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Dianne Krause

Interactive online Google tutorial and tutorials - Google Guide - 0 views

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    Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and tutorial for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between. I developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilties, features, and services than I found on Google's website. --Nancy Blachman
Dianne Krause

Mathematics and Multimedia - 0 views

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    This blog has two main themes: one is mathematics and the other is multimedia. The mathematics part will discuss ideas behind mathematical concepts from elementary to undergraduate topics. For now, I will be concentrating on discussing mathematics concepts from Grade 6 through Grade 12, although, from time to time, I might post topics in lower or higher levels. The multimedia part will discuss the use of different media such as text, graphics, sounds, video and animation in teaching mathematics. I will refer readers to multimedia and Web 2.0 teaching resources that can be used in teaching and learning mathematics, and I will discuss how-to tutorials on the use different software, particularly freewares. Unfortunately, most software that will be discussed in this blog are only limited to Windows platform, although many software nowadays are already cross-platform, so Linux and Mac users are invited to check the tutorials from time to time. Hopefully, I would be able to discuss software with other platforms in the future.
Dianne Krause

100+ Free Sites to Learn about Anything and Everything - 0 views

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    This is an alphabetical list of websites where you can find out about anything and everything - whether it be a small fact or a large body on knowledge. The websites cover a wide range of informational and educational topics and include general reference resources, how-to guides, wikis, how-to videos, podcasts, courses, lessons, references (including open courseware), e-books as well as other reference resources and places to ask questions both online and on your mobile. The resources are suitable for learners of all ages: students as well as workplace learners and lifelong learners - as well as teachers, educators and trainers.
Dianne Krause

15 Awesome Tutorial Websites You Probably Don't Know About | Dumb Little Man - 0 views

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    If I were forced to choose an aspect of the internet that made it simply indispensable, it would definitely be its availability as a huge learning resource. 20 years ago, who would have thought that one would have easy access to already completed business documents, research papers of world class universities, free encyclopedias and some great books, no matter where he or she is located in the world.
Dianne Krause

In Pictures: Online computer tutorials based on pictures. Free. - 0 views

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    In Pictures online tutorials are based on pictures, not words. They're the easiest way to learn computer subjects. There's no complicated multimedia, just pictures that show exactly what to do.
Dianne Krause

CustomGuide - Free Computer Training Quick References, Cheat Sheets - 0 views

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    These printable quick references are yours; free to use, distribute, and share at your organization!
Dianne Krause

Using Moodle book - MoodleDocs - 3 views

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    "Using Moodle - Teaching with the Popular Open Source Course Management System by Jason Cole and Helen Foster is published by O'Reilly as part of the Community Press series. The first edition of the book, written by Jason Cole and released in July 2005, is based on Moodle 1.4. The second edition, released in November 2007, has been updated to cover all the features in Moodle 1.8, such as the new roles and permissions system, blogs, messaging and the database module. Thanks to members of the worldwide Moodle user community for their discussion and documentation contributions, many of which have been included in the book. Book download The second edition of Using Moodle is freely available online to enjoy, share and modify under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 License.
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