Small Pic / Left Sidebar

Thanks to the new leaders who participated Thursday’s Academy. Wednesday evening, I will draw for a copy of Get Organized!: Time Management for School Leaders. To be eligible, do one of the following four things: Leave a comment on any...
We are nearing the end of summer vacation. In schools everywhere, new people are being hired to replace those who have left. Every business experiences transition. How does the new hire approach the new position, especially if the shoes left...
A week ago, I wrote about my impressions of Gmail’s new tabbed view. After giving it a try, I found it gave me more places I had to look before being assured I had handled all of my email. Since...
July has been an incredible month, and there is much more to come. The response at the University of North Alabama Regional Inservice was overwhelming. The “5Keys” session was full and had a healthy waiting list. We had people who...
One of my least favorite activities is talking to telemarketers (who somehow can always sense when have just sat down to a meal). One solution is to get on the “National Do Not Call Registry.” That can be done by...
A little over a month ago, Google rolled out its new Gmail inbox. The design allows the user to have multiple tabs across the top of the inbox. Gmail would automatically sort various types of emails into the correct tab....
Is your filing cabinet a trusted friend or a dreaded foe? Can you quickly put your hands on documents, or do you stack them on top for fear that they will disappear into a black hole if you open one...
I have quickly become a fan of Google Search. This 7.5 minute video shows the capabilities coming shortly to Chrome and currently present in Google Now for your mobile devices. The video is part of the Google I/O Keynote from...
When I talk about the “Signature Tool” in my workshops, I lean heavily on the digital side. In addition, being able to access the calendar, to-do list, contacts, notes, and email from anywhere is crucial. We have to be able...
Edupreneur is a site for educators who have made the leap, or want to make the leap, into writing, consulting, or other endeavors outside the traditional classroom setting. I am pleased to be featured in this profile. The interview provides...