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Giani Barraza

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Anne Bubnic

BrainPOP Spotlight: Digital Citizenship - 6 views

    Free Brainpop video on digital citizenship. Free Brainpop video on digital citizenship. Four other free videos are included in the series: BLOGS, CYBERBULLYING, DIGITAL ETIQUETTE and ONLINE SAFETY.
Vicki Davis

Encyclopedia Britannica Now Free For Bloggers - 0 views

    Britannica is now free for bloggers. Another endorsements for the increasing importance of bloggers.
    Encyclopedia Britannica is now free for bloggers from an article on 4/18/08 -- yet another reason for our students to blog. (I have students blogging publicly under pseudonyms.) This is fascinating, but also interesting to see how Britannica is playing catch up to Wikipedia in the market it once owned. I wonder, which would be more authoriative to you, a wikipedia quote updated daily, or Brittanica updated less often that doesn't display the authors of its content?
Anne Bubnic

Judge: Student's Facebook Page Is Protected by Free Speech - 3 views

  • On Monday, a federal judge ruled that Evans, now a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Florida, can sue her former principal, Peter Bayer, for suspending her, saying that her Facebook page is protected by free speech. Evans is asking that the three-day suspension in 2007 be cleared from her academic record.
  • Though Evans' case is far from over, it's clear that the First Amendment seems to have won precedence over the fight against cyberbullying. And many say the case is likely to shape the legal debates over free speech on the Web.
    Katherine Evans wanted everyone to know: Ms. Phelps was the worst English teacher she'd ever had. So Evans, a Florida high school senior and honors student, posted a Facebook page to publicly criticize the teacher. Two months later, though, Evans was suspended for cyberbullying the teacher with her very precisely named group, "Ms. Sarah Phelps is the worst teacher I've ever had," on the social-networking site.

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Anne Bubnic educates kids on dangers of social networking. - 0 views

    Started in January 2008 by the founders of, is an effort to educate US teens on the dangers of social networking. Social Safety provides hundreds of thousands of free safety education packets for U.S. high school students, and provides free safety content to any student or site that requests it.
Anne Bubnic

California Court Rules Cyber-Bullying Is Not Free Speech - 1 views

    Online threats of violence and acts of cyber-bullying are not protected free speech. That's according to a California appeals court that upheld a decision from a lower court, allowing a hate crimes and defamation suit to continue. The case cited involves a 15 year old student who became the target of threats and taunts from other students after launching a web site promoting pursuit of a film and singing career.
Anne Bubnic

ImageStamper: Stay Copyright-safe - 3 views

    ImageStamper is a free tool for keeping dated, independently verified copies of license conditions associated with creative commons images. You can use it to safeguard your use of free images from license changes, or to prove you are the original image creator.
Rof Harris

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    Hassle Free Access To Loans In Minutes No Credit Check An urgent financial crisis can occur at any point of time and then life for the individual facing such a crisis almost comes to a stop. Loans in...
Kevin Rose

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    Payday Loans Bad Credit - Free From The Security So Forget About Any Collateral Of Security Sometime people do not have to suffer from unnoticed short term financial problem. So you think, how can do...

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    eCommerce Forums help one to connect with experienced, like-minded store owners and Ecommerce professionals online, all over. An eCommerce Forum on any website is an interaction platform that allows the sellers and viewers of the website to communicate with other sellers, buyers and viewers. The eCommerce Forum is a powerful way to attract and keep visitors and buyers to an online store as they enable interaction among the visitors and in this way attract them to revisit the website in the future. Forum + Web Traffics : Forums mean nothing if you don't have traffic or members, and having the proper forum design matching your website is a must. It also includes various online store owners to share knowledge and help each other grow their businesses. You can now easily put an eCommerce Forum on your website for free. There are several websites providing this service free of charge. You will need to sign up on that website and get the forum from there for your website.
Margaret Moore-Taylor

Blubbr - Create Interactive Quizzes Using YouTube Clips - 3 views

    Blubbr is a neat quiz creation service that I recently learned about on Free Technology for Teachers. Using Blubbr you can create interactive quizzes that are based on YouTube clips. Your quizzes can be about anything of your choosing. The structure of the quizzes has a viewer watch a short clip then answer a multiple choice question about the clip. Viewers know right away if they chose the correct answer or not.  Great for reinforcing a topic on internet safety, social netiquette, social skills etc.

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    Happy Mother's Day Last Moment Gifts Ideas Free For 2016- Our mums do so much for us and this is the perfect day each year that is all about them. So on May 8th this year, treat your mum to Mother's Day gift ideas she'll love.
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Anne Bubnic

America's Libraries adapted to digital age - 0 views

  • As a group, libraries have embraced the digital age," said Lee Rainie, founding director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project, which has surveyed public attitudes toward libraries. "They've added collections, added software and hardware, upgraded the skills of their staff. A lot of institutions have had to change in the Internet age, but libraries still have a very robust and large constituency." A December 2007 Pew survey found that more than half of Americans — 53% — visited a library in the past year. That's expected to grow as more people look for free resources and entertainment in a slowing economy.
  • At the one-room Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Interim Library in the District of Columbia, books still line the shelves. But on one recent day, almost every adult at the library sat in front of a computer, surfing the Web, checking e-mail or visiting a social networking site.
  • The analysis found that libraries are thriving in the Internet age: •Attendance increased roughly 10% between 2002 and 2006 to about 1.3 billion. Regionally, Southern states lag the rest of the country in visits per capita. •Circulation, which measures how often library visitors check out print or electronic materials, increased about 9%, from 1.66 billion to 1.81 billion during the five-year period.
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  • •The number of Internet-capable computers soared 39% — from about 137,000 in 2002 to nearly 190,000 in 2006. Libraries in rural states in New England and the Midwest led the country in public computers per capita in 2006. The increase in Internet access is thanks in part to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which launched a national program in 1997 to bring the Internet to libraries, beginning with the South. By 2003, the foundation had spent $250 million on some 47,000 computers, as well as training and tech support, bringing almost every public library online, said Jill Nishi, deputy director of the foundation's U.S. Libraries initiative. "You should be able to walk into any library and find Internet service," she said. "It's free, unfettered access to information."
  • Free Internet access is particularly important for low-income people, said Ken Flamm, an economics professor at the University of Texas at Austin who has studied the role of the Internet in public libraries. Only about a third of households with incomes below $25,000 have Internet access, according to federal data.
    The Internet was supposed to send America's public libraries the way of eight-track tapes and pay phones. But it turns out, they're busier than ever. Libraries have transformed themselves from staid, sleepy institutions into hip community centers offering
Anne Bubnic

Student Bashes Administrators, Gets Disciplined - 0 views

  • According to Doninger, the principal told her that Jamfest was cancelled because of the students’ action. The principal denied saying that. That evening, Doninger posted an entry on her personal blog in which she noted that Jamfest had been cancelled, referred to the district administrators as “douchebags,” and encouraged continued contact with the superintendent to “piss her off more.” The following day the event was rescheduled. Sometime later school officials
  • The appeals court found that it was reasonably foreseeable that Doninger’s posting would reach campus and that the posting created a foreseeable risk of substantial disruption within the school environment because the language used was offensive. It likely disrupted efforts to resolve the controversy, and the posting that Jamfest had been cancelled made it foreseeable that school operations might well be disrupted further.
  • There was no evidence of any disruption at school. The only disruption was to the principal and superintendent in responding to what was an impressive response to the student’s call for complaints. There was no indication in the record that the disruption interfered in any way with the delivery of instruction or in any way impacted student welfare. If administrators are not being appropriately sensitive to the interests of students or are engaging in other actions that cause concern, students clearly should have the free speech right to protest and to call for other students and community members to register their complaints. Inconveniencing school administrators under such circumstances should not be considered to constitute substantial disruption.
    A court case upholds administrators' rights to discipline a student who used derogatory language on a blog, but questions arise. In Doninger v. Niehoff, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled in May that a Connecticut school district that disciplined a student for vulgar and derogatory remarks made off-campus did not violate her free speech rights.
Judy Echeandia

With iTunes, schools join digital world - 0 views

  • Students there and in four other New Jersey school districts will take a leap in classroom technology this year, using Apple's iTunes store to post and share educational material.
  • Lectures, student projects, orientation videos and other media can be posted on iTunes, available free to students and parents in the five districts, or anyone else.
  • K-12 on iTunes U
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  • Schools are starting to embrace iPods, portable digital media players, as teaching tools. While some teachers have dabbled in podcasting -- like posting snippets of news broadcasts on school websites for students to download -- K-12 on iTunes U is billed as a way to bring content to a place where it can be searched and shared.
  • Districts can post for free on iTunes, plus they receive 500 gigabytes of online storage, enough to hold thousands of videos. New Jersey is one of seven states participating.
  • While iTunes U content is available to anyone with a computer, internet connection and free iTunes software, some question the commercial aspect of using it in schools.
  • "If you want to prepare your students for real life in the global economy, you want them to be able to interface with these technologies. It's got to be part of their education,"
    Schools are starting to embrace iPods, portable digital media players, as teaching tools. While some teachers have dabbled in podcasting -- like posting snippets of news broadcasts on school websites for students to download -- K-12 on iTunes U is billed as a way to bring content to a place where it can be searched and shared.
Anne Bubnic

Free tool for Student Technology Assessments - 0 views

    Free Tech Literacy Assessment tool for students in grades K-12, specifically geared toward middle schoolers. who are required to be technology literate by 8th grade.
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