Make Your Life More Efficient with #iOS13 Reminders

The Reminders App is a great tool for iOS users. Did you know that you can use it for more than just a checklist? You can have reminders set at specific locations or specific times? You can also add notes and websites to your item! Check out my brief tutorial below:

Need a Free QR Code Generator WITHOUT Limits? Try QR Code Monkey

QR Codes are extremely helpful in any classroom with mobile devices, because they provide quick and efficient access to any type of website or URL. I recently found out that one of my favorite QR Code sites had imposed limitations on the number of times the QR Code was accessed.

This made it extremely difficult for a teacher of mine. They had large groups of students access a Google Form that was linked to this QR Code. I was able to find a nice alternative without limits called QRCode Monkey.

I like this tool because it is free, easy to use, and imposes no limitations on the number of times a QR Code can be accessed. Like most QR Code generators, you are also able to link to text (perfect for discussion questions), social media, email, YouTube, text messages, and even phone numbers.

This tool also provides you with ways to customize the color and design of your QR Codes in order to make it more attractive and accessible.

Do More With Your Screenshots on iOS: Full Screen Screenshots

Did you know that you can do more with a screenshot with iOS 13? You not only can use annotation tools to mark up your image, but you also have the ability to take a full-page screenshot. This might be extremely helpful if you wanted to take a screenshot of an entire article or page. How can you do this? Check out the video below:

Scanning Feature in iOS 13

I love finding new tips and tricks for using technology. I am going to focus on some helpful tips and tricks for using your iPad or iPhone's latest version of iOS 13.

Need a place for all that paper that you still get? Check out the Scanning feature in the Files App to save, store, and edit your scanned documents.

5 Tips for Engaging Learners with UDL

Phillip Schlechty (2011) theorized that the highest levels of learner engagement require learners' full attention and commitment. While ...