Monthly Archives: May 2007

Wikis in Plain English

Another video from Lee Lefever describing how Wikis work. Advertisements

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Pencils

  20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Pencils From | Technology | DISCOVER Magazine Erasing with bread crumbs, pencil as murder weapon, and more.

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Touch The Surface

Microsoft has announced a new way in which to interact with digital content and computers, which they have called Surface. You will be able to manipulate data with your hands, and move information between objects with natural gestures and touch. … Continue reading

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Video for your Blog

Flixn.com | Video Everywhere Embed short video clips from your web cam into Blogger, Typepad or WordPress blog Bubble Guru 

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VoiceThread

VoiceThread Yet another great web 2.0 tool to use with students.  Check out this link for great ideas on how to use this in your classroom. Voicethread Introduces Group Audio Blogging (GAB) to the Internet Internet users can now use … Continue reading

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Education and Technology Industry Leaders Hail Introduction of ATTAIN Act

(from ISTE) Education and Technology Industry Leaders Hail Introduction of ATTAIN Act New Bill Would Revamp No Child Left Behind Support for Instructional Technologies. Washington, DC – May 24, 2007. A coalition of education and industry groups lauded today’s introduction … Continue reading

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23 bites of elephant: Using the social web to support PLCs

23 bites of elephant: Using the social web to support PLCs I came across this blog entry from Doug Johnson discussing how read/write web tools can support PLC’s (Personal Learning Communities. Here he provides a set of activities each month … Continue reading

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