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Free Online PDF Tools for Educators

I’m always on the lookout for new EdTech tools to share with educators. So when the folks at PDF Candy reached out to me this winter, I was ready to learn more about their website. They provide a platform that is totally free and helps you accomplish a wide range of goals. PDF Candy is […]

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6 Things You Can Do with a PDF this School Year

What type of tools do you use in the classroom to interact with text and stay organized? Earlier this year the folks at Wondershare reached out to me. I was interested in learning more about PDFelement 6, a PDF editor that provides lots of options for teachers and students. Like many folks in education, I’ve […]

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Reading on Digital Devices: Use Annotation to Push Student Thinking

The world of education has changed greatly with the introduction of tablet technology. Students can interact with content in a completely new way, and teachers are adapting to these changes. When students read on a digital device, the experience of reading is altered. Highlighters, sticky notes, and index cards are no longer the default study […]

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MergePDF Online: Easy Tool For Multiple File Types

MergePDF Online is a useful online tool that lets teachers combine multiple documents to create one PDF.  On this site, you can merge PDF and image files (JPG, PNG & BMP) into a single PDF.  If you are putting together documents for your school you can even add a watermark to your final merged PDF pages.  Whether […]

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Easy Annotate: Simple & Dynamic Annotation App

Easy Annotate is a fantastic annotation app for iPads that gives teachers and students a simple and dynamic way to interact with documents.  Users can upload PDF documents to Easy Annotate for side-by-side editing.  Easy Annotate lets students highlight, write, and take notes all over documents.  It’s a great choice for researchers and readers interacting […]

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iAnnotate Lets Educators & Students Annotate PDFs on iPad

I’m a big fan of iAnnotate – it’s an app that I use personally and professionally and if you work with PDFs you’ll definitely want to check it out!  Teachers and students are seeing the benefit of going paperless, especially when deciding whether or not to print huge PDF documents just so they can highlight […]

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Easily Annotate PDFs in Your Classroom This Year

For teachers and students looking to mark up a text on their iPad, Easy Annotate is worth checking out.  This iPad app lets users look at two PDF documents at once for side by side viewing, editing and linking.  Easy Annotate gives you the power to highlight, mark, underline, cross-out, draw, and add notes to […]

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