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Margot Laird

Web 2.0 in the Classroom - 0 views

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    A blog whose purpose is to explore resources and ideas for "everything Web 2.0 in the classroom." Resources are rich in type and quantity.
Carol Kubota

Video Tutorial | Edublogs - teacher and student blogs - 4 views

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    Start blogging with your students.
TA Hennard

ICT in my Classroom - 0 views

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    Tom Barrett's blog is an excellent way of keeping up with technology developments. I find myself using a variety of tools that he writes about such as VoiceThread.
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    Blog that tracks tech developments and new tools, along with suggestions for their use.
Andy Hepburn

The Thinking Stick - 1 views

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    Great blog resource for learning about upcoming trends in web technology
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    Great resource for learning about upcoming trends in web technology
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    Excellent ED Tech blog - with great links and presentations. There is wealth of information on this site related to online education. More of professional development site than a tool for instruction, but very interesting.
Staci Rubenzer

edubloggercon » home - 0 views

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    educational bloggers collaboration timed with ed tech conferences
Staci Rubenzer

Cool Cat Teacher Blog - 0 views

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    to use as great example of what a teacher's blog can be- also use as source of tech resources
Dennis OConnor

The Rapid eLearning Blog - 0 views

  • The way it seems to work is that organizations restructure and somewhere in the process the training people are usually the first to go.
  • So if I were to offer any advice, it would be to provide the most value that you can.
  • The challenge in all of this is that rapid elearning has to bring real value and isn’t just a bunch of PowerPoint files converted to Flash and then put online. 
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  • By creating rapid elearning courses, you bring value to your organization because you can drive down the cost of production. However, no software replaces the need for sound instructional design.
  • Assess your learners on what they need to do.  The original quiz questions are based on the product.  I changed the focus from the product to answering customer questions.  I still cover the same information, but am better off putting it in context to how the learner would use it.
  • I was on the phone with someone who had problems with her elearning course.  It seemed that nothing was working right.  As I dug a little deeper, it turned out that she was deleting some of her files.  She told me she did so to keep her files organized.  Apparently the folders were looking a bit messy.  What she didn’t realize was that all of those files she was moving and deleting ...
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    The rapid e-learning blog always has interesting articles.
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    Lots of great ideas for creating "rapid e-learning." Articulate is a software package used to create and convert PowerPoint presentations into flash presentations that can be used on-line, and from within Moodle or other course management systems.
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    This is a blog put on by the authoring tool Articulate. This blog contains many tutorials for how to create content that can be shared via an LMS such as Moodle.
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    This is a blog put on by the authoring tool Articulate. This blog contains many tutorials for how to create content that can be shared via an LMS such as Moodle.
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