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Tech is becoming a big part of our daily lives. The education space is no different, and teacher websites are becoming popular bridges for communicating with students, whether you see them in a brick-and-mortar classroom or a virtual one.
Whether it’s online classes, laptops in the classroom or multimedia-based lessons, the ways we teach and learn are continuously evolving. This is a lesson that the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly made clear to educators nationwide.
Luckily, several tools can greatly improve or help you build your website, without having to learn any new technical skills.
Whether you’re a full-time teacher looking for a better way to deliver course materials or a part-time tutor who’s trying to build up your side hustle, this article can help.
Below you’ll learn why every modern educator today needs a website, along with five tips … Read more
I'm stepping into a leadership role in an academic setting where no project management tools have been used in the past but where I think it could really help our people and teams communicate and work together to accomplish tasks and projects more effectively. I've used Trello (small-group team management) and Todoist (personal task management) in the past, but I'm looking for more to help manage activities of an academic department.
Because price is a significant factor – especially in convincing a resource constrained organization to adopt something never tried before – I've been drawn to Infinity Project Management (StartInfinity.com). They launched about two years ago and have tried to build a flexible tool that provides Kanban, Gantt, calendar, list, table, and other ways to interact with projects and data. I'm generally impressed with how flexible it is to create filtered, individualized views of tasks and data, but
With businesses all over the world rushing to start selling online, eCommerce is more important than ever. In our recent GoDaddy Pro webinar series, WooCommerce 101, we partnered with Gareth Allison and Jonathan Wold from WooCommerce to give a basic introduction to setting up eCommerce websites. Now we’re following up with more tips to help you continue to streamline your web design and development business and create successful online stores for your clients.
In our Bricks to Clicks series, we’re going to talk about the different hosting solutions for websites you build as well as some considerations for WooCommerce stores.
Bricks to Clicks – Webinar Series Schedule
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