Friday, April 27, 2012



This twitter feed relates to using social media in society, business, government, and the workplace. Marketing teachers will love the use of up to date information on leading trends in social marketing for use in the classroom.


Thursday, April 26, 2012

Scroll to the top

I am sure that over the years your digital music collection has continued to grow. It makes it that much harder to scroll through your music looking for the just right song. On iPhone, iPad, and iTouch products simply tap the clock at the top of the screen to automatically send you to the start of your list. This trick works for emails, contacts, and websites.


Wednesday, April 25, 2012

My Retirement Paycheck


Find a simple explanation on how your retirement will work for you. It is never too early to think about your retirement and the National Endowment for Financial Education has created a website that is easy to understand.


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Get your mind “Unstuck”

App Name: Unstuck

Have you ever faced a challenge in your life and were unsure of your next step? This app features an in-the-moment approach to overcoming obstacles in life. Answer a series of questions to find out what kind of stuck moment you are having. Unstuck provides positive and rewarding ways to look at any impediments in your life.


Monday, April 23, 2012

Search the National Archives

App Name: DocsTeach

Website: is an online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives. On the web site, you will discover thousands of primary sources and learning activities. When registered for a free account, teachers can borrow from and modify an ever-expanding collection of activities, plus create unique ones using the online tools. Log in and create classrooms full of activities, then share the classroom’s auto generated code with your students to access on their iPads. Share the unique code from your classroom with your students so they can find and complete just the activities you have chosen or prepared for them.