How to find Twitter lists using Google

Twitter lists are a great way to identify specialists or good content on any topic we are interested in, but Twitter itself doesn’t include a way to find them. Fortunately, we have Google to help us solve that issue. These are the elements we have to take into consideration, and that will ultimately help us … Keep reading…

Three tips on ICT

Diana Rodríguez publishes a series in her blog called Tres tips en TIC (three tips on Information and Communications Technology), where she asks different people to share their insights about the topic. She asked me last week, I answered, and now my answer is published on ¡Javier Leiva Aguilera y sus Tres Tips en TIC!. … Keep reading…

Learning through the use of digital technology: connecting my trips to constructionism

This text is the translation of La tecnología digital como soporte a la construcción del conocimiento. I originally published it as a guest post on Raúl Hernández González blog. At home, when talking about trips we have done together, I am always the one who remember more details about them, who is capable of coming … Keep reading…

Course about video and the use of Youtube in professional projects

I recently finished a course for the COBDC about the video format, and more specifically about its use in the Youtube environment and related to the Booktube movement. In fact, the course title was Vull ser booktuber! (I want to be a booktuber!) The course was developed face-to-face, in two working sessions and focused on … Keep reading…

I am a Google Certified Educator Level 2

I have used Google tools for a long time now: Search, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Maps, Forms, Keep, Photos, Alerts, Sites, Translate, Chrome, Youtube, Fit, Cast, Voice, Classroom… I could go on and on with this list but you get the point. I am always experimenting and learning new ways in which digital tools … Keep reading…