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Deborah Baillesderr

EyeWitness to History - history through the eyes of those who lived it - 98 views

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    Another great site for historical resources.
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    EyeWitness to History - history through the eyes of those who lived it
A Strang

Top 50 Web 2.0 Tools (50 Web 2.0 Tools Your Students Want You to Use) - 263 views

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    This is a great idea but the site itself gave me an instant headache because of the color combination, could it be toned down?
Don Benn

Douwe Osinga's Projects: Visited Countries - 28 views

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      Great way for students to learn about one another. Find states that they have visited.
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      would use this with students and have them post it in a blog entry as a great introduction to the new year. Even use as a math exercise for statistics.
  • Visited places is implemented for the following maps: The World The United States India Select in the table below the countries you have been to and click go.
Mary Jo Egus

World History - 5 views

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    A great site for teacher lessons in World History
Trevor Cunningham

World Digital Library Home - 13 views

shared by Trevor Cunningham on 17 Sep 09 - Cached
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    World Digital Libary
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    It's happening!
anonymous

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection - UT Library Online - 0 views

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    "Google Earth (earth.google.com) works wonders but loves to crash on older computers. Try the University of Texas at Austin's renowned Perry-Castañeda Library Virtual Map Room for a wide array of PDF maps from around the globe."
Linda Zwillick

digitalexperiences - home - 0 views

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    I have been part of a very exciting Graduate Program at CW Post. Through this program we have created a site that we would like to share with you. In this site you will find very exciting and new ways to take your students or yourself on a virtual field trip. Many times we would like to travel to interesting places but do not have the means. Through this site you are able to travel to places and experience them digitally. You also are able to share your travels on this site. Imagine going to Egypt and wanting to share it with students who might possibly never have an opportunity to go themselves. Please feel free to email us at Digitalexperiences@gmail.com with questions. A fast and free field trip is at your finger tips! All you need to do is visit : digitalexperiences.wikispaces.com Enjoy!!! We look forward to hearing about your experiences and joining in our quest to re-invent a digital field trip!!!
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