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Frequently Asked Questions

What is TeacherTech?

TeacherTech is a blog, but more than that it’s a community. We try to throw out some of the best apps and tips for making your job(teaching) easier and more wired. This isn’t something easily done. It requires help, and thanks to our readers we cover more ground. Submissions from our dedicated readers span from quick tips that they have found to tutorials that guide the rest of us to new heights. Thanks guys!

What is a blog anyhow?

A blog, or weblog as they are sometimes called, are community focused websites with constantly updated posts that follow a chronological order. The newest info is always at the top of the page. The information is focused more on timeliness more than accuracy and reads more like a conversation than a text book.

Community based?

Yep. Blogs live and die by their readers. Readers do more than read, they give tips via email and commenting. You help us find new ground and improve what we got. By the way, thanks!

How often do you post new articles?

As much as we can! Let’s face it. Some weeks are better than others, but we are dedicated to giving you something new to chew on at least three times a week. If we find more, then that’s a bonus.

RSS? Acronym or  onomatopoeia?

Acronym. Stands for really simple syndication. If you have an RSS reader like outlook or igoogle you can use these nuggets of gold. They give the latest breaking posts for the websites that use them. By the way you can subscribe to ours and know our latest updates. Handy! We wrote an article on it. Check it out and send us some comment back with some of your favorite feeds and readers.

Is this your main job?

Nope. We’re teachers too.

Do you get free stuff from the companies\websites that you write about?

From time to time a bone might get thrown our way to try out a new app and spread the word. But our articles can’t be purchased. So the readers will know up front if we get freebies for test driving. If we like it, we’ll tell you.

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