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including big lists to more resources
List of Lists!
External Lists of Resources
For Teaching Teachers
For Learning Learners
Other Resources (from the Student DLD page)
Free Reading, Listening, Viewing
***Overdrive eBook/Audio Access via multnomah county is only requiring a phone number to get a temporary instant library card
Temporary Free Resources
Additional Resources from Database Vendors
The High School Edition of SchoolShelf provides digital access to Woodburn Press resources for the students, parents, and educators associated with your school or special program.
Subject Specific Resources
OpenStax (OER textbooks and lessons)
As several schools decide to move their traditional classes temporarily online, OpenStax Allies are supporting instructors with free access to their online homework and courseware
direct links to tools
Both a desktop program and App.
*Should currently be Free for Educators
online bulletin board, easy way to post images or videos but posted for others to see - always free.
Timeline creation tool with ability to embed quiz questions within the timeline (Free version lasts 30 Days)
If-Then Adventure Story
Create an interactive story using Google Slides (could go either way- teacher created for students or students create one as a project)
for iPad or Chrome
Video Discussion Platform (Free version allows teachers to create 1 grid to host a conversation).
Apple's App to make photostories
Online Movie Editor
Podcast & Audio Creation Tools
Photo & Image Tools
Offering free access to teachers and students currently
general and miscellaneous information
Fun for Friends and Family
Information about the SARS-COV-2 Virus and Covid-19
A Helpful Video from a Friend Downtown