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Use Twitter as a Learning Tool

Depending on how you use it, Twitter can be an incredible time-waster or a useful resource.  Because you’re reading this blog, I assume you’re interested in learning about technology. Why not use Twitter as a tool to further your learning? In this post, you’ll find a curated list of Twitter accounts that regularly share links to… Read more »

Using Office 365 at IU

IU students, faculty, and staff can now access Office 365 at no cost. Office 365 provides multiple options for accessing Office 2016 for Windows and OS X.  You can download the Office applications to your desktop and use cloud-based Office Online apps, and mobile apps for your smartphone or tablet.  You can install Office on… Read more »

The Best Apps for Taking Notes

Whether you’re taking notes on a computer or on a mobile device, there are tons of applications out there to help you find a process that works for you. Taking notes should be smooth, simple, and should work well with your learning style. Applications are a great way to take notes, and here are a… Read more »

Pros & Cons of Using Different Types of Cloud Storage at IU

This is the first in a series of articles that will appear over the next few months as part of the Go Paperless initiative at Indiana University. There are many different cloud storage solutions on the market today. Some of them are officially supported by Indiana University. A cloud service is usually a storage and/or… Read more »