(By Jeff Dunn)

A Must-Have Guide To Google In Education

Google is a whole lot more than searching and gmail. It has a detailed list of resources perfect for any teacher, student, or administrator looking to enhance their education experience. From grants to videos to lesson plan search, there’s a lot to see here. This course will cover how to find all the nooks and crannies of information on Google In Education.

5 Powerful But Little-Known Ways To Use Your Apple iPad

The folks at EdTechTeacher like to explore the flexibility, versatility, and mobility of iPads that make them a phenomenal learning tool. In this course, they focus on five ways to use these devices to consume, create, and curate.

10 Free Web Tools Teachers Should Try Out

In this course, we walk through 10 of the most popular and useful web tools available today. From a free way to write your own blog to monitoring classroom behaviour, these tools should help you do a whole lot more in a lot less time. Each lessons is a quick walk-through of the tool as well as a few ideas on how to use it in your classroom or school.

The Beginner’s Guide To Pinterest

Pinterest is one of the fastest-growing social networks in the world. It’s big for a reason: it’s useful and has a devoted following of people pinning resources that you should probably know about. Here’s a very basic guide to Pinterest – perfect for any beginner wondering what all the pinning fuss is about!

The Beginner’s Guide To Learnist

Learnist is one of the hot education-oriented social networks you should know about. If you’re a teacher, student, administrator, or anyone who wants to learn while browsing the web, you should know about Learnist.

The Beginner’s Guide To The Apple iPad

This is a basic course on what you should know about the Apple iPad before using it. From what each button means to how to group your apps into folders, this is the absolute first course you should take if you’re still new to the iPad.

The Beginner’s Guide To Facebook

Facebook dominates the web. It’s the most-visited social network by a large margin and has more than a billion users. Quite a feat for something started out of a Harvard dorm room. But the past is history and it’s time to figure out how to use Facebook to help you make a better life for yourself. That’s the Modern Lessons goal, after all. So let’s take a look at the basic ways to use Facebook that might help you out.

The Beginner’s Guide To WordPress

In this course we dive into the basics of one of the most powerful web platforms available. WordPress is used by millions of companies, blogs, and other organisations because it’s reliable, well thought out, and updated on a regular basis. In fact, Modern Lessons is even built on WordPress (to give you an idea about just how far you can take it).

The Beginner’s Guide To Google

Google is just about everywhere when you’re online. Heck, even when you’re offline! So we thought it would be useful to showcase a few Google videos on how to use their software for email, videos, and more.

The Beginner’s Guide To YouTube

In this course, you’ll learn the most important ways to properly use YouTube. From the safe search option to how to download videos, there’s plenty in here for newbies, teachers, students, and lifelong learners of any age. Whether you’ve never used YouTube, watched a cat video or two, or are already uploading videos, this course is perfect for you!

Culled from edudemic.com