October 2011 About us Courses & workshops Consultancy services Clients & publications bigbluebutton - Project Hosting on Google Code Welcome! BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for on-line learning. Our vision is that every student with a web browser should have access to a high-quality on-line learning experience. We intend to make that possible using BigBlueButton. This site is for administrators and developers wanting to install, customize, and develop BigBlueButton.
Canon World of EOS These consist of: the General Terms and Conditions, which cover each of the World of EOS competitions, promotion or program, as well as the specific Terms and Conditions for each competition, promotion or program, so please take note of all the relevant Terms and Conditions that apply to you. 1. These terms and conditions govern the Promoter’s use of any entry and other information for any competition, promotion or program on the Promoter’s World of EOS microsite, which is located on a domain belonging to the following URL: www.canon.com.au/worldofeos or www.canon.co.nz/worldofeos or any other URL linked from www.canon.com.au/worldofeos or www.canon.co.nz/worldofeos as advised by the Promoter (“Program”) and should be read in conjunction with any other information, terms and conditions for this World of EOS Program. 2.
GROU.PS Founders Network Hi Folks, We have implemented our new migration tool. You can find the tools in > Ning. So now it is possible to migrate ning network easily and in 3 different ways. First, use your archiver data to transfer the content. Research, create, and present school projects online - Biteslide Engage your students When students are fully engaged, they learn better. 87% of teachers we surveyed said that Biteslide has increased student engagement in their classrooms. Develop 21st century skills 21st century skills are increasingly important. Blend digital projects into your classroom to develop student creativity, communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills. Research, create, and present Using different tools in your school projects can be confusing for students and difficult to manage.
Use Weavly To Remix YouTube and SoundCloud Weavly is a new service for remixing media found on YouTube and SoundCloud, and Loopcam GIFs. Weavly provides a simple drag and drop interface that allows you to search for, trim and combine tracks without ever leaving the Weavly site. To start creating your Weavly video perform a search for video content. When you find a video clip that you like drag it to the Weavly editor where you can adjust the start and end times of the clip. Then move on to adding sounds by search for sounds and draggin them to the Weavly editor where you can again trim the start and end times.
Cinch - Create and share micro podcasts, images and text updates Since merging with fellow virtual communications leader Cinchcast, Inc., BeaconLive now offers services and technology to support every type of distributed event – ranging from fully managed, moderator-assisted webcasting productions to do-it-yourself webinar hosting, and everything in between. Looking for a DIY virtual communications and content hub you can tailor to your organization’s specific needs? We've got you covered.
shwup - Home Dear friends, When we set out to create Shwup (later renamed muveeCloud), our key motivation was to enable private, secure sharing of life’s precious moments. After all, many of you (like us) are very protective of our personal photos and videos. So we advocated and started what we call “some-to-some” sharing. A 21st Century Education Film Series Personalizing Public Education, George McKenna George McKenna was born and reared in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he distinguished himself as a scholar and multi-sport athlete and where the seeds of his civil and human rights activism were nurtured. Upon receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics from Xavier University, at the age of 20, he was awarded a teaching fellowship to Loyola University, Chicago, where he earned an M.A. in mathematics.
Educator-recommended Tools to Help Enhance Your Visuals June 17, 2015 Sometimes a good visual has a way of capturing one's attention. This can be important in a room full of varied attention spans. Here are some educator-recommended tools to help enhance your visuals. Create digital stories with text, artwork, and voice recordings. 10 Video Projects Every Teacher Should Try Making classroom movies has gotten much easier now that cell phones, tablets and other devices feature video capabilities that are high quality and simple to use. And happily, we’ve found that students love to use video—it’s a format that they understand and that sparks their creativity. Here are ten ideas to try in your classroom today.