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Chris Betcher

Create Flash Games with Stencyl - 7 views

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    Create Flash Games on Mac and PC
Nigel Robertson

ePortfolios and Lifelong Learners - Centre for International ePortfolio Development | L... - 4 views

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    "The Leap Ahead LLN ePortfolio and eSystems pilot report carried out by the Centre for ePortfolio Development is now complete. The project ran trials of over 1000 ePortfolio licences in schools, FE, HE and employees from 2007 to 2009.
    http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/eportfolio/leapahead/ePFLLN.shtml 
    The following are available now:* Executive SummaryMain points from the full ePortfolio and eSystems report* Five PilotsePortfolios compared, evidence-based, postgraduate PDP, different sectors and levels, raising employees' aspirations* XCRI ReportThe LLN XCRI implementations in Notts & Derbys
    The full report will be available early July."
dean groom

Tools to Engage, Create, and Share | Tech4Learning - 0 views

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    paid for, but with a professional development element and support community
Kerry J

Better Practice Checklists & Guides - Department of Finance and Deregulation - 0 views

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    Includes AGIMO guidelines and other information.
Kerry J

Top 10 Best Practices for Government Websites - Webcontent.gov - Guide to Managing U.S.... - 0 views

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    US government best practice guidelines but really good advice for anyone planning/re-structuring their web site.
Nigel Robertson

Getting Started with Spreadsheets Gadgets - Google Spreadsheets APIs and Tools - Google... - 0 views

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    A starter on creating gadgets to manipulate data in Googlr spreadsheets.
Nigel Robertson

Professional Development - 42 views

Just looking for some professional advise form like minded individuals. I have been teaching for 5 years or so and have been contemplating doing my Masters to add a few more strings to my bow. I th...

development masters pd personal

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