by Minnia Feng MSEN Community Manager
In today’s classroom, many things may be digitized and live on a screen, but there’s still an undeniable value in the power of exploring ideas through writing. With inking, this was made possible in the digital realm, but what about if you’re leading a brainstorm session with your kids in class and capture some amazing ideas on a whiteboard or chalkboard that you don’t want to lose?
Enter Office Lens for OneNote.
With this awesome mobile app, you pretty much have a scanner in your pocket that not only captures but cleans up images to save in your notes.… Visit the author's original post
by Minnia Feng, MSEN Community Manager
“Literacy is not a luxury, it is a right and a responsibility. If our world is to meet the challenges of the 21st century we must harness the energy and creativity of all our citizens.”
Former President of the United States Bill Clinton made these remarks 20 years ago on International Literacy Day. The words were true then and are even truer now as the world faces more and more difficult challenges.
Teachers are a huge part of that initiative to bring literacy to all.… Visit the author's original post