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Carolina Ventura

Teenagers, Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites - 47 views

    thanks for sharing.Landing Page Design
    Risks posed by forms of abusive behaviour such as cyber-bullying and grooming have been emphasised, both in the mainstream media and in policy responses, however comparatively little attention has been given to the potential legal risks that children and young people may face when they use social networking services (SNS).
Janet Bianchini

An Educators Guide To Twitter - 43 views

    a live binder with plenty of great resources for using twitter in education.
    An excellent collection of bookmarks and links (via Live Binders) related to Twitter by @web20classroom, aka Steven Anderson
Allison Burrell

portaportal home - 12 views

    Portaportal is a web based bookmarking utility that lets you store links to your favorite websites online. Now your bookmarks are no longer limited to any one machine.
Kelly Boushell

Go2Web20 - 52 views

    Go2web20 has been one of the biggest web2.0 directories out there. We built this application to enable people to stay up to date with all the new & hot services that are born daily into the web. In many cases, Go2web20 has been the first to report the existence of a new application. Today Go2web20 includes over 3,000 services and more are uploaded everyday. We also make sure to disable services that are no longer working and by doing this we ensure a more useful and enjoyable experience when performing a search.

HootCourse - 28 views

Allison Burrell

About | Teacher Challenge - 23 views

    "The Teacher Challenge is made up of free 30 day professional development challenges where participants are stepped through weekly tasks that increase their skills while working together as part of a global community.

    The Challenge is open to anyone who wants to increase their skills - blogs will be used for reflecting your progress while learning and connecting with each other. We've observed success of any use of online technology is strongly related to the teacher's abilities. The greater we support and increase a teacher's skills, the better they are able to support their students use of web 2.0 technologies.

    However blogs don't need to be hosted by Edublogs to participate!*

    Participants can complete as many of the tasks as they like and in any order."

- SoftChalk - 23 views

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