Many educators find Twitter a useful tool | Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/18/2011
Menoo Rami, host of #engchat on Twitter, is profiled in this article about how teachers use Twitter to interact and learn.
BibMe: Fast & Easy Bibliography Maker – MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian – Free
Bibliography creator for books, magazines, newspapers, websites, journals, and films that supports MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian.
What’s at Stake in the Georgia State Copyright Case – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education
This case could be the one that clarifies what is considered fair use for educational purposes.
Hollywood Spurs Surge in Computer Science Majors – NYTimes.com
Computer science is becoming popular in colleges.
Free Technology for Teachers: 77 Web Resources for Teachers to Try This Summer
Richard Byrne’s list of resources to try out over the summer for use in the classroom come fall.
Writer Unboxed Â» The Pubbed Writerâ€™s 7 Deadly Sins
Therese Walsh has some good advice (and reminders) for published writers.
Students Becoming Curators of InformationÂ |Â Langwitches Blog
Silvia Tolisano explains how students can become curators and outlines tools that are good for the purpse.
Kathy Schrock’s – Google Blooms Taxonomy
Kathy Schrock sorts Google tools according to level of questioning on Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Extreme Presentation Method
“The Extreme Presentation method is a step-by-step approach for designing presentations of complex or controversial information in ways that drive people to action.”
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