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Archive for February, 2011

Special Characters—Easy to Find

February28

Have you ever tried to find the Special Characters to use in a document and couldn’t remember where they were?  Use this website to find the characters.  Instructions: 1. Go to: http://www.copypastecharacter.com/ 2.Click the desired character. (This will automatically copy it to your computer’s clipboard.)  Note – Do not right-click or control-click. Just a regular […]

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Checking For Plagiarism

February16

Plagiarisma is a free tool for teachers and students to use for detecting possible cases of plagiarism.  Works with text files, html, rtf, doc, docx, odt, and pdf.

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Free Software For Annotating Screen Shots

February16

Awesomescreenshot.com:  Annotated screen shots are very useful for giving directions on how to use a new web-based service or software.  This Google Chrome & Safari extension could prove to be very handy for making annotated screenshots.  (Firefox version coming soon.)

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STEM Resources

February9

The exciting new curriculum area of STEM–Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are bringing out excellent resources for integration of these areas.   Tech and Learning newsletter has a multiple-part series lising STEM resources.  Part 1 & 2 are below: Part 1 Part 2

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A-Z Web Tools

February7

A long laundry list of web sites for Web 2.0 educators and students…more to come at a later date…. Open publication – Free publishing – More resource

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Super Web Tools for Educators

February6

Found this great resource for further study on Web 2.0 tools for the classroom, elementary, middle and high school.  Another great resource from “Free Technology of Teachers” by Richard Byrne.

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SnipSnip.it

February3

SnipSnip.it : This website allows you to clip a section from a YouTube video and share that section with others. No registration is required. You will just paste the link from your YouTube video, select the start and end times for the section you want and SnipSnip.it will generate a link and an embed code […]

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Quick Startup Directions for Blogger

February3

I came across this video on YouTube for starting up a blog with Blogger. I copied the embedded code without the related videos, picked a size that would fit on my blog template and pasted html code to my Edublog post. I also tried downloading the same video, coverting it PC or MAC viewing, added […]

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