Keynotes for K12 online 2008 — you have 16 days to submit your proposal. This is a wonderful conference and Julie and I are so excited to be keynoting the strand, “Kicking it up a notch” — we’re working hard when we meet at necc to “kick it up a notch” as we brainstorm on this keynote!
Publishing from Google Docs to blogger. So, this is what you could do. The teacher has enabled the link to the blog in the teacher’s account settings. Students and many others create a document and then share it with the teacher. After the document is as it needs to be, the teacher can then post to blogger from google docs automatically.
This really gives you the best of wikis, blogs, and peer review as well as the ability to look at the revisions and who has contributed. This is something that I’m going to look at doing.
Jeff Giddens, formely of Segatech, one of my favorite bloggers has had to move his blog b/c of a hacker. I hate the loss of that amazing content, however, I ran into him at GTA today and am
Cool site that will teach you about so many uses of Google maps — not just about Geography.
Stop calling 411 on your cell – this service is free and will text you anything you need. There is a cool video here. I do a module on searching on your cell phone and will use it this year.
Special features and information about how to search on Google. This is a great page to take your students and have groups glean information about how to search.
A list of every product that Google has — I use well over 75% of these.
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