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Randy Rodgers

Jauntful - 106 views

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    Site lets users create interactive maps of any location. Users add pins, then share stories or information, images, etc. Could be a good tool for students learning about historical places, local communities, etc. Also a good tool for writing short expository texts.
Jennie Snyder

8 Ideas, 10 Guides, And 17 Tools For A Better Professional Learning Network - 5 views

  • Get started developing your social media PLN with these tips and ideas for great ways to make use of social tools.
  • t’s not enough to just follow and read, you need to connect.
  • can chat, collaborate, and connect through Twitter chats
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  • hese guides to find out how other educators have used social media and other tools to grow their personal learning networks.
  • Use these popular social media tools for learning to grow and take advantage of your network with the latest technology.
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    An excellent post with resources on developing and building a personal learning network.
Deborah Baillesderr

Screenr | Instant screencasts: Just click record - 195 views

  • Share your knowledge on Twitter and Facebook Reveal tips, tricks and software shortcuts Showcase the ins and outs of new products and apps Build brand and expert reputation Embed video tutorials on sites and blogs
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    Shared at edubloggercon
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    Web site that allows publishing of screencasts, with no software installed locally
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    create and share screen casts from power points, flip charts, smart boards for example. Add a short recap of your lesson and upoload to share with absent students or as a study guide.
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    Very much like screen-o-matic
Gene Tognetti

New Tools - LibGuides at Springfield Township High School - 134 views

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    Joyce Valenza and Kristen Swanson, have assembled a good collection of Web 2.0 tools and guides for teachers. The collection is part of STHS Library Guides. Their new tools catalog is organized by function (wikis, podcasting, etc) and topics related to technology use in schools (media literacy, fair use, privacy).  Applications for EducationIf you're the technology integration specialist or just the "techy" person that everyone goes to, the STHS Library New Tools is a good site to refer your colleagues to when they need a quick reference to learn about new tools.
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    This is a pretty decent collection of web tools and descriptions to pass along as references/resources of ed tech.
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    An amazing array of resources for education: digital storytelling, copyright/creative commons, tag clouds, mindmapping, digital citizenship and more.  Take 10 minutes to peruse this - impressive collection. Looks current, too.
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