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Many of the web tools and services that we use in our personal and professional lives don’t cost us anything. From Twitter to Google Apps to Wikipedia, we’ve become accustomed to not paying money for most of what we do on the internet. And that includes teaching and learning resources and sites we may use with our students.
Prompt: Write a post about free web tools.
Here are some ideas or topics you may wish to include:
- Share your absolute favorite free web tool and discuss why
- Write a ‘how-to’ post on using a free tool
- Do a review in a category of multiple free web tools – for example, compare 3 web tools for photo editing
- Discuss any thoughts or experiences you have about free web services
- Talk about a time when a free service you were using shut down
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