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Carla Shinn

The future of the book - 19 views

    CHOOSE YOUR READING MODE In keeping with its topic, this essay can either be read in a scrolling screen format or in a book-like format; it can also be listened to.

BBC World Service - Assignment , The Man Who Fell to Earth - 12 views

    "Last September, a man in his twenties was found dead in Portman Avenue, a suburban street in west London. He had suffered horrendous injuries to his head and face. He had no identity papers on him and no one had reported him missing. A reporter follows the Metropolitan police investigation into who he was and how he arrived in Portman Avenue. It is a story that spans two continents and eight countries."
Carla Shinn

Lit2Go - 44 views

    Free online collection of stories and poems in MP3 format.
Mrs. Fink

dig.ccmixter - 26 views

    creative commons music for use in school projects
Jamie Camp

Free Royalty Free Music Loops and Full Length Tracks - 1 views

    Some of these tracks might be useful for some of our podcasting projects--ck user agreement.
Lissa Davies

Wright'sRoom - 0 views

    • Lissa Davies
      Why can't younger students do this as well?
    "So what is the vessay?  It's a voicethread essay.  My students are required to write their persuasive essay.  It will require a thesis that can be argued, transition words to make their writing fluid, and evidence from the text to support their point.  Then they will need to find pictures to represent their argument and, finally, record it as a voice thread."
Joyce Valenza - location based audioguides - 18 views

    free geolocalized audioguides
Allison Burrell

Circulate This! Stories from the School Library - 0 views

    "We have created an audio magazine in which we tell the stories of the importance of school libraries and teacher librarians via interviews with teacher librarians, library staff, teachers, community members, parents, administrators, and most importantly, students. The format is along the lines of a 'This American Life' type of audio journal with a narrator, who sets the tone, describes the dilemma, and sets the stage for each interview. Each is short but dramatic and powerful. The intent is to distribute the audio journal widely on radio and across the Internet -- go 'viral' as create CDs to hand to legislators and decision-making administrators. Teacher librarians and others are able to download the journal and burn CDs to distribute to their local administrators and parents. stories from: Dr. Doug Achterman, Glen Warren, David Burt, Winny Duffy, Heather Keaton, APRIL Wayland, Manuel PEREZ, Dr. Leslie Farmer, Donald Gill, Jeanne NELSON, Anne Birchfield, Hannah Jackson, Kathy Green, and Sophie.
Yvonne Barrett

Directory of open access journals - 9 views

    Welcome to the Directory of Open Access Journals. This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. We aim to cover all subjects and languages. There are now 4422 journals in the directory. Currently 1690 journals are searchable at article level. As of today 323198 articles are included in the DOAJ service.
Cathy Oxley

Podcast311: Digital Magic Tricks - An ecclectic series of digital learning to... - 1 views

    This presentation focuses on a diverse array of web 2.0 tools teachers and librarians can use to enhance classroom websites, collaborative projects, and multimedia reports created by students individually or in distributed teams.
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