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Martin Burrett

Bag The Web - 69 views

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    A great site for sharing great sites and bookmarks with others. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Chris Betcher

Diigo and Prezi | Quite Useful - 5 views

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    I think that diigo is wonderful. It is such a good way to organise your bookmarks.  It's also a great way to collaborate on resources. I often find great websites that my colleagues may find useful, though I'm never quite sure if they are worthy of clogging their inboxes. With diigo I can just add to a group list and then everyone can access them.
Mu He

TagMyDoc - 79 views

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    A great online tool for uploading, storage and sharing documents by link or QR code. Simply upload your item to generate both to share. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Adds a QR code to document that when scanned provides a copy of the document. Could be added to the syllabus and other handouts.
Martin Burrett

BO.LT - 84 views

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    This is an amazing tool which allows you to edit almost any webpage, including adding your own content and deleting what you don't want, while retaining active links and the page's functions. Really useful for editing graphic heavy sites on a slow network or removing links to unsuitable content. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Steve Gall

DropMocks - 94 views

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    An easy to create photo gallery. Just drag your images into the frame to upload. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Photos+%26+Images
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    Really easy photo sharing.
Martin Burrett

Dropbox - Simplify your life - 93 views

    • Kalin Wilburn
       
      Use dropbox to keep track of files you need at home, work, and anywhere else you might be. It provides you the ability to access your files from any location, allow others to "drop" files into your dropbox, and to share any files you have placed in there. You can use it for student work or just as a personal productivity tool.
    • Kalin Wilburn
       
      It has to be downloaded on your computer so if you want to use this at school you will need your tech coordinator's permission.
    • S. Cosmo
       
      But you can use it at school with the access to the web page...
    • smithirowa24
       
      Dropbox synchs with your smart phone like an iphone, and it also synchs with tablets like the ipad.  This way I can carry my files no matter where I am.
    • Bill Shelly
       
      Try this in combination with dropitto.me. Awesome!
    • benjaminv
       
      I am not sure, but the idea of bringing referals to increase storage are awesome.
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    This is an amazing solution for storing, sharing, and back up your data. The ability to access files from any computer & mobile devices makes this a great solution. Up to 2GB storage free! Learn more about the public folder to share files with others, while keeping your other files private. I have it on both my Apple computers and on two PCs. This rocks!
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    I love my Dropbox!! It makes life so much easier!
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    I have it too, and have used it for a couple of years now to go between my mac at school and PC at home. I recently blogged about it here: http://www.educationtechnologyblog.com/1/post/2010/08/dropbox-for-educators.html
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    @Jonathon, thanks for sharing the blog post. I'll pass that along to others. @Cathy, thanks for confirming it's been a useful tool.
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    One of the leading and best online file storage option. It works across many different devices and is great for teachers who like to travel light. Download required. Basic package is free with 'paid for' option with more storage. Easily share files with others. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
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