Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is a website operated by a team of dedicated teachers located in Canada. The aim of our website is to provide the education community with a platform where they can have access to the best curated EdTech content out there. We spend tremendous amount of time online scouring the web looking for content to share with you. Most of our posts are reviews of educational web tools and mobile apps, app suggestions, educational infographics, posters, guides,  video tutorials, and tips on integrating technology into education. The sources of our content are  multifarious: from feeds on our PLN to direct emails suggesting potential content for our blog, there is always something interesting to write about.

About the visuals in this blog

  Most of the images we include here are screenshots of web tools and mobile apps we review. However, there are times when we use some free image hosting platforms to pick pictures to use in our  posts. While we always make sure that the images we use are either licensed under CC or in public domain, chances for errors are always possible .Therefore, if you come across any visual or image that is not properly credited please let us know and we will fix it immediately.

 In line with our responsibilities as an educators we hereby state the following:
Some of the materials that are published in this blog are not our own property like for example some guides, posters and infographics. Again, all of these resources are properly referenced so that our readers can trace back their original creators. If you are the owner of a resource featured in this blog and you decide, for a reason or another, that you do not want it to be featured here anymore or  you want us to change the link to the credited source or even take it down completely from the site, please report it to us and your request will be met in less than 24 hours.

This blogging experience has taught me a lot in my life. Unfortunately I got to learn lessons the hard way. I have made a lot of mistakes in the past especially when it comes to properly referencing my sources and this was mainly due to my intellectual immaturity at the time and lack of experience. I have done a lot of growing up since then and become more critical of how I work. In this regard, I would like to offer my deepest apologies to anyone whom I have inadvertently offended during this blogging experience and more particularly Richard Byrne from Free Technology for Teachers. I am sorry Richard for all my mistakes and thank you for being such a great inspiration for me.

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