IN a 3 hour class at ACTEM in Maine, these twenty five amazing educators came up with a template for evaluating free sites and began evaluating and sharing websites. Feel free to join in and share websites.
There are so many lists of websites, but this is an effort to evaluate and share reviews about the sites. They named the wiki and created the template and I hope they'll continue this sharing. When a teacher finds a great site, they should share!
Great work, Class!
Excellent post from Wes Fryer about the true persistence of online content. This is an excellent case study and one of the most well written examples of the persistence of online content. It would make a great discussion for college level and perhaps high school level classes.
From Angela Maiers. Gary's social media count is an embeddable page that shows you how fast things are growing and going in the social media world.
This website lets you make short stories to share with others and eventually you'll be able to print them.
This article points out that up to 30 months after photos are deleted from Facebook that they are still there. If someone has the direct URL to a photo, it is still accessible. Students should be taught about this and we should educate ourselves as well. Once something is uploaded it is out there. Period. You cannot take it back.
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