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anonymous

120 Twitter Mashups and Growing Fast - 0 views

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    CHeck out some of the amazing twitter mashups!
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    Twitter now has over 120 mashups with it. Amazing, eh?
Vicki Davis

Intel® Mash Maker - 0 views

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    Intel Mashmaker is a tool that you download and "mashup" sites together. It is supposed to allow average everyday people to be able to mashup google sites, flickr, almost anything with what programmers call an api.
Vicki Davis

Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson : Popfly Coin Flip Mashup Tutorial - 0 views

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    Information on popfly and windows live writer and how it may be used in the classroom. Cool post.
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    This is a fascinating blog post about how Alfred Thompson used PopFly to create a mashup activity for a classroom demo for teachers. He also took this document from word into Live writer to make a blog post. It is important to look at many ways to do things. I found this information very insightful and cool.
Vicki Davis

Home - Microsoft Popfly - 0 views

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    Using mashups is going to become an essential skill, I believe. Students should understand what they are.
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    Microsoft Popfly lets you make mashups and build web pages without knowing code. I am to the point I don't teach the detailed web site creation coding I used to. I teach RSS, embedding, creating wikis, uploading media of all kinds, but I just don't know how important coding is any more at the basic level. I want to spend some time tinkering with this.
Diego Morelli

Remix Culture & Fair Use: Best Practices for Online Video - 0 views

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    An interesting video I came across about the main issues concerning fair use, copyright, and video mashups. Highlights from my transcription below: We're seeing this blossoming of amateur cultures, video remixes and creativity, and a lot of these works are circulating on the Internet. Copyright law is all about balance........
Ben Rimes

Globe Genie - Joe McMichael - 4 views

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    A fun mashup of Google Street View and Google Maps. Allows you to hop around the globe by randomly teleporting to a continent. Useful for reviewing how to find coordinates of a location.
anonymous

Find Country - Improve your geography knowledge - 0 views

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    A mashup with Google Maps, the site asks you to find countries. Look closely, the country it wants you to find is listed under the field where you put your name. It gives you a group of ten at a time,
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    Not for high school, but this would be a good 'game' when you're studying world geography. ELem? Middle school?
Vicki Davis

NIBIPEDIA : Together We Learn - 0 views

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    Mashing video and wikis into an educational mashup of sorts.
Fred Delventhal

storytlr | your life online - 0 views

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    Mashup your data into stories * Tell your stories in a new way Photo albums are old school! Pick your sources, start and end date and your story is good to go. If necessary you can tweak it for a better flow.
Vicki Davis

CONTENTMEETSTECHNOLOGY.COM - 0 views

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    Mashup contest to envision the future of education and win a lot of prizes! This is a great idea!
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    Cool contest to envision the future of education and win prizes!
Claude Almansi

It's not about tools. It's about change. « Connectivism - 1 views

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    [George Siemens] June 12th, 2007 "...It's the change underlying these tools that I'm trying to emphasize. Forget blogs…think open dialogue. Forget wikis…think collaboration. Forget podcasts…think democracy of voice. Forget RSS/aggregation…think personal networks. Forget any of the tools…and think instead of the fundamental restructuring of how knowledge is created, disseminated, shared, and validated. But to create real change, we need to move our conversation beyond simply the tools and our jargon. Parents understand the importance of preparing their children for tomorrow's world. They might not understand RSS, mashups, and blogs. Society understands the importance of a skilled workforce, of critical and creative thinkers. They may not understand wikis, podcasts, or user-created video or collaboratively written software. Unfortunately, where our aim should be about change, our sights are set on tools. And we wonder why we're not hitting the mark we desire. Perhaps our vision for change is still unsettled. What would success look like if we achieved it? What would classrooms look like? How would learning occur? We require a vision for change. It's reflected occasionally in classroom 2.0 or enterprise 2.0 projects. But the tool, not change centric, theme still arises. We may think we are talking about change, but our audience hears hype and complex jargon. What is your vision for change?"
anonymous

YouTube - "The Internet Symphony" Global Mash Up - 0 views

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    This gives me goosebumps! Bravo! to all involved (including a local string bass player)
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    The youtube symphony mashup. Watch this!
Vicki Davis

Knotebooks - Anyone can contribute. Everyone can learn. - 13 views

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    Website with tons of math and physics resources shared through a community. This site will give you the best physics and math multimedia on the web in one place. The partners are MIT OpenCourseware and Stony Brook University. This is another way to mashup content and how material is becoming more open
Clif Mims

National Atlas.Gov - 14 views

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    "...the latest National Atlas includes electronic maps and services that are delivered online. We are using information presentation, access, and delivery technologies that didn't exist 30 years ago to bring you a dynamic and interactive atlas. But we have held fast to our tradition of producing the finest maps in the world. We think nationalatlas.gov™ is more useful than any bound collection of paper maps." Work with multiple map layers
Clif Mims

CommunityWalk - 15 views

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    Create informational, interactive, and engaging maps with the ability to include photos, videos, and more.
anonymous

TwiTV - 0 views

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    This monitors what folks are watching or listening to on twitter. It shows WHO tweeted it, what they said, AND the media, if possible.
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    Now you HAVE to check this out! It is AMAZING!! Caution! THis MAY show things that are NOT appropriate for school. But it's VERY cool!
anonymous

::Track This Now:: Track articles across the world on a map - 0 views

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    I LOVE this one! Makes it very easy for kids to read what other countries are saying about your topic. Love the mashup with the map. Track this now also avialable for twitter and flickr and even YouTube.
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    Enter your search term and this site searches for articles about that topic from around the world, putting push pins on the global map to show you. Click the pins to see articles. EXCELLENT!
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