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Roland Gesthuizen

12 Things You Should Never Do When You Teach Online - 159 views

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    "We all know there are a lot of great articles out there on the web that talk about what you should do when you teach online. But sometimes what a new online teacher really needs is a list of what NOT to do when teaching online. Here are 12 things I recommend that online teachers do not do:"
Dona Hartwich

MakeUseOf - 90 views

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    If you can't get enough tips, apps, websites, tech help and guides, Make Use Of should be a go-to for you. This website will keep you in-the-know when it comes to anything tech. Cost: Free.
Margaret Moore-Taylor

Digital Wish - About Digital Wish - 5 views

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    a website to empower teachers to solve their own technology shortfalls by connecting classrooms with their communities using the Internet. A year later, www.digitalwish.org launched with a simple wish list feature and a few technology products. The need for classroom technology was so great that 1,000 teachers posted wishes in the first month. With such high demand, we began the process of turning Digital Wish into an official nonprofit organization.
Tony Bollino

Directory of Learning & Performance Tools « Centre for Learning & Performance... - 45 views

  • Tools for creating, delivering, managing and/or tracking learning and/or providing a formal social learning environment.
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    Over 2,000 tools for learning and working in education and the workplace
Miriam Martin

Kidblog - 3 views

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    Safe and simple blogs for your students.
Cindy Edwards

Social Posters - Checkthis - 100 views

shared by Cindy Edwards on 03 Apr 12 - No Cached
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    Alternative to blogging; no account required.  "Just publish your content and share the link."
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    Create digital posters Great for author's purpose and choosing the right messaging tool. 
allbookedup

I want to - 145 views

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    web 2.0 applications
Liz Eckert

PhotoPin - Free Photos for Bloggers via Creative Commons - 199 views

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    Photo Pin is a new website offering images that can be re-used for blog entries, video productions, slideshows, and print media. Photo Pin uses a combination of Flickr's API for Creative Commons search and Fotolia's image library to serve-up royalty-free images. The search results page on Photo Pin clearly delineates between images that are free to use and images that you have to purchase. Applications for Education If you're looking for a new way to find Creative Commons-licensed images for yourself or your students, Photo Pin could be a good option for you. I like that Photo Pin offers a clear reminder to users that they must correctly link to the sources of the images that they choose to use.
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    Search Creative Commons photos adn attribute them for your blog or website easily
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    useful for creative commons images - free and subscription based but none free ones usually have sponsored across the corner of the thumbnail
Peter Beens

A Principal's Reflections: Social Media is Not Just For Students - 54 views

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    When principals hear the words Twitter and Facebook they cringe. Immediately, visions of excessive socialization, time wasted, and meaningless conversations in the form of updates come to mind. This is true, in many cases, when these tools are used for personal use. I am here to share ways in which principals can harness the power of these free resources to improve communications, public relations, professional growth, instruction, and create a brand presence for your school. Quite simply, social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook have improved my effectiveness and efficiency as an educational leader.
Kalin Wilburn

Write In Private: Free Online Diary And Personal Journal | Penzu - 2 views

  • Write in Private
  • Your own personal journal and online diary.
  • Don't want to share everything with the world? Easily keep your personal thoughts, memories,and ideas safe and secure in the cloud!
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  • Rich in Features Privacy First  Penzu was designed to focus on your privacy. Unlike blogging,your entries are private by default. A Picture Is Worth A Thousand…Insert your own photos (now with flickr) and bring your entries to life! Share If You Want To  You can shareyour individual entries via email or createa public link and share with the world... Instant Search  Find long-lost entries quickly and easily with our fast filtered search and sorting.
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  • Locking  You can password protect your individual entries for extra privacy. Or, with a Penzu Pro account, you can lock the contents of your entries using military-grade encryption and a unique distributed security process to keep your data safe. SSL  Your entries are even more secure with 128-bit SSL, the same technology used by online banks to transfer information across the web. That means all entries, passwords, and data are safely sent to our servers from your computer or device. Read All About Security →
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