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Fred Delventhal

Discovery Educator Network - NECC Ning - 0 views

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    This group is for the Discovery Educator Network. I thought it would be easier to have a group here instead of going to the DEN Ning.
Fred Delventhal

Up2Maps - Create & Share thematic maps of any country in the world - 0 views

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    See and Publish your research data on Thematic Maps & Share results with the World Community!
Fred Delventhal

CleVR » Free and easy panoramic photo stitching software, panoramas and virtu... - 0 views

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    You can create stunning panoramas and turn them into interactive virtual tours.
Fred Delventhal

Online Backup from Backblaze - 0 views

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    Backup Everything
    Backblaze online backup encrypts and uploads all your data - no questions asked. No picking files. No digging through folders. It's just install and forget.
Dominic Salvucci

Webfetti - Add FREE Customized Layouts, Generators, Graphics and Bling to Your Page! - 0 views

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    Free stuff to dress up your webpages.
Fred Delventhal

Cool Text: Logo and Graphics Generator - 0 views

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    Cool Text is a free graphics generator for web pages and anywhere else you need an impressive logo without a lot of design work. Simply choose what kind of image you would like. Then fill out a form and you'll have your own custom image created on the fly.
Jennifer Dorman

Diigo Blog » Diigo Lists vs. Google Notebook - 0 views

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    1. Google Notebook is very much similar to Diigo Lists. In Diigo Lists, you can organize, share and display specific collections of bookmarks. Once you add bookmarks to your list, you can easily re-arrange the collections by drag-and-drop, and add "section". And you can publish a Diigo list as an HTML document.
    2. In Diigo, an item in a list is also saved separately as a bookmark (which can be tagged). So in this sense, Diigo integrates both Google Notebook and Google Bookmark.
    3. Diigo also has the important advantage that "clippings" are really "highlights" on the original web pages and will be shown as such when you re-visit the web pages, reminding you the exact context of the clippings.
    4. Another unique Diigo list feature: once you create a list, click the " WebSlides" button, you can browse, play and annotate any list of URLs as a slide show! It's great for content browsing, sharing, and creating unique presentations based on web content.Here is an example of a Diigo List, consisting of recent reviews of Diigo, and watch the Diigo List / WebSlides in action!
    5. Google Notebook is a bit more flexible in that an item does not have to be tied to a webpage. Diigo Lists will soon be upgraded to provide this flexibility and a lot more in the near future.
Dean Mantz

Teaching the Civil War with Technology - 1 views

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    Learn about the American Civil War through the integration of some technology tools.
Randy Rodgers

Cloudo - 0 views

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    Virtual, online desktop. Access your desktop from any computer.
Fred Delventhal

Main Page - Teampedia - 0 views

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    Teampedia is a collaborative encyclopedia of free team building activities, free icebreakers, teamwork resources, and tools for teams that anyone can edit!
    This site is designed for a wide audience including: team leaders, trainers, teachers, managers, camp directors, counselors, and youth groups.
Randy Rodgers

The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education - 2008 | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the D... - 0 views

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    Great list of Web 2.0 apps for education
Fred Delventhal

7 Clever Ways to Make a Recycled Laptop Case : Planet Green - 0 views

  • Create a unique laptop case using old items from around the house. Here's How!
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    Create a unique laptop case using old items from around the house. Here's How!
Aly Kenee

Free Websites For Teachers! - 0 views

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    Free teacher websites with some pretty good-looking features. Seems like a slimmed-down moodle.
Fred Delventhal

How to Remove and Hide Blogger NavBar (Top Navigation Bar) » My Digital Life - 0 views

  • ’s possible to hide and remove the NavBar with a little CSS hack. The trick will not interfere or mess up with the custom layouts that webmaster has designed, and pretty safe and easy to implement. In fact, if you’re publishing the Blogger blog to own custom domain with FTP or SFTP, it’s possible to turn off NavBar.
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