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Danielle Klaus

NoodleTools: The Ethical Researcher: A Proactive Constructivist Approach - 0 views

    .pdf Resources: "No More Cat and Mouse" - plagiarism and citation in context - 4 Phases of notemaking/notetaking - Beyond Cut&Paste - How to Assess a Biblio. for Understanding - Plagiarism Policy Template - Beyond Acceptable Use: Ethical/Academic Use
J Black

Downloads | 21st Century Skills - 0 views

    21st Century Skills - worksheet for podcasting, gdocs, digital notetakeing and more...great resource.

summarizing and note taking? - 1 views

Hello, I just joined diigo and I'm looking for some ideas on how to utilize Marzano summarizing and note taking strategies in my classroom. We wen't 1:1 with ipads this year and I tried using Near...

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Paul Beaufait

Free Technology for Teachers: Ten Resources for Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism - 3 views

    "ten resources for detecting plagiarism and teaching students to avoid plagiarism" (Sheryl A. McCoy)
Glenn Stelson

PREPS: 5 steps for electronic note-taking success SmartBlogs - 0 views

    Online note-taking.
Steve Ransom

ASCD Express 9.03 - How to Take Two-Column Notes - 28 views

    Great example of how a tool like a smartphone with video can be used to create really clear instructional segments to support of flip instruction. It doesn't have to be fancy... only clear and developmentally appropriate.
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Samantha Morra

Pear Note - Useful Fruit Software - 0 views

    Record everything. By integrating traditional text notes with audio, video, and slides, Pear Note ensures that you never miss a thing.
    Record audio and video while you take notes.
J Black

Thinkature - About Thinkature - 0 views

    With Thinkature, you can create a collaborative workspace and invite coworkers, friends, and colleagues to join you in just seconds. Once inside your workspace, you can communicate by chatting, drawing, creating cards, and adding content from around the Internet. It's all synchronous, too - no need to hit reload or get an editing lock.
Dennis OConnor

An Apple tablet could pit iTunes against Amazon - - 1 views

  • What can Apple do better with e-books? For textbooks or anthologies, Apple can give iTunes users the ability to download individual chapters, priced between a few cents to a few bucks each.
  • It would be similar to how you can currently download individual song tracks from an album. It might even have the same earthshaking potential to transform an entire industry by refocusing it on the content people actually want instead of the bundles that publishers want them to buy.
  • College students would love this: Teachers rarely assign an entire textbook, so they would save hundreds of dollars by downloading only a few chapters of each textbook.
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  • Other than having the upper hand with digital distribution, an Apple tablet can compensate for other e-book readers' shortcomings. In a previous story, polled students on their interest in Amazon's large-format Kindle DX reader. Several of them said they couldn't imagine ditching textbooks for a Kindle DX, foreseeing challenges with tasks such as notetaking, highlighting and switching between books while writing essays.
  • Assuming its computing powers and interface design are anything like the iPhone's, a touchscreen tablet would make these student-oriented tasks as easy as a few swipes and taps -- far more pleasant than clunking around with the Kindle's cheap buttons and sluggish interface. Plus, we would imagine students would be able to type their papers on the tablet.
  • There's huge potential in a tablet if Apple can pull this off. The challenge lies in establishing the right partnerships. If Apple weaves e-books into the iTunes Store, will book publishers hop on board? Given Apple's success in numbers, we think so.
    What can Apple do better with e-books? For textbooks or anthologies, Apple can give iTunes users the ability to download individual chapters, priced between a few cents to a few bucks each.
Steve Ransom

Should Professors Allow Students to Use Computer Devices in the Classroom? | HASTAC - 25 views

  • One final comment, a funny one.  On Monday, in my "Twenty-First Century Literacies" class where laptops are required for a whole range of experiments and inclass collaborative work, I caught one of my students with his laptop open and with a book propped secretly inside it, reading away in his book when he should have been paying attention.   So maybe that's the next class, "Should Professors Allow Students to Use BOOKS in the Classroom Devised for Computer Learning?"   I'm being facetious but that's the point.  A book is a technology too.   How and when we use any technology and for what purpose are the questions we all need to ask.
  • Do you see the difference?   "Computer learning" doesn't exist.   In 2011, it exists less than it did a decade ago and, in a few years, that phrase won't exist at all.   Students learn.  Computers are tools for all kinds of things, from checking the Facebook page, to making notetaking easier, to being fact checking or calculating devices that can take a class to a more sophisticated level to interactive social networking devices that can either distract a class or allow for new forms of group collaboration.   There are many other uses as well.   The point is that most profs have (a) simply "adapted" (as a colleague told me recently) to computers without understanding the intellectual and pedagogical changes they can enable; or (b) resigned themselves to their present, gleefully or resentflly; or (c) made them into a pedagogical tool; or (d) all of the above.    
  • The point isn't that the class has to be designed for "computer learning" but that there are different forms of learning available with a device and profs should be allowed to determine if they want to facilitate and make use of those different forms of learning or not.
    Great post by Cathy Davidson. Her final facetious question of we will ban books because they can distract students makes a nice point.
Roland Gesthuizen

I discovered a third use for the iPad | TechRepublic - 0 views

  • the iPad makes a terrific notebook — in the traditional sense. For me , the iPad has completely replaced the need for a pen and a pad of paper in meetings. I now take all my notes electronically with the iPad and can quickly and easily do several different things with the notes afterward
  • note taking is now one of the leading business functions of the iPad. It’s one of the reasons why the iPad has become a preferred tool for many people who spend a large chunk of their time in meetings
    "Well, in the second six months of using the iPad - leading up to the release of the iPad 2 earlier this year - I discovered a third use for the iPad. And, this one thing has unlocked a lot more value in using the iPad as a business tool."
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