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udutu | Create simulations online with ease. 85+ Resources: Educator Guide for Integrating Social Media I hope this post will be a handy reference guide, especially for those teachers new to social media technologies and how to integrate them into the classroom. This resource is by no means exhaustive, but it’s a good starting point for finding the information and people that will help you make the transition into a ’21st century learning environment’. I intend for this to be a wikipost (I will update resources as they are shared with me by others), so feel free to bookmark the page and check in periodically for new material. Enjoy. Articles for Understanding the Importance of Social Media in Education Some Basics Videos Explaining the Social Media ‘Revolution’ Social Media RevolutionDid You Know 4.0 The Machine is Us/ing UsA Vision of Students Today Frameworks Tools Blogs to Follow Wikis Tips for Building your Network & Connecting with Teachers Social Networks for Educators Classroom 2.0 (over 34,000 members!) Organizations & Resources Further Linking On Twitter – tech-savvy educators to connect with

Moodle 2.0 Sandbox andykirk.eLearning January 11 EtherPad - real-time collaboration tool. First there was Etherpad . Then Google bought the software and released it as Open Source. There are now a wide range of sites running EtherPad, so it really is your choice which one to use. Whichever you settle on it provides a great tool for instant collaboration, group activities and brainstorming, with a group of learners or work colleagues. July 10 Yammer Think social networking and the workplace don't mix? June 10 Voices of the Holocaust This digital archive from the Illinois Institute of Technology presents the work of Dr David Boder who interviewed survivors of the Holocaust in refugee and displaced peoples camps across Europe over a three month period in 1946. May 10 If you are looking for an interesting way of presenting images in presentations or course resources, one approach is to create a Polaroid effect. If you are looking for something to do the hard work for you though, Poladroid is a great free tool. April 10 February 10

SoundNote Memonic Class work The Challenge Preparing and distributing lesson plans day after day, year after year, can become exhausting and costly. Your time is too precious to spend on bookmarking tons of sites, copying & pasting into Word docs, and xeroxing stacks of papers. Plus, how do you keep track of your students' input? The Solution While researching, simply click and save to your online archive. There is no simpler way to develop class assignments Memonic offers you a powerful and efficient solution to capture and work with any type of digital content in an educational setting.

Apprentissage des langues et Réseaux Médias Sociaux - Language learning and social networks Les réseaux sociaux peuvent jouer un rôle décisif dans le domaine de l’enseignement d'une langue étrangère, car ils favorisent la communication réelle, le travail collaboratif entre apprenants, entre classes et entre enseignants , ainsi que le développement des échanges et contacts interculturels. "Members of online communities learn by making and developing connections (intentionally or not) between ideas, experiences, and information, and by interacting,sharing, understanding, accepting, commenting, creating and defending their own opinions, their view points, their current situations and their daily experiences. Online communities allow, form, guide, foster, and stimulate connections. Learning in online communities takes place through storytelling, making jokes, giving examples, linking and making available different resources, asking questions, providing answers, developing empathy, and simply reading, to list a few examples. RESSOURCES - Studies Educational Networking - S.

100 Incredible YouTube Channels YouTube has earned a reputation for featuring brain cell-slaughtering fare such as the truly abysmal Fred and playing host to the some of the most depressingly stupid comments this side of Yahoo! News. But for every participant liberally dishing out misspelled racist, sexist and homophobic talking points, there is at least one whose channel genuinely offers something provocative and educational. For teachers hoping to infuse multimedia into their classrooms, YouTube makes for an excellent starting point. Multidisciplinary and General Education Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology Social Sciences, History and World Issues Love him or hate him, Barack Obama is still America’s president. Visual, Performing and Liberal Arts

Les tutoriels des applications Ipad Apple | iPad et pédagogie Voici les liens vers les tutoriels vidéo des principales applications de l’IPAD sur : Kaltura Video Creating Value with Video With 150,000 publishers worldwide who have integrated Kaltura’s open source video platform, Kaltura is revolutionizing the industry by providing organizations flexible and future-proof video solutions to fit their needs. Kaltura provides the world's first and only Open Source Online Video Platform. Our platform includes industry leading media management applications as well as a framework for developing custom applications. That basically means that Kaltura provides you with flexible video solutions to cover all of your needs both now and in the future. But don’t take our word for it – listen to the industry. And to top it all off, Kaltura allows you to develop your own solutions, and choose your own bells and whistles – be it via our robust and open API, or via the Kaltura Exchange, the first application exchange for media centric applications. The Team Click here to join the team. Kaltura Buzz Check out what the press is saying about Kaltura.

Fiche 18 : Illustrer son cours avec des images libres de droit A partir du début du mois de février, Pedago-TIC s’associe au CERTNEF pour vous proposer hebdomadairement une fiche technique de découverte d’un outil informatique logiciel ou internet et son application pédagogique. Vous pourrez retrouver chaque mardi une fiche d’identité du produit, sa description, les caractéristiques et apports pédagogiques possibles et enfin un scénario pédagogique utilisant cet outil. Ce mardi 30 novembre 2010 retrouvez la dix-huitième fiche : Illustrer son cours avec des images libres de droit avec Google Images Ressources complémentaires Les différentes licences libres sur WikipédiaOù en trouver ailleurs que sur Google : Creative Commons SearchPlus de renseignements sur Google Image : Centre d’aide Google Image. Pour rappel Toutes ces fiches vous sont proposées sous licence Creative commons BY-NC : Vous êtes donc libres de reproduire, distribuer et communiquer cette création au public, de modifier cette création selon les conditions suivantes :

Livestream web-TV Livestream, formerly known as Mogulus,[4] is a live streaming video platform that allows users to view and broadcast video content using a camera and a computer through the internet. It offers a free ad-supported service and multi-tiered premium services.[5] Livestream also offers wireless HD broadcasting in the form of a device combination called Livepack, described as "a satellite television truck in a backpack."[6] History[edit] Livestream was cofounded as Mogulus in 2007 by Max Haot, Dayananda Nanjundappa, Phil Worthington, and Mark Kornfilt, and has offices in New York, Los Angeles and Bangalore.[11] It launched with a free streaming service, and introduced its white label “pro” service in April 2008 with Gannett Newspapers as its first customer. Services[edit] Livestream[13] is both a virtual television studio and embeddable video player, offering users the opportunity to produce and broadcast Web video in the manner of a television network. Concerts[edit] Twitcam[edit] See also[edit]