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Archive for March, 2011

Google for Teachers — 1 & 2 by Richard Bryne

March30
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How Does the Internet Work

March28

Ever wondered about some of the techy terms you hear when someone starts talking about the internet.  Here is a downloaded eBook about how the internet works….MakeUseOf.com_-_How_The_Internet_Works MakeUseOf.com – How the Internet Works

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Web 2.0 Tools for Educators

March27

Super book of web tools for educators… Super Book of Web Tools for Educators View more documents from Lee Kolbert

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Adding a Google Translator Gadget On Any Web Page/Blog

March26

If you want your blog or webpage to be read by non-English speaking students, with the simple addition of a Google Translation Gadget, viewers can translate your page(s) to over 50 languages or just a select number of languages. Instructions: Go to: http://translate.google.com/translate_tools Follow the on-screen prompts to make decisions about how you want the […]

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Creating a Self-Grading M/C Quiz using Google Forms

March26

Good way to have students quizzes self-grading in Google Docs.  This works for quizzes that have correct answers, not in the case of an essay question situation.  Good explanation on how to create this quiz…

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Stupeflix Video

March26

A video creative service online that is offered within your YouTube account.  To create a video in Stupeflix users mix together images, text, and sound to make a slide show-style video.  Learn more about Stupeflix in the video below. There are some limits to the free version of the service.  Stupeflix charges if you want […]

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Where Do You Draw Your Digital Line?

March24

That’s Not Cool is a website designed to teach young adults that online and mobile phone behavior is real behavior with real consequences.  The website has three primary features:  videos, discussion forum and call out cards.  Puppets are used in the videos and Call Out Cards are small posters featuring slogans and statements about cyber […]

ViewPure–YouTube videos without ads or extra tagalongs

March24

ViewPure: Useful tool for downloading YouTube videos without the extra comments, ads, suggestions, “related videos” or “inappropriate” other things that tag along with your YouTube videos. Use the website ViewPure by copying the URL of your chosen YouTube video and paste it into ViewPure where it will then strip away everything but the video. Some […]

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Tiny URLs–Websites to make your URL’s bite size

March24

Websites can be too long to type in for your students–so there comes a time to have a URL shortening service.  Several easy to use websites are listed below to make your life and URL’s more manageable. Bit.ly — shortens, shares and tracks your links.  Sign up and you can paste any complicated URL into […]

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Text Messaging Till the End

March24

AT&T’s 10 minutes documentary titled “The Last Text” features individuals whose lives have been adversely affected by texting behind the wheel. The Last Text Seen in YouTube

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