From the monthly archives:

February 2012

CoSN, SITE and SXSWedu Conferences Collaborate on First-Ever Joint Teleconference Spotlight Session

I am looking forward to the upcoming CoSN conference, Reimagine Learning, March 5-7 in Washington, D.C. One of the spotlight sessions, “On The Horizon: Harnessing Emerging Technologies In Education,” features Larry Johnson, CEO of New Media Consortium. In addition to hearing from Larry at CoSN, there will be a live teleconference feed with SITE and […]

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One to One?

As I sit here on a Saturday morning tackling my income tax returns, I look around at the technology on my desk and am actually a little embarrassed. How many ways am I connected? I’m using Turbo Tax on my personal (desktop) computer while my work laptop is open and booting up because I need […]

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Fablevision Newsletter

I’m a big fan of the Fablevision Newsletter ~ see the February 2012 edition here. This month’s poster, that you can download and print,  is nice depiction of our collective voice. There is also a free poster for your classroom with ideas for making March the creativity month – enjoy!

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Think Before Leaving a Digital Footprint

ThinkB4U is a good site for learning about digital citizenship. It hosts a series of web safety videos and tutorials from Google and its partners, Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely and the National Consumer League. The site includes three main components that are meant to be explored together. Each location—Home, School, Mall—includes several video shorts about […]

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Meet my New Tutor, Siri

In getting caught up on some blog reading that has been on my “to read” list for a while, I caught this post on the Olin College Blog – 20 Ways Siri May Forever Change Education. Some of the impact statements are much broader than Siri, and apply to all mobile computing and the rise […]

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Doodle 4 Google 2012

Are students in your schools going to submit a doodle? Students are invited to submit a redesign of the Google homepage logo. The theme for 2012 is, “If I could travel in time, I’d visit…” Visit doodle 4 google to learn more about the rules, judging, and prizes. One of our students was a finalist […]

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