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John Pearce

Neat Chat! - 1 views

    This is another quick and easy to use chatroom like tiny chat. To start a chat session, all you need to do is go to our homepage, enter your nickname, and click the Start Group button. Once you do that, your chat session is started, and your browser loads the session's chat room. You then invite people by sending them the URL of the chat room. When your invitees access the URL, they enter the chat room to chat with you.
Grace Kat

stinto | your chat - one click away! - 0 views

    chat service that does not require chat participants to register or create their own user name or password. To use Stinto one person establishes the chat and then invites others to join the chat by sharing the unique url for the chat.
Grace Kat

computeruser - 0 views

    This short dictionary has translations for popular chat acronyms like AFK, BAK, and BCNU.
Grace Kat

simple private real-time sharing and collaboration by - 0 views

    Collaborative file sharing and chat in real time
Rhondda Powling

Chatzy - Free Private Chat Rooms - 0 views

    A chat tool that is simple, clear, and doesn't require any Java. It works across browsers and allows a reasonable amount of admin control and management.

chat dude, - 0 views

this website where people can meet each others without any registration and people can help in education and work related problems

chat dude chat-dude Pakistani room

started by mariamemon on 03 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
Rhondda Powling

ThinkBinder - 4 views

    Think Binder is a website that gives students a place to create online study groups. In each group students can share files, share links, chat, and draw on a collaborative whiteboard. Students can create and join multiple groups. Getting started with Think Binder is very easy and quick..
John Pearce

Today's Meet - 0 views

    Today's Meet is an alternative chat room like space where you can quickly setup and invite others to join to collaborate, make comments and suggestions and reflect on meetings presentations etc. As the Today's Meet folks say: Using Twitter at social media conferences has become a great way to do just that. But Twitter isn't appropriate for every situation. * Your audience isn't on Twitter. * You don't want the discussion to be public. * You need to see only relevant updates"
Nigel Robertson

fring - Free mobile calls, and chat with mobile Skype, mobile MSN Messenger, ... - 0 views

    "fring™ is a mobile internet service & community that enables you to access & interact with your social networks on-the-go, make free calls and live chat with all your fring, Skype®, MSN® Messenger, Google Talk™, ICQ, SIP, Twitter, Yahoo!™ and AIM®* friends using your handset's internet connection rather than costly cellular airtime minutes."
Tania Sheko

Education World® : School Issues and Education News: Wire Side Chats: And in ... - 2 views

    Clifford Stoll is the author of High-Tech Heretic: Why Computers Don't Belong in the Classroom and Other Reflections by a Computer Contrarian. Stoll argues that computers give students' information, but don't help them learn.

Sonam Kapoor: Sexism in the Society is Disgusting - Locality News - 0 views

    Sonam Kapoor said ”I am not here to make money, although it would be nice” Mumbai: Sonam Kapoor is not the person to shred her words. The heroine has time and yet again voiced her feelings bravely. She is brave and never afraid to stance for what she trusts in. Newly, at a chat show, where ...
Roland Gesthuizen

School library has every trick in book - Local News - News - General - Illawarra Mercury - 6 views

    "The days of being shooshed in the library are well and truly over at The Illawarra Grammar School. After a $1 million facelift, the school's staid old library reopened this week as a bright, open space where children are allowed to draw on walls, watch TV, play games, gather to chat, or wander around on their own while listening to stories on headphones."
riss leung

EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing - 0 views

    Collaborate online. Allows you to see who write what. Also has a seperate chat function.
graham hughes

Netcetera - 3 views

    Chatting with kids about being online
Steve Madsen

OpenStudy - How It Works - 1 views

    "# Get together with other students to study. Do it when you want and with whomever you want. # Got a question you need answered quickly? Post it to your buddies or get some input from the OpenStudy community. # Got an assignment or project to complete? Get together online, upload content, chat about it or add comments. # Use OpenStudy whenever you want - it's always on. Why study alone if you don't have to?"
    Seems like a very useful site for students who wish to collaborate over the web.
John Pearce

SearchTeam - real-time collaborative search engine - 3 views

    SearchTeam is a collaborative search engine. You start your research by creating a SearchSpace on a topic of interest. From within a SearchSpace, you can search the Web, videos, images, books and more. You can find and save only what you want while you are searching and throw away what you don't want or find irrelevant. You can automatically organize what you save, into folders of your choosing. Everything is automatically saved into your personal account, and you can return to your searches any time and continue from where you left before. What makes SearchTeam unique and valuable is that you can do your searches collaboratively with others you trust, such as friends, colleagues and family members. You can invite any set of people you trust to search with you from within a SearchSpace. An invitation is sent via email to those people you invite to join your search. When they enter your SearchSpace, they see exactly what you've found and saved so far. They can comment on or like your findings. They can chat with you from within the SearchSpace, and do further searches relevant to that topic and save more results into the SearchSpace. All changes made by any collaborator are relayed to all other collaborators in real-time, so everyone is instantly in synch with what others are doing. In addition to finding and saving search results, SearchTeam goes further to enable you to enrich your SearchSpace with knowledge that may come from other sources. You can upload documents to a SearchSpace to share your relevant reports / presentations etc. You can also add links to Web resources that you may have received from others via email or social networks. You can even create new posts to share your knowledge on the topic directly inside the SearchSpace. Together, as a team, you can leverage the collective effort to find good quality information, and benefit from the collective knowledge on any topic efficiently. In effect, SearchTeam is traditional Web searching + Wiki-like editi
    Methinks useful for #MOOC #CritLit2010 #PLENK ? Thanks
Tony Searl

Learning Reimagined: Participatory, Peer, Global, Online | DMLcentral - 4 views

  • I work from the first moments to persuade people that it's possible for all of us to learn together as a community in a more deeply satisfying and useful way than if students take responsibility only for their own learning
    • Tony Searl
      Howard R.
  • shared goal of learning about infotention, curation, personal learning networks, and cooperation theory is our goal of becoming a learning community
  • Roles include searchers, chat summarizers, session summarizers, mindmap leaders, session bloggers
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  • Knowing why we use forums, blogs, wikis, synchronous chat and video, social bookmarks, mindmaps is the foundation for the kind of active inquiry, culture of conversation, self-directed collaborative groups that bring a peer learning group to life.
  • The magic in this simple whiteboard exercise is that multiple actions can take place simultaneously and nobody knows who is doing what.
  • talk about the importance of exploring close enough to the edge to fall over it frequently. I model tolerance for error, learning from error, pushing the envelope of tech
    the chances of successful outcomes are multiplied when every person in the group makes a commitment to active participation in helping others learn.

BookGlutton - 0 views

    BookGlutton is the best way to read and share books right in your browser, with social annotations and chat built in
dean groom

Pecha Kucha -Presentation Method - 0 views

    Pecha Kucha (ペチャクチャ?), usually pronounced in three syllables like "pe-chak-cha") is a presentation format in which content can be easily, efficiently and informally shown, usually at a public event designed for that purpose. Under the format, a presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds apiece, for a total time of 6 minutes, 40 seconds. It was devised in 2003 by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Tokyo's Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa), who sought to give young designers a venue to meet, network, and show their work and to attract people to their experimental event space in Roppongi.[1] They devised a format that kept presentations very concise in order to encourage audience attention and increase the number of presenters within the course of one night. They took the name Pecha Kucha from a Japanese term for the sound of conversation ("chit-chat"). Klein and Dytham's event, called Pecha Kucha Night, has spread virally around the world. More than 170 cities now host such events.[2][3]
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