Online space for learning to do java programming, music mashup, 3D game design, smartphone apps, Facebook apps, animation, video editing, etc. – free.
Museum Box – H270
This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box.
Apps for iPhoneTitle:Note:Saving…
IF Found – initial screen has information to return iPhone to owner
- Grocery IQ – map out your grocery store.
Card Star – input your "promotional cards" to phone and can be scanned
Say Who – voice select your phone by saying name or code
Hear Planet – historical sites located in cities
Kid’s Games: ShapeBuilder, DressChica, iZoo
Skype, Google Talk, Twitter, FaceBook
MeetingWizard.com is great for trying to organize groups for future meeting.Title:Note:Saving…
Your favorite app for iPod TouchTitle:Note:Saving…
Lucy Gray – Audioboo
App and web site
Productivity Time SaversTitle:Note:Saving…
Any educational value with this?
google earth lessons/template
We used templates to create GEarth tours on biomes of the world and geography
Using glogster to engage and educate students and staff.
I use glogster with http://l4librarian.edu.glogster.com/InternetPirate-cy/">students similarly to a webquest.
For staff, I use it as a tool to share "how-to" video clips.Title:Note:Saving…
Marice Hull Tools quick and dirty
Aduim – pulls all your IM accounts into one place
Skreemr – MP3 search engine
Eddy Timer – download for quick timer
CamTwist – can make your desktop broadcast instead of your camera
DROPBOX – can’t live without – file saving and sharing and LINKING
Switch – makes files into other kinds of files
KEYPASS – can’t live without – keeps all my passcodes
SongBird – alternative to iTunes
VLC – media opener like quicktime
Web Cut / Evernote – keeping parts of webpages in one searchable spot
Engrade – online grade book with great features
Sync subscribed iCal calendars to MobileMe via script
Keep track on tags in Delicious – Youtube tutorial
What should I read next – http://www.whatshouldireadnext.com/search
100 Websites You Should Know and Use – http://blog.ted.com/2007/08/100_websites_yo.phpTitle:Note:Saving…
Dropbox (shared by @crafty184)
I use Dropbox to keep files in sync across multiple computers. I can even access them from my iPhone and then send them to others via email. It gives you 2 GB free storage, which is fantastic. Lots of great features for free.
Use this link –> DropboxTitle:Note:Saving…
Silly photobooth or web cam program to make holiday photos
More holiday activities: cfpmsram.blogspot.comTitle:Note:Saving…
Drop.io – 10 things you can do with it.
Droppler is an app for it
Yesterday I discovered that my PLN friends Bud and Diane had a conversation about Smackdowns at around the same time we were sharing in D.C.:
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dmcordell: @budtheteacher My experience is limited to the Joyce Valenza/Geek Squad SmackDowns. Everyone is a winner there, especially the audience.budtheteacher: @dmcordell Of course. But I don’t think the term is being repurposed. These things are generally competitive and they have winners.dmcordell: @budtheteacher My experience is limited to the Joyce Valenza/Geek Squad SmackDowns. Everyone is a winner there, especially the audience.budtheteacher: @dmcordell Both. The frenzy for tool oneupsmanship is troublesome, as is the idea of the smacking. Mostly the smacking, though.dmcordell: @budtheteacher Well, it’s really more like smacking cards down on the table. Offers a quick intro to sites, generates interest in tech.
Just a little more of what I learned at GTADC
December 10, 2009 by Leave a Comment