Monthly Archives: April 2007
Introducing the book A look at operating a book with the help from tech support. Advertisements
NOAAs Virtual World NOAA’s virtual world takes advantage of a platform known as “Second Life”. This platform is a 3-D online world with a rapidly growing population from 100 countries around the globe. Residents themselves create and build everything from … Continue reading
iQuiz – Meet the new quizmaster: You. Sure, you can play iQuiz for hours of fun on your iPod. But you can also become the quizmaster by creating your own custom trivia packs, syncing them from iTunes to your iPod, … Continue reading
BIOONE Online Journals – The nest architecture of the Florida harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex badius A plaster cast of a large Pogonomyrmex badius nest. This nest consisted of 135 chambers and 12 meters of vertical shafts. The top-heavy distribution of chamber … Continue reading
Checklist.pdf To help ed-tech leaders ensure that new technologies are properly installed and integrated into the curriculum, the education division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) has released a new software implementation checklist for schools.
BBC NEWS | UK | Education | Mathematicians set Chinese test Maths enthusiasts are being challenged to answer a sample question from Chinese university entrance tests. The tests are set for prospective science undergraduates. Try the two tests
Abject Learning: “RSS in Plain English” – fun and informative short video – this online video by Lee Lefever outlining the basics of using an RSS reader You may also print off an RSS Quick Start Guide here