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Exploring social bookmarking with Diigo | lynda.com - YouTube - 48 views

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    Lynda.com 7 minute tutorial on how to set up Diigo
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    Video on Lynda.com that give a great intro to Diigo and an overview of how to use it for education. This is a helpful overview when asking others to use Diigo.
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    Video on Lynda.com that give a great intro to Diigo and an overview of how to use it for education.
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AppEducation | Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! - 80 views

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    This post explains the "why" and "how" of Twitter in teacher friendly terms. Joanne Fox is an elementary ed. teacher who helps moderate #Caedchat on Sunday evenings when she's not teaching and tweeting. Make Twitter your Superpower as a teacher or administrator.
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    A great introduction on how to use twitter to establish a PLN.
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How Do I Create a Hybrid Class - 34 views

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    Notes from Pat James Hanz of San Jacinto College for an instructor considering how to create a hybrid class
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Make Your Own E-Books with Pandoc - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 80 views

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    learning how to make an e-book via crowdsourcing your own blog (example from sociologist Kieran Healy) - or online journal (example from J of Southern Religion) - or open-access book (Mark Sample's Hacking the Academy) - recommending Pandoc but also refers to Sigil, Anthologize
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Friday Institute for Educational Innovation - FIZZ - 142 views

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    Videos for everything from why do it, to how to do it (buy the boards, set up the lectures, set up the tripod, upload). Amazing resource for anyone slightly overwhelmed, but really interested in, the flipped classroom
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Free Social Teaching and Learning Network focused solely on education - 58 views

  • Some people describe Sophia as a mash up of Wikipedia, YouTube, and Facebook — focused solely on teaching and learning. It’s where you can teach what you know and learn what you don’t. Whether you’re a high school student, college student, teacher, professor, tutor or parent, Sophia makes knowledge easier to share, easier to find, and easier to organize. And it’s free.
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    A new startup social networking site focusing on teaching and learning.
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    It will be interesting to see how this site develops. I plan to use it to host some learning modules I'm working on.
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    Sophia hosts free online learning content in multimedia "packets" tied to MN K-12 standards. A blend of Facebook, Wikipedia, Atomic Learning, and Hippocampus.
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    Some people describe Sophia as a mash up of Wikipedia, YouTube, and Facebook - focused solely on teaching and learning. It's where you can teach what you know and learn what you don't. Whether you're a high school student, college student, teacher, professor, tutor or parent, Sophia makes knowledge easier to share, easier to find, and easier to organize. And it's free.
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