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More wired than a Roman Internet café

For Classics educators who are just beginning to use technology to support their teaching of Latin and/or ancient Greek, a good rule of thumb is to keep it simple. Use technology your students are familiar with, and make sure you are comfortable with it, too. More often than not, this means PowerPoint slides or PDF lessons/homework on a ready-made web site sponsored by a high school or college. My question to the group is, when you first started exploring digital tools for use in your classroom and lesson plans, what did you use, and how successful were these initial forays?

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