Look what I found! 01/31/2009

  • A Teacher’s Guide to Videoconferencing

    How to Plan, Produce, Present, Manage, and Assess a Distance Learning Class

    tags: videoconferencing, videoconference

  • Videoconferencing technology allows people at two or more locations to see and hear each other at the same time. The Videoconferencing for Learning website supports effective and educational uses of videoconferencing by providing basic information about the technology and instructional applications as well as resources to help you find and collaborate with other videoconferencing teachers, librarians, and content providers.

    tags: VideoConferencing, videoconference

  • At its most basic level, video conferencing in education connects remote students to teachers. On a more exciting level, it also leads students on virtual tours, brings far-away experts on camera for interviews and allows kids to try out their fledgling foreign language skills on their peers from other countries. While such activities might have been difficult in the past due to travel costs, time constraints and inconvenience, classroom video conferencing can offer a work-around solution. Video conferencing lessons for schools can also ignite an interest and enthusiasm for learning that traditional teaching methods sometimes can’t.

    tags: videoconference, Videoconferencing, internet2

  • Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
    It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

    tags: astronomy, science, software, opensource, space

  • Welcome to Notely

    Notely is the new tool for students of all ages looking for help to get better grades.

    Notely has all the tools a student could need, schedule, calendar, note-taking, homework planner and more.

    tags: productivity, education, organization, web2.0, school, todo, calendar

  • ImageStamper is a free tool for keeping dated, independently verified copies of license conditions associated with creative commons images. You can use it to safeguard your use of free images from license changes, or to prove you are the original image creator. Simply paste the URL of the page that contains the image you intend to use. ImageStamper will produce a timestamp of the image’s license and will store this timestamp permanently in your account. The timestamp proves you obtained the image under that license and you can show it to others using a unique permalink.

    tags: photos, copyright, creativecommons, image, tools, Photography

  • Welcome to Knol
    A knol is an authoritative article about a specific topic.
    Here are some examples of knols.

    tags: google, wiki, reference, research, encyclopedia

  • A brief guide showing how to use www.animoto.com.

    tags: resources, animoto, tutorial, howto, video

  • Welcome to the Technology Support Index (TSI) presented by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The TSI is designed to provide school districts with models for an efficient and effective technology support system based upon best practices in nationally recognized school districts. With the TSI framework and self-assessment tool, school districts can appraise the quality and efficiency of their current technology support program and learn about possible improvements they can employ.

    tags: assessment, iste, edtech, survey

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