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David Wetzel

Teach Science and Math - 14 views

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    A brief overview of pod casting is discussed, strategies for integration in math and science are provided, and pod casting resources are provided.
David Wetzel

Web Based Science Inquiry Learning Centers: Combining Online Resources with Classroom S... - 10 views

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    For a web-based learning to be truly effective it must be interactive. This means that it is not just a reformatted canned lesson of printed worksheets placed on the web. The web-based activity is inquiry-based and incorporates the full features available on the web - interactivity between computer and student. The learning activity must engage student critical thinking skills by using the scientific inquiry process.
christiane martins

WebTools4u2use - Finding the Right Tool - 13 views

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    Tenx to this...
Paul Beaufait

Internet Archive: Wayback Machine - 0 views

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    Thanks to Claudia for reminding me of this powerful tool.
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    About the Wayback Machine Browse through over 150 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible. Keyword searching is not currently supported. (Internet Archive: Wayback Machine, sidebar, retrieved 2009.09.20)
susana canelo

Nik's Quick Shout: Understanding Irony - 0 views

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    Nik's great activity and a whole blog to explore
Paul Beaufait

Marginalia Web Annotation | geof - 0 views

  • Marginalia is an open source Javascript web annotation system that allows users of web applications to highlight text and write margin notes. The Moodle version adds annotation to Moodle discussion forums
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    Moodle users may be interested in adding this to their sites.
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    Marginalia is an open source Javascript web annotation system that allows users of web applications to highlight text and write margin notes. The Moodle version adds annotation to Moodle discussion forums...
Paul Beaufait

Dimdim: Free Web Meeting, ... - 0 views

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    feature-rich free version accommodates up to 20 people
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    "... Free Web Conferencing, Meetup, Open Source, Net Meeting, eLearning, web conference, Unified Collaboration, Online Meetings, Online Training, Free Screen Sharing, collaboration, live meeting" (page title, 2008.11.25)
Paul Beaufait

Principles for Evaluating Websites ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

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    Guide to careful reading and evaluation of online resources
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    Original post by Stephen Downes (2005.07.16), remixed with ads and graphics in "How To Evaluate A Web Site['s] Trustworthiness and Credibility" by Luigi Canali De Rossi (2008.08.21)
IN PI

Coding In Paradise: Creating a Personal Research Agenda - 0 views

  • If you do not work on an important problem, it's unlikely you'll do important work.
  • It's not the consequence that makes a problem important, it is that you have a reasonable attack
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    1.About having a research agenda: 1.1."It is a list of questions to focus on, the organizing principle around which you work" 1.2.Benefits from having a personal research agenda: Keeps the track of meaning like following a thread while your thought mules over those questions. 2. Sharing of personal research questions: They turn around the future web - The Editable Web: finding "a web browser that deeply embeds collaboration and editing." 3. The fabulous "Web-utopia": "people, collaboration and usability are first class citizens; ... seamless community as a major component of the browser...unifying editing and community (Tim Berner)...collaborative hypertext... 4."How can we create communication technologies that provide ever greater levels of interpersonal connection...? 5. "How can we create information technologies of focus and minimal distraction...?" ("The law of conservation of attention") 6. On search systems 7. On transforming how we link and talk about information and docs 8. Lightening the handling of events 9. On effectiveness at creating ideas 10. On creating technologies as important as writing
Paul Beaufait

7 Things You Should Know About Ning | EDUCAUSE CONNECT - 0 views

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    One of the latest publications in the ELI "Seven Things You Should Know About..." series
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    Abstract: Ning is an online service that allows users to create their own social networks and join and participate in other networks. No technical skill is required to set up a social network, and there are no limits to the number of networks a user can join. Users of Ning social networks have access to functionality similar to that of more well-known social networks, such as Facebook and MySpace. Various features allow users to read news or learn about related events, join groups, read and comment on blog entries, view photos and videos, and other activities as set up by the network creator. RSS feeds let users subscribe to updates from specific parts of the social network.
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