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Ihering Alcoforado

50 Interesting Ways To Use Skype In Your Classroom | Edudemic - 19 views

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    I'm a so-so fan of Skype. I've used it on an infrequent basis and have had more than a few dropped calls. Audio and video alike. However, it's a cheap way to make long distance calls and seems to work better over wi-fi and the video quality is improving on a regular basis. So therefore it's probably a great tool for the classroom. But how can you use Skype to do more than just make calls? Well, there's a pantload of interesting ways! Check out these fun ideas: Collaborate! Meet with other classrooms: One of the most common projects educators utilize Skype for is setting up exchanges with classrooms around the world, usually for cultural exchange purposes or working together on a common assignment. The program's official site provides some great opportunities to meet up with like-minded teachers and students sharing the same goals. Practice a foreign language: Connect with individual learners or classrooms hailing from a different native tongue can use a Skype collaboration to sharpen grammar and pronunciation skills through conversation. Peace One Day: Far beyond classroom collaborations, the Peace One Day initiative teamed up with Skype itself and educators across the globe to teach kids about the importance of ending violence, war, and other social ills. Around the World with 80 Schools: This challenge asks participating schools to hook up with 80 worldwide and report back what all they've learned about other cultures and languages. Talk about the weather: One popular Skype project sees participants from different regions make note of the weather patterns for a specified period of time, with students comparing and contrasting the results. Collaborative poetry: In this assignment, connected classrooms pen poetic pieces together and share them via video conferencing. Practice interviews: The education system frequently receives criticism for its failure to prepare students for the real world, but using Skype to help them run through mock-up
Jennifer Garcia

Record by phone with Gabcast.com - 0 views

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    "# record using your phone or VoIP Recording audio has never been easier! Simply call us using a touch-tone telephone or a VoIP client. No microphone or audio editing software required. VoIP recording is FREE! Telephone recording is just $0.10/min - there are no other costs involved. # create podcasts Are you an audiophile? No. Then why concern yourself with the complexities of podcasting? Let us do the heavy lifting. Yes. Upload your studio produced episodes. Each of your channels can be subscribed to by an RSS client like iTunes, IE7, Firefox or any number of web-based portals. # post audio to your blogs Post audio content to your blogs! We integrate with popular blogging software like Blogger, TypePad, WordPress and more! # create audio greetings Create audio greetings to welcome users to your website! Or use a greeting as an audio avatar or signature in an email! # host conference calls Connect with colleagues and friends in conference calls! # tell me more "
Martin Burrett

Record mp3 - 0 views

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    This is a really simple flash-based audio recorder. Just press record, listen and download or share the link. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Martin Burrett

Apowersoft Free Online Screen Recorder - Web-based Screen recorder - 0 views

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    This is a useful online screen capture site which uses Java to record the whole of your screen or a selected window without a water mark or logo. When you have completed the capture, the WMV format video file is downloaded to your computer. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Graham Atttwell

Knowledge-at-work: Boundary objects and KM - 5 views

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    " Boundary object (BO), originally introduced by Starr (1989), is a concept to refer to objects that serve an interface between different communities of practice. Boundary objects are an entity shared by several different communities but viewed or used differently by each of them. As Star points out, boundary objects in an organization work because they necessarily contain sufficient detail to be understandable by both parties, however, neither party is required to understand the full context of use by the other - boundary objects serve as point of mediation and negotiation around intent. Boundary objects are flexible enough to adapt to local needs and have different distinct identities in different communities, but at the same time robust enough to maintain a common identity across the boundaries to be a place for shared work. Boundary objects are not necessarily physical artifacts such as a map between two people: they can be a set of information, conversations, interests, rules, plans, contracts, or even persons. It is around BOs that Communities of Practice (CoPs) often gather. BOs are 'used' by members of different communities in very different ways, although the representation is shared. BOs are an important class of knowledge artifacts. They are center stage in the dynamics of knowledge exchange. BOs are also known as CISs (common information spaces). Examples: Reports are a classic example of traces as boundary objects that the professionals and other members share. Faxed documents and email massages are also the boundary object among distributed members. Information spaces, where particpants gather to exchange information, co-ordinate activites and create knowledge are another example of BOs A library catalog, an order entry process, travel assistance request form, an organizational knowledge map, i.e. one of the products from your knowledge mapping project! Mapping BOs: Boundary objects are a very useful way to structure and
Martin Burrett

Sound Around You - 0 views

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    This is a wonderful site from the University of Salford in the UK. Listen to soundscapes which have been recorded all over the world. Navigate on the map to find a place of interest, listen to the recording and read the information about the location. Upload your own soundscapes using the site or download the iPhone and iPad app at https://itunes.apple.com/app/i-say/id516927213. It's a useful geography resource and should get your students thinking about the sounds around them. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Martin Burrett

Guinness World Records - 0 views

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    Use fascinating and just plain weird World records to introduction topics in your class. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Cross+Curricular
Ihering Alcoforado

Top 10 Free Online Tutoring Tools for 2012 | Edudemic - 40 views

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    Top 10 Free Online Tutoring Tools for 2012 Topics: education, free tools, guest, technology, technology for tutoring, tutoring resources, tutoring tools inShare Share 462 The Internet provides a wealth of resources for teachers, tutors, and students to go well beyond classroom learning. Whether you're a teacher preparing for tomorrow's lecture, a professional tutor working with one or two students, or you just want to help your cousin in Alabama with some trig homework, these free tools will help you interact with your student(s) sans the confines of the classroom. Skype with Idroo Idroo is an online educational whiteboard used in combination with Skype. Use it with as many students or fellow teachers as you want for tutoring sessions or meetings, as the whiteboard's "only limitations" are Internet connection speed and how fast everyone involved absorbs the material. All writing and drawing done on the whiteboard is visible to participants in real time, making it a true virtual classroom. It also allows for remote math tutoring with its professional math typing tool. Gchat Anyone with a gmail account can access Gchat. Teachers, tutors, and students can talk to one another in real time, as well as send and receive files instantly. Save chats for referral purposes in your gmail account, or download the Google Talk application for voice conferencing with multiple parties. WizIQ Teachers, students and organizations can create free accounts on WizIQ, another online education portal. Students have the option to attend online classes, download free tutorials, use free practice tests, or find teachers with certain expertise. Online classes are not free, however. Teachers and organizations can offer recorded classes through WizIQ or those in real time, create online tests, use live audio and video chat, and distribute course work in any standard format. Teachers must pay per month for this service, though WizIQ offers easy teacher payment collection from stu
Martin Burrett

croak.it - 0 views

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    This is a superb online recording tool where you can make a 30 second audio recoding at the touch of a button. Just share the short link to share your message. There are apps for mobile devices and a bookmarklet for quick access. It's a wonderful way to give homework/instructions and for students to ask questions when away from class. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Sharon Elin

In our opinion: Utah earns digital learning excellence | Deseret News - 4 views

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    "Utah emerges as the vanguard of the nation, with a 92.3 percent score, because the state has opportunities for students in all grades to access online courses, because it requires credit to be based on mastery of skills and content rather than on seat time, and because of its "Student Achievement Backpack," which creates a portable education record that follows the student from school to school - and gives parents the right and ability to securely access those records."
Graham Atttwell

WordPress › Audioboo WP « WordPress Plugins - 0 views

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    udioboo is an iPhone and iPod Touch application that allows you to record audio, add photos and then saves it to the web complete with geo-location data. Audioboo WP allows you to display your most recent recordings from your account on http://audioboo.fm. You will need to create an account on Audioboo in order to be able to successfully link to it.
Martin Burrett

ReMouse - Mouse & keyboard recorder - 0 views

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    A lovely little program that lets you record and play mouse and keyboard actions. Great it you currently repeat the same actions again and again. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Spreaker - Online Radio - 0 views

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    One of the best sites I have seen for making podcasts. Either record live or a pre-recorded broadcast. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Antwak Short videos

Insightful videos on "Interview Preparation" by 26+ professionals - 0 views

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    Here's the step by step guide for Data Science Interview Process The Interview process begins directly from the point you begin investigating the various job positions that allure you. Furthermore, it goes up to the stage of in-person (face to face) interviews. Remember that this is a crucial interview procedure. You probably won't need to experience every single step in your interview procedure. Comprehend and follow the Different Roles, Skills and Interviews Update your Resume and Start Applying! Telephonic Screening Clearing the Assignments In-Person Interaction(s) Post-Interview Steps The above-mentioned steps will be helpful all through your Interview preparation! Know about different Roles, Skills and Interviews in Data Science The main thing you need to comprehend is that there are many jobs in the data science environment. An average data science project has a life cycle. A data scientist is just one part of an effective data science project. Let's check out a quick run-through of different data Scientist job roles. Data Scientist Business Analyst Data Analyst Data Visualizer Analyst Data Science Manager Data Architect AI Engineer PC Vision Engineer You need to have great correspondence and critical thinking skills. You need not know Python and technicals skills. A data architect will probably be tested on his/her programming skills. Get prepared as per the company's expectations. Prepare for the interviews- Create your Digital presence Over 80% of employers we addressed revealed that they check an applicant's LinkedIn profile. Recruiters need to crosscheck and assure the claims made in the resume are genuine or not. You ought to have a LinkedIn profile. It ought to be updated and enhanced by the role(s) you're applying for. Make a GitHub account. Writing computer programs is a crucial task in the data science job role. Transferring your code and ventures to GitHub helps the recruiters see your work directly. Regularly
Antwak Short videos

What is Identity and Access Management? - 0 views

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    IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT Identity and access management (IAM) is a collective term that covers merchandise, processes, and policies for managing user identities and regulating user access in the company. Access and User are two very important IAM theories. Access refers to the permission or authorization given to access a file (read, create or modify a doc). Users can be employers, auditors, suppliers, contractors or customers. How Identity and Access Management works IAM systems are intended to perform three key undertakings: identity, authenticate, and authorise. This means, just the right people ought to access PCs, equipment, software applications, any IT assets, or perform certain tasks. IAM components forming up an IAM system include: 1. A data set containing users identities and access privileges. 2. IAM instruments for creating, observing, modifying, and deleting access advantages. 3. A system for inspecting login and access history. 4. The list of access privileges needs to be updated including new entry users and for users whose roles are ever-changing. 5. IAM works generally fall under IT divisions or sectors that handle Cybersecurity and data management. Examples of Identity and Access management Here are instances of IAM at work. When a user tries to log in to the system, the system checks his identity with the data saved in the database. Once the user is identified after authentication as the right user, he's permitted to post his work. A person who works as a contributor to content management has full access to make changes in the database. A production operator can see an online work process however may not be permitted to modify it. Through IAM, specific clients in the association are permitted to access and deal with sensitive data. And if there's no IAM, anybody (like unauthorised ) could get to confidential organization records, prompting a potential data breach. In this viewpoint, IAM assists organizations with meeting rigid
Martin Burrett

Rylstim Screen Recorder - Recording On-Screen Manipulations to AVI File | Rylstim - 0 views

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    Download this simple screen capture software. The videos do not have a watermark and are made using a easily editable AVI format. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Martin Burrett

Canvastic - 0 views

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    A useful, simple drawing site with pen, line tool and shapes. It also records all the strokes you make and you can replay this and add a message. Then download the result to your computer. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Photos+%26+Images
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