Ed Tech Pro

During the 1960s space race the U.S. needed a device that would write in zero gravity, so they spent a million dollars developing a nitrogen pressurized, tungsten tipped, pen.  A marvel of calligraphical engineering.          The Russians used a pencil.

It shouldn’t be about the technology, it’s always about the solution.

What’s happening in Ed Tech

Each week I skim through a range of education and tech feeds to give you an update on current issues and innovations.  I also post up my latest “How To” guides and reviews.  

Happy Relaunch Day

Happy Relaunch Day

I've been blogging about teaching, learning and technology for a number of years. A couple of years ago my job changed and the old eLearning Meandering edtech blog was unfortunately sidelined. Well, I'm relaunching the blog on a new site, EdTech Pro. I'll also post...

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Shoestring review of some OMR software

We've been using Remark Office for a while to mark the MCQ component of our mid semester and final year exams.     Remark is probably the most commonly mentioned program when you go hunting on the net, and for good reason, it is a very good program.  Unfortunately...

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Password management

I have a small truckload of passwords Keepass is the one that many password managers Tech Geeks recommend Because the password database is on your computer not in the cloud, Keepass can be a bit fiddly if you use multiple computers.  There is a work around using...

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