Edudemic also has a post about "10 Creative Ways to Use Google Tools to Maximize Learning." The article covers some best-practice methods for using Google Docs, Forms, Voice Comments, Research Tools, etc. within the classroom. If you're not familiar with Google's collection of tools, they can be a huge benefit in the classroom.
Finally, Edudemic closes with a guide on "How to Cite Social Media Using MLA and APA," which is mainly just this picture from TeachBytes:
Ed Tech also has a post on "5 Steps to Create Stunning Slideshows with Audio Using Youtube." Most people don't know that YouTube has a new set of features which allows for webcam capturing, video editing, and creating photo slideshows. Using YouTube can be an easy (and free) alternative to creating a presentation through PowerPoint or Prezi. You can even add effects and transitions!