Author: Sensory Edge

Kids and Tech: Using Technology as a Teaching Tool

 The definition of the word “learning” has changed over the past year and we all know the reason. Earlier, when one sought to learn something he/she learned to share a room with people who already know about the thing but looking forward to how drastically the circumstances have changed recently, learning isn’t the same anymore. Nowadays, one can learn about anything from the comfort of his/her house. Listed below is an elaborate explanation of certain famous learning tools that are a boon to both students and teachers. PDFs ( Portable Document Format Files):      The concept of PDFs is no stranger to any student all over the world. PDFs come in quite handy to both students and teachers especially in a time like this where stepping out of our houses amounts to putting our lives at stake. PDFs can be downloaded, used to share the virtual copies of the textbooks, classwork, homework, or any notes prepared for any purpose even other than studying. A single PDF can contain a whole book using very little storage and as they are stored in devices like our Phones, Laptops, computers, etc. they are just a click away. So, all you need is some study material that you can convert to PDF, and it would be easy from thereon. Additionally, students should know how to use zip file openers, since many times it...

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The Libraries Transform Campaign

The Libraries Transform Campaign, an initiative of the American Library Association (ALA), is designed to increase public awareness of the value, impact and services provided by libraries and library professionals. The campaign will ensure there is one clear, energetic voice for the profession, providing library advocates with adaptable tools to showcase for the public the transformative nature of today’s libraries and elevating the critical role libraries play in the digital age.               Why care about libraries. Hey we can get all we need from a smartphone right? Not exactly. Because 5 million students...

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