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susana canelo

Issuu - You Publish - 0 views

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    A tool suggested by Ronaldo. Great to publish magazines on line
Paul Beaufait

writewith. - 0 views

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    another collaborat-able online writing venue
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    pointed out by julianna07 in Resources for Languages
Paul Beaufait

EPORTFOLIOS_FINAL_040708.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

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    This PDF from the Australian Flexible Learning Framework represents "activity to ensure portability and accessibility of learner collected evidence of learning" (p. 1). It is copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2008.
Paul Beaufait

CTL: Learning Environments - 0 views

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    This Center for Technology in Learning page introduces activities of the center which focus on learning environments, lists current projects, and includes a list of selected publications, many of which are available online.
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    I happened upon the sri.com site by following a reference to Tapped In (R) from the Unsung Hero... post on Authorship 2.0 (June 18, 2008).
Paul Beaufait

Turn Google Docs Into an RSS Reader and Feed Aggregator - 0 views

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    Live illustrations, step-by-step instructions, and video demonstration - Final products perhaps aren't as glamorous as Pageflakes or the like, but you certainly can make-do without another account/sign-in if you already do Google.
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    Thanks to Claudia (fceblog) for adding this tutorial to her Del.icio.us collection
Illya Arnet

Edtags.org: Tags: esl - 0 views

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    I found this in the NECC 08 webcasts and it looks like a great source for educators. The idea is to make a social tagging platform like delicious (or diigo!) but have it only relevant to educators. I can also warmly recommend the webcast: http://www.kzowebcasting.com/necc/ Tuesday 11am - Edtags.org
Illya Arnet

Clipmarks - Clipping Tool Installed - 0 views

    • Illya Arnet
       
      After taking some time to delve into this tool, I find it pretty exciting. You can very easily post things directly to you blog (haven't tried that yet) and clip things to print out so you only print what you want to print. It does have a social aspect, contrary to what I had mentioned while bookmarking. You can add comments and even follow what others are clipping. So let's see what else we can do with this!
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    This looks like a great resource for posting to blogs and sharing. A more personal type than diigo - less social, but still useful in its own right
Carla Arena

Live Blogging with Google Docs at The Journey - 0 views

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    Great idea to use during live events. This year, during the TESOL conference, I blogged live by using the iPhone and writing on a post as I watched the presentation. Some friends said that the profited from it as they couldn't be there and I was sharing at the exact moment things were happening. Would love to hear from you if you try it any time soon.
Carla Arena

Middle School and High School Collaboration Rubric - 0 views

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    This self- and peer-evaluation rubric focuses on collaborative, or perhaps cooperative activities and performances. There is a printable version (PDF), but both that and the web version are protected under copyright - all rights reserved, rather than under Creative Commons licenses.
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    You would have to obtain permission from the copyright holder before using these rubrics, or before adapting them in any way, wouldn't you?
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    Paul, yes. you need to ask permission as it is copyrighted. Info on the bottom of the page.
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