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Gaby K. Slezák

Online Diagram Software to draw Flowcharts, UML & more | Creately - 22 views

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    From 5€ per month: Create stunning diagrams alone or collaboratively and use a plethora of ready-to-go free templates - from SWOT-Analysis to Flowcharts für eLearning.
Kerry J

Sit down and get charged up! Registration - Eventbrite - 23 views

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    Knowledge is power - but how do you plug into new ideas when organisational budgets are flipping the switch on PD?  There is a wealth of opportunities that won't cost the earth or force you to travel it to be found online - and there's more to explore than MOOCs and webinars. 
Maggie Verster

Online Learning In The Social Web: social media, web2.0, elearning, education - 25 views

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    "Great presentation about social software in education! With case-study and data form students opinons! "
Clay Leben

Online Courses from World's Experts | Udemy - 24 views

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    Udemy is a website that enables anyone to teach and learn online. Udemy tries to democratize online education by making it fast, easy and free to create online courses. Udemy is an open platform, so anyone can build an online course by posting videos, presentations, writing blog posts, or hosting live virtual classroom sessions.
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    looks nice. I´m going to try
Mark Chambers

http://sites.google.com/site/technologyenhancedlearning/ - 70 views

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    Links to free on-line services that allow you to provide your students with enhanced learning opportunities which you can then embed into, or link from, your school/college/university's website, course blog or VLE/MLE.
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    Thanks for sharing! Great resource!
rustin neo

Web 2.0 in Education - 47 views

shared by rustin neo on 26 Oct 09 - Cached
  •   Web 2.0 in Education Add a linkTop of page The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book http://www.ictineducation.org/web2/ The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book (free)# 87 projects# 10 further resources# 52 aplications# 94 contributors# The benefits of using Web 2.0 applications# The challenges of using Web 2.0 applications# How the folk who ran these projects handled the issues... The Important Role Web 2.0 Will Play in Education http://bit.ly/6Z5xsk
Judy Robison

SAS® Curriculum Pathways® | Overview - 2 views

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    SAS® Curriculum Pathways® provides innovative, web-based resources in the core disciplines, for grades 8-14. Topics are mapped to state and national standards.
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    Fully funded by SAS and offered at no cost to US educators and students, SAS Curriculum Pathways is designed to enhance student achievement and teacher effectiveness by providing Web-based curriculum resources in all the core disciplines: English, math, science, social studies/history and Spanish, to educators and students in grades 8-14 in virtual schools, home schools, high schools and community colleges.
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    SAS Curriculum Pathways, which is used by thousands of teachers in more than 30 states, is now available for free to every educator in America. SAS Curriculum Pathways provides content in the core disciplines of English, mathematics, social studies, science and Spanish. Aligned with state standards, it has more than 200 InterActivities and 855 ready-to-use lessons that enable technology-rich instruction and engage higher-order thinking skills. It is primarily for use in grades 8-12, though middle school content is in development.
antónio alves

Wiggio - Makes it easy to work in groups. - 1 views

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    Wiggio is a completely free, online toolkit that makes it easy to work in groups. With Wiggio you can: - keep shared calendar (with text message reminders) - poll group in real-time - send mass text messages - store files in one common folder - setup group conference call - many others! When you need to work in groups at school, Wiggio is the best FREE tool on the web to help you organize groups like: - Academic project groups - Clubs, organizations, committees - Fraternities and sororities - Housemates and dormmates - TA sections - Sports teams - Musical and dance groups
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    Wiggio is a completely free, online toolkit that makes it easy to work in groups. With Wiggio you can: - keep shared calendar (with text message reminders) - poll group in real-time - send mass text messages - store files in one common folder - setup group conference call - many others! When you need to work in groups at school, Wiggio is the best FREE tool on the web to help you organize groups like: - Academic project groups - Clubs, organizations, committees - Fraternities and sororities - Housemates and dormmates - TA sections - Sports teams - Musical and dance groups
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    Wiggio is a completely free, online toolkit that makes it easy to work in groups. With Wiggio you can: - keep shared calendar (with text message reminders) - poll group in real-time - send mass text messages - store files in one common folder - setup group conference call - many others! When you need to work in groups at school, Wiggio is the best FREE tool on the web to help you organize groups like: - Academic project groups - Clubs, organizations, committees - Fraternities and sororities - Housemates and dormmates - TA sections - Sports teams - Musical and dance groups
Maggie Verster

Using Moodle book - MoodleDocs - 0 views

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    Using Moodle - Teaching with the Popular Open Source Course management System by Jason Cole and Helen Foster is published by O'Reilly as part of the Community Press series. It can be downloaded for free. Cool The first edition of the book, written by Jason Cole and released in July 2005, is based on Moodle 1.4. The second edition, released in November 2007, has been updated to cover all the features in Moodle 1.8, such as the new roles and permissions system, blogs, messaging and the database module.
Travis Kramer

elearnspace blog - 0 views

  • While reading OECD’s publication Education Today, I noticed a StatLink option under each of the tables/charts. StatLink is part of OECD’s ongoing initiative to make data available in original form. A simple click and data is downloaded into a spreadsheet for happy manipulation by the user. A simple, but important idea. OECD also offers a tool to visualize data. The data is somewhat limited (employment, productivity, educational attainment, GDP, etc) in scope, but the willingness to share not only original data but also software to assist in making sense of data is a welcomed gesture!
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    One of my favorite blogwriters
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