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New Stuff (PowerPoint 2007) Here’s a link to the PPT and Office Art blog . Good stuff there. And in no particular order, here’s my list of new stuff in PowerPoint 2007. (click here for a list of missing stuff) 1.
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Adopting a new communication tool is not easy. Figuring out the best way YOU can use Twitter is even harder. Luckily you are not going it alone. We have culled the following resources from an array of websites that try to help anyone understand and better use Twitter. The microblogging service is growing in leaps and bounds (and having plenty of server downtime because of it and the World Cup) as it seems everyone is joining and sharing their lives with the service.
As you can see, our new online learner, Lou, is experiencing considerable frustration in logging on (the one with the hatchet!). The e-moderator adopts the role of ensuring access and welcoming and encouraging. Use of time and motivation to take part becomes an issue from the very beginning. Motivation is an essential element to get participants through the early stages of use of the hardware and software systems and towards engagement and mobilisation of learning. E-tivities at this stage therefore need to provide a gentle but interesting introduction to using the technological platform and acknowledgement of the feelings surrounding using technology and meeting new people through the online environment. Even the most apparently confident individuals need support at the beginning.
Dragster is our rapid authoring tool to create innovative drag and drop activities using multimedia. It has a versatility that lends itself to many different applications in any discipline. So if you are looking to create engaging drag and drop activities to excite and engage your students? Then Dragster is the tool for you offering key features of: Record and analyse student responses