool, OrbitNote. OrbitNote is a web app that allows you to transform and interact with digital documents on a completely different level. WIth tools such as audio notes, text-to-speech, freehand drawing, highlighters, and a new single click OCR feature, OrbitNote is your one-stop-shop for reading, editing and collaborating in PDFs. And to make collaboration even easier, OrbitNote works in both Chrome and Edge browsers, is available for both Google and Microsoft users, and works with Schoology and Google Classroom. To try all of the features in OrbitNote free for 30 days, visit text.help/CTT
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