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Amy Burns

CogDogRoo - home - 0 views

    Great list of Web2.0 tools with emphasis on digital storytelling.
    I use this site often for ideas relating to digital storytelling.

activitytypes - Social Studies - 0 views

    Linking activities you may be exploring in class with web2.0 or online tools. It's a starting point to consider.
James Koop

Remind101 - 0 views

    This could be a great way to communicate with students in an online class by using cell phones to remind them of assignments/upcoming due dates/tests. It is free and students and teachers don't share their cell numbers.

Edmodo | Home - 2 views

    digital photo reflection/interactive site 
    Edmodo is the BEST place to learn about all that is out there with technology. Join edmodo (it's free), then search for groups that meet your needs. I am in groups for AP English, flipping the classroom, ipad classroom, mac users, teaching 1 to 1, and more! Such a valuable website! When you join a community, you get great advice from teachers who teach what you teach. So valuable!
A Hughes

elearnspace › learning, networks, knowledge, technology, community - 0 views

  • The open access debate Wednesday, October 19, 2011 At the EDUCAUSE 2011 conference today, I had the pleasure of attending a lecture by Hal Abelson – founding director of Free Software Foundation and Creative Commons. He presented on the state of openness in education. While on the surface openness is gaining traction through scholarship and publication, content providers and journal publishers are starting to push back. During the talk, he used the image below (from this article – .pdf) to argue that journal publishers have a monopoly. The surface progress of openness belies a deeper, more dramatic period of conflict around openness that is only now beginning.
    • A Hughes
      As a librarian, I am very interested in the topic of open access. The image of the commercial Journal Publishers is very revealing. I did not realize that Elsevier owned so much of the academic content. I would like to know what other information I can find by Hal Abelson.
Annalisa Miner

Resources for ELLs by Denise Krefting, Heartland AEA - 5 views

    resources for English language learners
    Actually, I said ELL, but the sites she has on here can be used by ALL! She has compiled a great list of resources with descriptions and examples, as well. Anyone using technology in their classrooms would find something useful here. :)
Peggy Steinbronn

Zamzar - free online converter - 0 views

    This site allows users to convert all types of files into different formats.

Only2Clicks - 0 views

    If you do not know Joyce Valenza, please note her work! Teacher Librarian, Media Specialist from PA, she has added so much to the learning community. Check out this site!

Voices Of The World: USA (Illinois) - National Anthem - 0 views

    Great way to use Animoto!
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