Friday, April 24, 2009

My Bookmarks and Annotations 04/24/2009

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

TechForum Midwest 2009

I am presenting at TechForum Midwest tomorrow with Jon Orech and Scott Meech. It should make for a fun morning.

My portion of the presentation is on Nings in education for collaboration. Here is what I am going to use:


About Ning:

Ning Demo Video:

Examples (Some of these are not public indicated by ):

Professional Collaboration

· Classroom 2.0: (For those interested in Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in education)

· School CTO (A place for discussion and sharing around topics impacting technology decision makers in schools)

· IEAR (Taking a closer look at the educational value of ITouch / IPhone / IPods in the classroom)

Teacher to Teacher Collaboration:

· Maine South English Department

· Maine East Integrated Literacy

Classroom Collaboration:

· British Literature

· Human Body Science

· Guitar

Principal Leadership:

· Admin Council Maine West

· Student Principal Leadership Team at Maine West

Technology Collaboration:

· Staff:

· Staff:

· Students:

Google NewsTimeline

Here is another great way of visualizing information differently. Google has in it's labs area a product called NewsTimeline

IT allows you to take anything in the news and look at all of the stories that apply to it chronologically. As the site says:

Google News Timeline is a web application that organizes search results chronologically. It allows users to view news and other data sources on a browsable, graphical timeline. Available data sources include recent and historical news, scanned newspapers and magazines, blog posts, sports scores, and information about various types of media, like music albums and movies.

Check out the details of how to work it effectively here.

My Bookmarks and Annotations 04/23/2009

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

My Bookmarks and Annotations 04/22/2009

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Friday, April 17, 2009

My Bookmarks and Annotations 04/17/2009

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