As an educator with a profound fascination for technology, the union of these two fields has always been the core of my intellectual pursuits. Ever since my first publication on Educators Technology back in 2010, my ambition has been to assist my fellow educators in seamlessly integrating technology into their teaching practices. Now, 13 years later, I remain as steadfast and committed to this objective as I was when I began.
Throughout the years, I have produced a diverse array of content, all of which orbit the realm of education. Whether it’s delving into pedagogical theories, reviewing emerging EdTech tools, crafting educational visuals, or offering tutorials, guides, and book recommendations, my overarching goal is to provide valuable resources that can support educators in their journey of leveraging technology to enhance learning outcomes.
Visual Content Usage
The majority of the visuals in my posts are original creations, crafted using an online graphic design platform to enhance the content and provide a more engaging reader experience. In instances where creating original visuals is not feasible, I source images from copyright-free image repositories.
However, it’s important to remember that the fluid nature of the Internet means copyright statuses can occasionally change, even for visuals initially released under a copyright-free license. If you are the owner of an image used in one of my posts and believe it has not been appropriately credited, or if you wish for its removal, please contact me directly. Your concerns are important to me, and I pledge to address any issues promptly and to the best of my ability.
The content on this blog, pertaining specifically to EdTech and mLearning, is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND. This permits downloading, printing, sharing, and distribution, with the conditions that you include a link back to my blog, provide it free of charge, and utilize it exclusively for educational purposes. Please note that this license does not extend to materials (including but not limited to posters, visuals, graphics, images) that are not my own creation. To reproduce these materials, please contact their respective owners using the accompanying reference links.
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The operation of a platform as extensive as Educators Technology involves significant costs, from hosting to implementing security plugins, which are necessary to maintain the quality and integrity of the site. To offset these operational expenses, I have recourse to display ads. While I recognize that these ads can sometimes be disruptive to your reading experience, their inclusion is essential to ensure the continuity of the services I offer.
In the future, I plan to introduce a membership feature. Members will enjoy an ad-free experience, gaining uninterrupted access to the wealth of educational content available on the blog.
Moreover, as an Amazon Associate I use affiliate links in certain posts. This allows me to earn commissions from qualifying purchases made through these links, at absolutely no additional cost to you. This contributes to supporting the operations of the blog while also allowing me to bring you high-quality, relevant product recommendations.
On occasion, I do share sponsored posts on the blog, always clearly marking them as sponsored or promoted to maintain transparency with my readers. I believe in the importance of open and honest communication. Thus, while sponsored content helps support the running of the blog, it is crucial to note that the views and opinions expressed in my own content and reviews are solely my own. They are based on my personal academic and blogging experiences and are not influenced by any third party.
Your understanding and support in this matter are greatly appreciated. Thank you for helping me continue to provide this invaluable resource to educators around the world.