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Dennis OConnor

Content Curation: The Art of a Curated Post [Infographic] | Content Marketing Forum - 1 views

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    "To avoid competing in search engine results with the original article, it is important to always craft a new headline. Invest significant time on this step of the process - a good headline could be the difference between someone clicking on your article or passing it by."
Syed Amjad Ali

E-Learning Course Development Standards - 3 views

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    A few important concepts to be considered by Learning Manager to understand their learning needs and assess e-learning vendor who can fulfill them.
Marissa Wilson

Open Content | Scoop.it - 6 views

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    Marissa Wilson's Scoop it 
Craig Ahern

E-learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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    This is Wilkepedia definition of E-Learning
John Resop

View Content - E-Learning For Educators-SP12-932C-933C - Stout - 1 views

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    Mash up music, photos, videos, & more to express what you care about. Your ideas, your emotions, your Glogster
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    You can create videos and animated pictures from selected photos, slides and music.
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    Prezi.com throws the slid-show model out he window and presents a giant canvas instead.
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    This looks like a wonderful tool to spice up presentations.
Lisa Lomasney

Collaborative Learning CSE - 6 views

http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=015297404487088130531:rrhfpwygfle

Collaborative learning career pathways Ibest shared content instruction student success

Jenny Morris

Animoto - simple, beautiful videos - 2 views

    • Jenny Morris
       
      Students have the ability to grab photos from many social media sites where they may already have uploaded useful graphics.
  • make it simple, and make it beautiful.
    • Jenny Morris
       
      For students, the "make it simple" part means they won't come to you with millions of "how to" questions. For teachers, the "make it beautiful" part means that it will be neat and efficient to assess.
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  • iPhone and Android owners, download our free app!
    • Jenny Morris
       
      Students can access the animoto app and don't need to be connected to a computer to work on their project - this means they could work from the football bus, theater stage, work breakroom, etc!
  • Share and share a Like.
    • Jenny Morris
       
      Students can share and comment on each others' videos. This means there's the possibility for peer grading with projects using animoto.
  • Use your words,tell your story.
    • Jenny Morris
       
      Thornburg emphasizes the importance of storytelling in the learning process; with animoto, students have the ability to tell their story in a unique and creative way.
  • Beautiful video styles.Lots of 'em.
    • Jenny Morris
       
      With so many different style, music, font, etc options, differentiation is easy with animoto!
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    Tools for creating videos with photos, videos and music.
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    Can you only use mp3 files or can you use itunes to add music to videos made through Animoto?
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    Animoto allows you to make video clips from photos, videos or music. You can create your own avatar.
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    Use this video website to have your students combine a variety of text, pictures, and clips into a short video. These could be as summative projects and viewed in class and shared with peers.
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    This website could allow students to upload pictures, clips, and texts to create a variety of video presentations. These short videos could be easily shared and viewed by classmates.
Dan Davies

Campfires in Cyberspace: Primordial Metaphors for Learning in the 21st Century - 0 views

  • The craft of multimedia design is not a linear mix of writing, image creation, sound composition, and selective placement of "button clicks" to advance to the next page. It is, instead, the storyteller's craft writ large — a new medium of expression whose ideas cannot be captured or presented in any other medium. We are experiencing the birth pains of this new craft, and it promises to be a noisy baby.
  • when the user can craft a personal pathway through the content, even if the material is already in place, this freedom of true interactivity supports the creation of unique ways to resolve the conflict established at the start of the story. Interactivity of this type is rewarding at many levels. It facilitates creativity and the development of thinking skills by the participant in the journey through story space.
  • True interactivity provides, at the minimum, the capacity to branch to different scenarios, to gather additional information, to take new twists and turns and, when very well done, to explore avenues never anticipated by the creator of the program.
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    Campfires in Cyberspace: Primordial Metaphors for Learning in the 21st Century David D. Thornburg, Ph.D.
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    Notes on interactivity
Richard Denhart

TED: Ideas worth spreading - 0 views

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    I think there is very nice video/lecture presentations in this collection.
Nicole Kind

InterActive Six Trait Writing Process - 3 views

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    This is a helpful site for Six Trait rubric development. Each of the traits is represented and accompanied by language for the creation of clear and specific expectations. This site is helpful for providing descriptive feedback to developing writers.
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    good stuff and very useful to non-English teacher!
Carol Kubota

Team8-2 - home - 1 views

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    And you thought wikis were boring. Check out this wiki.
Kait Sanford

Edmodo Online Community - 3 views

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      Edmoto is a great way to introduce students to online communities. It models Facebook, which could be dangerous if teachers are trying to create learning community and not just a social community. However, it is a great stepping stone into what online courses involve.
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    I have used this in limited ways with 7th grade students. Pretty easy to set up a class and it gives a "Facebook" type feel to classroom interactions within the private security of a school focused setting. What a great way to introduce, model and support best practices in social networking for kids. There is file sharing capabilities and assignment options in addition to microblogging. Teacher gets management of tools and options for each class. This is a fun way to share resources with and among students.
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    Edmodo is a social learning network tool for K-12 classrooms. While it would be a nice addition to a F2F classroom environment, I also think it could provide a nice 'hub' for an online classroom as well.
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    I can't seem to get a direct link to this, but it is an online delivery system that could by used to get content to students online. I started a class, added a fake student, uploaded an assignment, had the fake student complete the assignment, graded it and posted comments in about 45 minutes. It wasn't very elegant, but it was pretty easy to figure out without a lot of (or any) instruction.
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    I love edmodo as a teen-friendly way to share information. The discussion groups are closed - only you and your students have access (and their parents if you share the code). The students like that it has a facebook feel to it. I like that I can share links and information easily. For example, I found a website about cool high tech careers and posted it for all my high school students. To my surprise, I've found that even high school students like the badges you can give out on edmodo. I've made a number of badges, such as the "perfect 10" badge that I give out when a student gets a perfect score on an assignment. They really want to get that badge and show it off to their friends if they get it. You can also delete posts if a student posts something unprofessional. A great teachable moment!
Debi Griggs

TED: Ideas worth spreading - 1 views

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    Collection of speeches or talks given by noteworthy people.
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    TED Conference
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    Is a group of video conferences available for viewing on line. It contains videos on many different topics including business, technology, education and science. This could be used in my course to provide supplemental material and to engage the students in another way. Appeals to the visual and audio learers and brings in different perspectives for consideration.
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    My go to site on the Web for interesting and provocative videos for my Org Behavior and Web classes.
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