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Kelly Markland

Free Technology for Teachers: Google Tutorials - 1 views

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    This page contains tutorials for
    using Google tools.
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Taming the Wild Wiki | Lesson - 3 views

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    printable version | email a friend

    Taming the Wild Wiki"
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Wave Hello to Google Wave - 10 Uses of Google Wave in the Classroom - 2 views

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    "Wave Hello to Google Wave - 10 Uses of Google Wave in the Classroom"
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    10 uses for google wave in the classroom
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5 reasons to get back into Google Wave - with your students | Tip of the Iceberg - 2 views

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    "5 reasons to get back into Google Wave - with your students"
Steven Isaacs

Google Voice - One phone number, online voicemail, and enhanced call features - 0 views

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    Google Voice is another Google product currently in preview. Google Voice might just revolutionize phone and voice mail. With google voice, you get a phone number that you could essentially use as your only phone number in the (near) future. Essentially, you can forward calls from the google voice number to any number you like and even change what number it is forwarded to based on the time. In other words, you can forward calls during the day to your work phone, in the afternoon to your cell phone, and in the evening to your home phone. You can even have the phone ring on all these numbers at all times if you like. Furthermore, you can set different numbers to ring to a different phone (i.e. friends always go to cell phone, work contacts always go to the work phone, etc.). As if that weren't enough...you can even set custom outgoing messages based on who (or what group) is calling. And there's more!!! Voicemails that come in are transcribed as text and can be delivered via email or sms.
Steven Isaacs

Google Wave - Communicate and collaborate in real time - 0 views

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    Google Wave (currently in preview) is a new online collaboration tool created by Google. It provides the opportunity for asynchronous and synchronous communication among users. Waves allow participants to share resources, images, videos, documents, etc in order to discuss, collaborate, etc. It's a wonderful tool and my guess is that it will only become more powerful when it is open to all and a little more polished. Even in it's current state, it's quite robiust.
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