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What do you want kids to do w tech? Loftus, D. and Ahola, S. SoDak State Library Bootcamp. Library 2 to organize classroom library - Tracee Orman. I've been wanting to write a post for some time now about an incredible application to use for your classroom library circulation and organization: Delicious Library 2. There's so much to share about this application, I am sure I will never do it justice. I wasn't asked to write this post or promote the product and I acquired the app like everyone can: I downloaded the free trial. But once I started using it, I was hooked; I purchased the $35 app shortly after (like...10 minutes after) downloading the free trial.

I've been using it for a year and a half and still love it. There's just one catch: it's only compatible with Macs. That works fine for me since our school is an Apple 1:1 school and all of our devices and computers at home are Macs. This is what I love most about it: you would think Apple designed the app themselves. If it can't read the barcode, you can just type in the title and it will search for the ISBN for you. Checking a book out to students is a treat, too. Educational Technology Guy - a blogger's take on tool use.

SlideShares on content curation for the classroom. ERIC outreach for ed tech action research. NotesFAQContact Us Collection Thesaurus AdvancedSearch Tips Videos Searching Looking to get the most out of your ERIC search? At, powerful search technology makes finding education research easy and efficient. Webinars and presentations Privacy | Copyright | Contact Us | Selection Policy Journals | Non-Journals | Download | Submit | Multimedia. On Digital Curation - LibGuides at Univ. of South Dakota. Curation - is it the new search tool (Valenza 2011), the new search (Good 2012), the future of Web 2.0 (Boyd 2010), or the new black (O'Connell 2012)?

What is curation anyway, and how can it be used as a tool for student and teacher learning? Bhargava,, R. (2011, March 31). The 5 models of content curation. Influential Marketing Blog. Retrieved Boyd, D. (2010). Cobb, J. (2010, March 2). Connected Learning (n.d.). Connelly, P. (2011, February 10). Fiorelli, G. (2011, September 15). Fisher, M. (2012, June 11). Fisher, M. & Tolisano, S.R. Flintoff, K., Mellow, P. & Clark, K. Gende, D. (2012, January 24). Good, R. Hague, C., & Peyton, S. (2010). Hamilton, B. Hottenstein, A. (2012). Jarche, H. (2010, October 22). Jenkins, H., Purushotma, R., Weigel, M., Clinton, K., & Robison, A.

Kanter, B. (2011, January 3). Kelly, D. (2013, February). Lee, K. (2014, May 5). Mackey, T. Mihailidis, P., & Cohen, J. Tolisano, S. Google Earth Across the Curriculum. for Curating the Classroom - Literacy ShopTalk. Neidlinger LA Ezine Twenty-first century students need to be able to: * Develop proficiency with the tools of technology * Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally * Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes * Manage, analyze and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information * Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts * Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complex environments 1.

How does work? Most importantly- is easy to use and it’s FREE! *Platform- The platform gives you access to articles, blog posts, and media content from over 25 million articles. *Sources- Quickly and easily add any combination of content sources to create your news site through Twitter and news feeds. *Customize- You decide the frequency and the topic sections that will be in your daily or weekly paper. 2. A. 3. . * is simple. @SmallRivers. to share faculty resources - Sarah Ludwig. We recently conducted two surveys at the library, one to students and one to faculty. There were many interesting pieces of data to come out of the results, and I am trying to focus on one of them right now: faculty want more outreach from the library. I’ve got some big plans to address this, but in the short term, I decided to work on providing a monthly newsletter for our middle and upper school faculty, highlighting news, resources, and classroom ideas.

I used to curate a collection of links (twelve total). It was incredibly easy. I used the bookmarklet to grab links that I’d favorited on Twitter or saved via Diigo, and then it only took a few minutes to arrange those links on the page. The bookmarklet grabs images from the page you’re bookmarking — usually you can choose the image you want to display — and usually grabs some text, as well. Like this: Like Loading... Silk – Publish your data online. Slideshare grad student evals of ed tech. Sqworl: Animation Sites & Resources. Animation Sites & Resources by gwyneth goanimate One of my Favourite Animation sites! Very easy & fun! Xtranormal If you can type you can make an animation! Blabberize Upload a pic, draw a mouth, make it talk! Domo Animate Elem friendly Easy animation: not as much customization but safer to use w/kids! Toondoo Create comic strips and Comic Avatars!

Marvel Super Hero animation & vid maker! Telltalegames Make Same & Max cartoons makebeliefscomix Make Belief comix - Fun & Easy scholastic Make your own Captain Underpants Comic! Pimpampum Create comic strips without registration kiddonet Be a Comics creator - you decide what the characters say and how they look! Brainpop Who doesn't like Brain Pop? Brainybetty If you MUST have an animated gif on your you go! Alice Alice is an innovative 3D programming environment to create an animation for HS & College edublogs The Best Ways To Make Comic Strips Online - Larry Ferlazzo is a guru to me! Bitstrips Cute, Easy & Free Animation Comic Strips e2bn Blabberize How-to. Storify · Make the web tell a story.

Storyboard Generator use for education themes.