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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Telannia Norfar

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xtimeline - Explore and Create Free Timelines - 16 views

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    A timeline tool that is great for secondary
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Kerpoof Studio - 19 views

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    a great new site by disney for creating all types of items.
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VoiceThread - Group conversations around images, documents, and videos - 1 views

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    A great voicethread site produced by NY Public library.
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Tools For The Classroom - 1 views

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    A site full of resources from Howie DiBlasi. It contains information on how to present information in a compelling way.
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Dimdim: Web conferencing that just works. - 0 views

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    Another way of video conferencing that is similar to ellumniate and others. Dimdim provides easy, open, affordable collaboration. Use for online meetings, eLearning, desktop sharing, training, distance education, unified collaboration, webinar, free web meetings and more.
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ktitraci - home - 0 views

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    Great step by step uses for integrating web 2.0. It is a 1st grade teacher but can be adapted to all grade levels.
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ToonDoo - The Cartoon Strip Creator - Create, Publish, Share, Discuss! - 0 views

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    Great site for students to create a cartoon
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Jog The Web - 0 views

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    A tool to help show people multiple websites and way these websites are useful.
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    Great site to show students multiple sites to use and why.
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Voki Home - 0 views

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    A way to make your avatar talk
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    This is a great way to connect with your students on any web page. I think this is especially useful for non-English speaking students. They really need audio as much as possible.
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What Interests You? - 77 views

started by Clif Mims on 06 May 08 no follow-up yet
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    I am interested in tools that do not require more than 10 minutes to teach students how to use and can put the learning in the students hands instead of the teacher transmitting. I would love all the free stuff but realize you do get what you pay for so am willing to spend up to $50 for a great tool. i also want more items that I don't have to download. For instance, I love Second life but it is heavy on the hard drive space. I would love an alternative to secondlife that is completely internet based.
    Clif Mims wrote:
    > What aspects of teaching and learning with Web 2.0 interest you?
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Main Page - Teaching Hacks - 0 views

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    Great resource on all types of information on web 2.0 uses and more
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Letterpop - 1 views

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    Great online tool that will alow you to create newsletters or magazines on line.
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