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20 Education Technology Books You Should Be Reading | Edudemic - 1 views

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    A list from the edudemic people listing "some of the best edtech reads out there, from essential texts on the subject to cutting-edge research, that will help you learn about and implement educational technologies and curricula that can truly benefit both you and your students."
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New site offers help with shift to digital education | eSchool News - 1 views

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    "Epic-ed (US)  aims to empower digital transitions at all stages of development, including school leaders who are thinking about moving to ubiquitous computing environments, those who wish to implement ed-tech pilot projects, and those who are ready for full-scale implementation."
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OverlapMaps - Instantly compare any two places on Earth! - 1 views

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    Overlap Maps is a free service that can be used to quickly compare the size of countries, states, provinces, and some bodies of water. To create a visual comparison of two countries select one country from the "overlap this" menu and select one country from the "onto this" menu. The comparisons you make are displayed on a map. You can make comparisons from different categories.
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e-Ignite in Review « The #australiaseries Blog - 1 views

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    Post  by @annemirtschin. Reflecting on some recent presentations about technology in education " This was a trial session held in eT@lking recently. Five presenters produced 20 slides and spoke to each slide for 20 seconds. See this post for more details on the schedule and presenters.
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Engaging Presentation Tools | Smore - 9 views

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    The post offers information about some engaging presentation tools available for teachers who could start using them in the classroom to better engage students. The teachers are then challenged to find ways for their students to create projects using these tools. 
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dougbelshaw.com/blog - 1 views

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    Piece about how the "new, free and shiny technologies are like catnip to educators. An almost-tangible frisson of excitement cascades through Twitter, Facebook and subsequently staff rooms and TeachMeets in the hours, days and months following announcements of such products and services". However "It's the considered and sustainable use of technologies that make a difference".
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