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Robinson LA, Brown A, Green TD, for in Education IS. Security versus access. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2010.
Bugaj CR, Norton-Darr S, for in Education IS. The practical (and fun) guide to assistive technology in public schools. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2010.
Levinson M, for in Education IS. From fear to Facebook : one school's journey. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2010.
Lerman J, Hicks R, for in Education IS. Retool your school : the educator's essential guide to Google's free power apps. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2010.
Smith GE, Throne S, for in Education IS. Differentiating instruction with technology in middle school classrooms. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2009.
Peters L, for in Education IS. Global education : using technology to bring the world to your students. Vol 1st. Eugene, Or.: International Society for Technology in Education; 2009.
Shamburg C, for in Education IS. Student-powered podcasting: Teaching for 21st-century literacy. Vol 1st. Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education; 2009.

"Podcasting is a powerful tool for teaching 21st-century literacy-the literacy of social processes. Not only will students learn technology skills that they can use throughout their lives, but podcasting also connects and applies students' learning to the world around them. Understanding the audience requires students to empathize with others, and developing and posting relevant, engaging podcasts helps students become active, engaged members of society."