A wonderful way to share information with a group of people. We use these behind the scenes to manage all of our flat classroom projects.
IF you use office, you should set up the office live add in. It is so useful for sharing and backing up files!
Great tool to enhance blogging whether you blog on Ning or blogger or wherever. I set up the profile and it helps me put related posts at the end, find matching graphics and suggests links. Just makes it easy.
Cool place to schedule tweets and get a lot of productivity out of Twitter.
Tweetdeck is my favorite tool for accessing Twitter. I also highly recommend following the #edchat discussions and participating.
Educators Group on Diigo – over 1400 educators share in this group which also has standard tags to help us categorize and share.
I love Diigo – including the lists feature. This list is what I'll be using for the session tomorrow.\n\n1) Diigo\n2) Bookmarking – send to blog post – settings\n3) Groups & widgets\n4) Tag dictionaries
Art history in a whole new way with Smart History. Conversation and social media come to art education. Just fascinating.
Realize that there are some nudes on this site, so it may be appropriate for older kids or college level students.
Four places to get Open Archive (OAR) files of premade virtual worlds.
Here is how you download and install OAR's on the open source OpenSim platform – I'm so excited about these!
New site that lets you add all kinds of apps to your Google domain. I'm reviewing Socialwok – a highly recommended collaborative environment to “socialize” your Google docs work.
Website for purchasing and discussing comicbooks -in beta.
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