Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education.

6 Educational Android Apps to Help with Learning English

In response to requests from some of our readers here in EdTech and mLearning asking about recommendations for Android apps to learn English, we went ahead and curated for you the list below. It... more

3 Good Screen Recorders Integrated with Google Drive

Here are 3 excellent tools you can use to record your screen and share your screencasts with others. The great thing about these tools is that they are integrated with Google Drive meaning your... more

Two Easy Ways to Search Attached Files in Your Emails

If you are like me and have tons of attachments buried within your Gmail emails then you will definitely find the tips below helpful. These are two good and easy ways to assist you quickly search for... more

Here Is A Good Google Sheets Add-on for Teachers

We are huge fans of Google add-ons created by Amit Agarwal from Digital Inspiration for they have proved time and again their efficacy. In today’s post we are sharing with you one of his recent... more

10 Educational Windows Apps for Teachers

Educational Windows apps are underrepresented in our reviews here in EdTech and mLearning, a limitation which we are seriously planning to address this year. Over the last few months we have received... more

Some of The Best Tools for Creating Surveys and Polls in Class

Over the last few months we have reviewed a number of interesting web tools and mobile apps teachers can use to collect students feedback. And as we have argued elsewhere, access to students feedback... more

Two Good Web Tools to Easily Generate Citations in Different Formats

In today’s post we are sharing with you two interesting citation generators from Chegg students can use to help them with crediting the sources they include in their research papers. These tools... more

Some Good Web Tools to Help Students Enhance Their Writing Skills

As a fan of the digital writing workshop, I believe that when teaching writing teachers should focus primarily on the process and only secondarily on the product. Such a focus can help students... more

Here Are Some of The Best Audiobook Apps for Teachers and Students

If you enjoy and love reading, you should definitely consider these apps. These are audiobooks apps you can easily fit into those contexts where ‘traditional’ forms of reading are just not feasible.... more

Master the Art of Visual Note Taking with These Excellent Guides

Visuals have a strong appeal to our cognitive abilities. Our brains tend to quickly process visually represented information. We also seem to exhibit less difficulties when it comes to remembering... more

Have You Tried out These EdTech Tools?

In keeping with our goal of introducing teachers and educators to the state-of-art educational technology tools and platforms, here is a list of some notable websites we culled out from the piles of... more

A Collection of Practical iPad Tips for Teachers

iPad has tons of awesome features that can help you make the best of this versatile tool in both your professional and personal life. In today’s post we are sharing this collection of iPad tips we... more

Explore the World of MarTech

"MarTech (short for marketing technology) refers to marketing initiatives that use new technologies to power their campaigns and efforts. It is a fast-growing industry with upward growth projected... more

Create Beautiful Resumes with This Handy Tool

Resumes are key in showcasing one’s skills and abilities to prospective employers and as such they require scrupulous attention to details when designing them. The strength of a resume lies in two... more

5 Helpful Google Drive Extensions for Teachers

After we have seen how to use Google Drive to collaborate work among various participants, we are sharing with you this collection of handy Chrome extensions to use with your Google Drive. You can... more

5 Collaborative Features Teachers Using Google Drive Should Know about

Google Drive is in a continuous flux in terms of the functionalities and built-in features it offers to its users. A great deal of these features are especially useful for us in education. In this... more

A Handy Google Extension for Teachers

Shortcuts for Google is a great Chrome extension you can use to easily access all of your favourite Google services from a ‘space-saving popup’. I have been using this extension for a while now and I... more

Here Is A Good Digital Story Telling Tool for Students

StoryWeaver is an educational platform that draws on collaborative team work to develop ‘a rich digital repository of diverse children’s stories from Pratham Books.’ The purpose of this project is to... more

Some Very Good Websites to Help Develop Students Reading Skills

Today's post features some of the best educational websites to help your students develop strong reading skills. They (websites) provide access to a treasure trove of resources, lessons plans,... more

a Good Interactive Digital Curation Tool for Teachers and Students

Webjets is a new information management tool we discovered through a post by Larry Ferlazzo. Webjets provides you with an intuitive platform where you can collect, save and organize digital content.... more