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The posts throughout August have chronicled  my personal organizational system and how it has changed from high school to now. In particular, you have read about very recent changes as a result of changing Smartphones from BlackBerry to Android, and...
The last two posts are important in understanding this one. In January 2002, I moved from a paper-based organizational system to a digital one using Outlook synced to a Palm. Ever since, Outlook has taken responsibility for housing each of...
This post is intended for those who attended one of my sessions at the Fort Bend Leadership Institute. iGoogle If you are interested in adding to your iGoogle page some of the same gadgets I have on mine, here is...
iGoogle has been my homepage for six years. Every time my browser opens, I see my dashboard of tools. It’s always the same from device to device. I can log into it from any computer. If I make a change,...
Thanks to those who participated in the Get Organized! webinar series these past 3 Tuesdays. Also thanks to Justin Baeder, Director of The Principal Center for hosting this series. This post serves as a follow-up to the series, and especially...
Thanks to everyone who attended one of my sessions at the Alabama National Board Certified Teacher Network Conference. This post recaps the sessions and “where we go from here.”   Handouts If you did not download handouts prior to the...
If you participated in the Eye on Education webinar, “Free Tech Tools for a More Productive New Year,” this post is a follow-up. Staying Connected If you liked what you heard and would like more, here are several ways you...
For over a decade, my Day-Timer and I were inseparable. After a great deal of thought, I made the switch and went digital. Outlook became the tool which managed my life. The Palm became the “satellite” that allowed me to...