Published April 4, 2017 | Multidisciplinary
We are living in an age where information of all sorts is being shared 24/7. If we are not careful, this information can quickly become overwhelming. As educators we have a duty to stay up to date with information from our respective disciplines, but we don’t have copious amounts of time to dedicate to professional development during the semester. What if there was a simple way to dedicate a few minutes each day to monitoring our disciplines to help us stay current? This article provides a quick look at tabbed browsing, a simple means of setting up and managing information from the sources that you feel are most relevant to your educational practice.