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Glenda Baker

Google Forms Email Script - 149 views

    How to set up a mail function from the form to create self graded tests.
Marsha Ratzel

Training Videos - Google Apps Learning Center - 4 views

    Google training partners have just launched this series of video for a range of Apps.
    "Learn to use Google Apps by watching the videos below provided by Google and two our of our training partners: Boost eLearning and"
Glenda Baker

Email Etiquette and the Perils of "Reply All" - Ron Ashkenas - Harvard Business Review - 50 views

    vignette and thoughtful ideas about email etiquette and communication (community.) Adults struggle with this stuff at my school - how do we teach kids learn?

We Have to Fix E-Mail - - 69 views

    David Pogue added some other entries to the email charter. Very good tips to add onto the original 10 set up by Chris Anderson.
Glenda Baker

Save Our Inboxes! Adopt the Email Charter! - 118 views

    The Director of the TED Conference came up with these 10 Rules to help everyone with email. I plan to make them part of my curriculum for all my classes.
Martin Burrett - mail a bunch of virtual flowers - 1 views

    Design a virtual bouquet of flowers and send them by email or print them as quick and simple cards for events like Mother's Day.,+Craft+&+Design
Carl Bogardu

Free email newsletter service | TinyLetter - 54 views

    Begin a newsletter
Paul Bogush

Is your personal email at school subject to FOI - 22 views

  • ichigan FOIA requires the disclosure of public records upon proper request.  A “public record” is defined as “a writing prepared, owned, used, in the possession of, or retained by a public body in the performance of an official function, from the time it is created.” 
Tony Baldasaro

Killing Email: How and Why I Ditched My Inbox - 0 views

  • phasing out email instead of ditching the inbox immediately
  • Twitter will be my main form of communication. I know, not everyone uses Twitter, but the people I communicate with the most are (mostly) on Twitter. What I love about Twitter is that it’s very limited (140 characters), so you have to keep things brief, and also there isn’t the expectation that you’ll respond to every message, as there is in email. Friends can DM me on Twitter for personal communication.
  • IM or Skype chats
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  • collaboration, I’ll use Google Docs and/or wikis.
  • Friends and family can call me.
  • I’m always willing to experiment
    I've declared independence from email. After more than 15 years of dealing with email, of checking email multiple times a day, of responding over and over throughout the day, of deleting spam and unsubscribing from newsletters and unwanted notices, of filtering out messages and notifications, of deleting those dumb forwarded jokes and chain mails …
Marsha Ratzel

Education World ® : Curriculum: You've Got E-Mail -- But Can You Make It Real... - 1 views

  • "Before you begin a telecollaborative project," she said, "Look at the plan critically and decide whether it's worth it in terms of learning outcomes. Ask yourself these questions: Does this use of the Internet allow students to do something that can't be done in another way? Does this use of the Internet allow students to do something in a better way? "If the answer to either of those questions is yes," said Harris, "then your project is probably worth doing." "As teachers, we need to do what is our art and our craft -- which is teaching, not technology."
    • Marsha Ratzel
      Judi Harris has been this champion for years...she long ago convinced me that you shouldn't use tech just for the sake of using tech. Her statements gives the compelling questions we should all ask ourselves before embarking on the use of precious time. What's your return on investment????
  • An activity structure, according to Harris, is simply a description of what students do in an activity, without reference to content or grade level. For example, kindergarten students mixing paints, elementary students forming compound words, and high-school students creating chemical compounds are all using an activity structure that involves combining existing elements to form new elements. The content and grade level are strikingly different, but the basic activity, the structure of the activity, is the same. Existing activity structures, said Harris, are usually supported best by existing instructional tools. If Internet tools are going to be used to enable students to do something they haven't been able to do, or do as well, before, new activity structures, structures that are best supported by new instructional tools, must be identified and implemented.
  • Develop a project plan that's specific and logistically manageable.
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  • Establish a clear schedule, set interim deadlines, and send out reminders as deadlines approach
  • Be sure students have regular access to computers. Once a week in a computer lab is not enough time. For students to get the most out of a telecomputing project, they must be able to participate at least two or three times a week.
  • Focus on the use of the tools, not on the tools
    How to use email in the classroom
    It is truth
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

YouTube - Make Google Alerts your virtual research assistant - 1 views

    Bonnie Boots explains Google Alerts, a free online tool that will search the internet for any topic you designate, then email you the results--for FREE!
Maggie Tsai

Q&A: How to set my group email alert preference? - 46 views

Q: How to set my group email alert preference? A: Two easy ways to set your email notification preference (Not subscribed, Weekly, Daily, or Immediately) 1) Under each email, you will ...

alert notification email

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