Showing posts with label Education. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Education. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms

Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms
Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms 

Online Courses & ScreencastsProgramming Books (Free)
JavaScriptCode AcademyLearn StreetCode CombatCode AvengersEloquent JavaScriptJavaScript GuideSpeaking JSJS The Right WayOh My JSCanvassing
HTML & CSSCode AcademyDon’t Fear The InternetTutsplusLearn LayoutA to Z CSSDashWeb AccessibilityThe Hello WorldKhan AcademyHTML5 from ScratchMozillaDive into HTML520 Things I LearnedHTML DogHTML & CSSHTML5 for DesignersDOM EnlightenmentHTML Canvas
jQueryCode AcademyTutsplusCode SchooljQuery FundamentalsLearn jQuery
PythonCode AcademyGoogleLearn StreetPython TutorIHeartPYPython for You and Me,  Dive into PythonLearn Python the Hard WayThink PythonPython for FunTango with DjangoDjango
Ruby & Ruby on RailsCode AcademyTryRubyCode LearnRailscastsRubymonkLearn StreetWhy’s (Poignant) Guide to RubyLearn Ruby the Hard WayLearn to ProgramLearn Rails by Example
PHPCode AcademyPHP ProgrammingPractical PHP
Also see: How to Learn Regular Expressions (RegEx)
Google Apps ScriptGetting StartedOffice HoursGoogle Scripts ExamplesLearning Apps Script
WordPressTreehouseWordPress TV
Linux & Shell ScriptingStanford.eduExplain ShellConquer the Command Line
Node.jsNodetutsNode SchoolThe Node Beginner BookMixu’s Node bookNode Up and RunningMastering Node.js
Angular JSCode SchoolEgg HeadLearn AngularAngular JS TutorialThinking AngularAngular TutorialGetting Started (Adobe)
Also see: Learn Touch Typing & Code Faster
Git (version control)Code SchoolGit ImmersionGitHub TrainingUdacityPro GitLearn GitGists in Github
Objective-C (iOS & Mac)Code SchoolStanfordiTunesU
Chrome Dev ToolsCode SchoolDev Tools SecretChrome Dev Tools TutorialUdacityBuilding Browser Apps
Go LanguageGolang.orgGopherCastsProgramming in GoGo by ExampleLearning GoBuilding Web Apps with GoLearning Go
JavaLearn JavaCoding BatJava UdemyLearnerooProgramming in JavaThinking in JavaO’Reilly Learning JavaThink JavaJava & CSJava for Python Devs
Android App DevelopmentUdacity (Google Developers), CourseraThe New BostonGoogle UniversityApp Development EssentialsCode LearnApp Inventor (Visual)
D3 (data visualization)Data Visualization for the WebDashing D3D3 Tips & Tricks
Also see: Learn VIM, the text editor for programmers
SQL (Databases)SQL ZooSQL @StanfordEssential SQLSQL for NerdsIntro to SQLSQL BoltPHP & MySQL
Everything ElseUdacityedX.orgCourseraUdemy$Lynda$Pluralsight$Treehouse$Open ConsortiumOne Month Rails$

Friday, December 23, 2016

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Microsoft’s OneNote Staff Notebook for Education app enables school staff collaboration


Microsoft has launched a free tool to help teachers and school staff to collaborate more effectively on curriculum development, administrative duties and internal policies.
OneNote Staff Notebook for Education lets education staff leaders — like principals or faculty heads — set up shared workspaces for teachers and administrators and enable them to organize and share internal information, event and meeting schedules, student progress, parent feedback, lesson plans and more.
The service can be set up and synced using Office 365 or SharePoint 2013, and users can access all content on the OneNote note-taking app across desktops and mobile devices.
The company launched OneNote Class Notebooks for teachers to distribute lesson content to their students last October. Microsoft says it is also working on similar initiatives for business users in the next few months.