Educators worried that they lack the tech skills to integrate technology into their classrooms or prepare for hybrid learning models should worry no more. With the EduGals podcast, Canadian high school teachers and hosts Rachel Johnson and Katie Attwell aspire to make sure that other teachers do not have to figure out educational technology on their own. The podcast is available on the page linked above (just click "Listen") or on podcatchers such as Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. Visitors looking for advice on remote or hybrid schools should start with episodes like "Virtual Schools Moving Forward" (Episode 047), "The Challenges of Asynchronous Learning" (Episode 045), "Assessment and Evaluation in Hybrid Learning" (Episode 027), and "Digital Tools and Strategies for Building Community Online" (Episode 004). Also on the page linked above, visitors can click "Read" to access the EduGals blog, which features useful content such as "10 Fun Activities for Building Community in the Virtual Classroom," and "7 Ways to Use Google Keep in the Science Classroom." The EduGals also have a YouTube channel (accessed by clicking "Watch"), featuring walkthroughs for educational technology tools such as Gmail, Google Jamboard, Canva, and Mote. To stay updated or share advice, users can follow on Twitter and Facebook (@edugals on both platforms) or Instagram (@edu.gals).