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Subtext – supports teachers in their Common Core instruction and helps students move closer to college and career readiness by encouraging them to analyze what they read, articulate what they think, and make connections between texts and the outside world. Teachers can embed instruction right in the pages of nearly any digital text.

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Arthur Family Health – Dealing with your child’s health can be challenging and sometimes scary. Arthur and his friends are here to help with games, videos, and resources designed to help keep your family safe and strong. Categories include asthma, peanut allergy, nutrition, resilience, and fitness.

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Dictation.io – With Dictation, you can use the magic of speech recognition to write emails, narrate essays and long documents in the browser without touching the keyboard. To get started, just connect the microphone to your computer and click the Start Dictation button. Dictation uses your browser’s local Storage to save all the transcribed text automatically as you speak.

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SnipDock – is a Windows utility to snip a part of the screen and snap it like a dock to the edge of the screen. Snip screenshots and dock them so you can refer to them while working. Installer sets up a shortcut on desktop to run the program. It requires at least .NET Framework 4.0 (runs only on Windows). You can zoom in or zoom out of the image by scrolling your mouse on the image.

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Epic is an all-you-can-read eBook service for kids, designed to get kids to love reading. With Epic!, kids can access thousands of high-quality books, instantly at their fingertips. All books are carefully selected by children’s publishing experts, teachers and parents. Well-known titles, classics, and books from award-winning authors and illustrators are added weekly.

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  1. Steve M.
    March 14, 2014 at 8:54 pm

    Dictation.io sounds very cool. Unfortunately, you must have Chrome installed to use it. I don't so I can't. :(

  2. David
    March 14, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    MUO should refrain from promoting tools that are Not Ready For Prime Time, such as this dictation tool. It takes dictation sure, but it's impossible to correct the inevitable errors without deleting the whole document.

    Basically worthless unless you want to spend hours cleaning up by hand what you've dictated

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