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anonymous

Introducing Google Calendar Labs - 0 views

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    Google have just released some new (but experimental) functionality for calendars. I'm not convinced that I would actually find most of them useful...apart, perhaps from the next meeting or who's free functionality. Apparently there's now an experimental (again) API for building one's own calendaring apps.
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    Who is is free is useful. The todo list tool is much better now
anonymous

Schoology - Your digital classroom - 0 views

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    "The first course management system built on a social networking platform". Sounds interesting but it seems to be impossible to find out what the features of the product are..."Our design team has fleshed out the core components of course management to arm teachers with only the essential tools they need to simplify the online experience" no description of what those core components are!
anonymous

Google Asks Common Man "What is a Browser?" Common Man Has No Clue - 0 views

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    This is kind of related to the conversations we've had lately about digital natives...there's lots of folks out there using the web but there's still only a few that understand what's going on underneath.
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    Fun but ultimately quite thought provoking. Bloke from Google goes to Time Square to ask what a browser is. Less than 8% of people asked knew.
anonymous

Review - Virtual classrooms - 0 views

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    I found this a while ago. It's interesting but I don't actually think it's that good a report, it doesn't compare things consistently. It does have a nice section on guidelines for running a session in a virtual classroom. We should probably write our own ESD 'virtual classroom' review and this report would provide a good starting point for putting together some criteria to review against.
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    A review of 'virtual classroom' software done by a company called Kineo.
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    Oh, just thought, we could probably use Jane Hart's tool list to put together the list of tools to review.
Giles Martin

Quizlet - 0 views

shared by Giles Martin on 10 Mar 09 - Cached
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    Simple and easy free flashcard and quiz creater
David Andrew

How to Use Social Software in Higher Education - 0 views

  • How to Use Social Software in Higher Education This handbook is a result of the iCamp project, a three-year EC-funded research project that set out to encourage innovative educational practices within European higher education.
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    I-camp report on using social software in HE
David Andrew

edtechpost » PLE Diagrams - 0 views

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    Diagrams of people's personal learning environments - mostly using web 2.0 tools
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