Online program helps teachers, students manage digital work

01/21/2013 | School Library Journal

Teacher-librarian Joyce Valenza in this blog post highlights a Web-based program called Edcanvas that helps teachers and students organize work by dragging and dropping resources from a computer or the Internet -- such as videos, links or files -- into "tile" templates in the program. The program also allows teachers to create a classroom file in which multiple students can create projects.

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