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You Can Now Buy and Sell Domain Names on Google Domains - 0 views

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    "When you buy or transfer a domain name, you'll get free private registration so your personal information isn't publicized, email forwarding and up to 100 email aliases, website forwarding, and use of Google's DNS servers so your domain name will connect quickly to your site. The domain management tools will let you configure the domain's resource records, add name servers, lock the domain, add up to 100 sub-domains and more. If you want to quickly build a website, Google Domains will also connect your domain to site builders such as Shopify and Weebly."
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Anatomy of an Online Course: Table of Contents - 1 views

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    "Online course design strategies from an instructor at the University of Oklahoma."
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Because academic freedom does not include the freedom to create a poor learning experie... - 0 views

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    "remember that your right to academic freedom does not extend into a right to create a poor learning experience."
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Open Science Course - a cool connected science experience! - 0 views

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    During last month's round of School of Open courses, I helped out with a facilitated version of the Open Science course supported by Creative Commons, the Open Knowledge Foundation, and PLOS. On four Tuesdays in August, Billy Meinke hosted online discussions with a handful of well-known members of the open science community while participants from around the world completed course modules and blogged about their experiences. Here's how things went down.
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All Around ELI | Newark business reviews by and for English Language Institute students - 0 views

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    Great example of how to combine writing and culture in an open setting.
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How MOOCs change the world - do they? Starting a list of myths about MOOCs - 0 views

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    "However, there are some myths, which need to be uncovered and which are blurring the current picture of MOOC style learning:"
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MEME ALL THE THINGS! - 0 views

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    "Thinking about what science memes can do, I think there's something interesting in the Biofortified post. I don't think you can transmit Science by meme. It's too messy. But you can hope to transmit some science appreciation, or possibly highlight some scientific problems with viral images and memes."
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kindergartenlife - 0 views

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    I have the pleasure of being a Kindergarten teacher in Vermont. I have been teaching for 25 + years. During my teaching career I have worked with 1st through 4th grade. I am now embarking on a new journey… Kindergarten!
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#Lrnchat Blog - 0 views

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    "#lrnchat is an online chat over the social messaging service Twitter. #lrnchat is on Thursdays at 8:30-10pm ET/5:30-7pm PT. Participants are people interested in the topic of learning from one another and who want to discuss how to help other people learn in formal, informal, social and mobile ways. This summer we aim to renew our commitment to steer clear of topics that are more "training department" oriented (including topics around LMS and instructional design) and focus this time on rather on how people learn, what they learn, and what we're learning."
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Glogster - Poster Yourself - 0 views

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    Reach for the sky of expression.
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Shut Your Digital Native Piehole - 0 views

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    "These children have grown up with digital technologies, but in a very limited way. They know a few things quite deeply, but they - as we did at their age - have no great appreciation of the subtleties of the tools. The expanse and use of the tools. The possibilities for tools that don't yet exist. They can push buttons, but they can't make them."
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My Web 2.0 Journey: Now all I need is a leprechaun. - 0 views

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    "After looking for one of those "joke" worksheets to review competing the square I thought I'd try some group work (ala @druinok) via index cards.  I decided to write problems in varying degrees of difficulty... those with an "a" value, those without, those that would result in fractions, etc.  I pulled out my Sharpies to start writing and what did I discover?"
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Building a Personal Learning Network - 0 views

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    "It is shame when teachers use excuses not to build their own networks. Too many times they say they can't or they don't have the time when they just don't want to. They are afraid to try something new. Until they give it a try, they won't see the value in it. I believe that when I try something new, I have to use it regularly for at least 2 weeks in order to make an honest decision about it. "
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