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October 2007 Blog Posts (8)

HELP A TEACHER GET SOME TECHNOLOGY

My wife and I produced a video for the Interwrite Learning contest and lo and behold we are in the finals! This is a $15,000 contest to get her some badly needed technology for her classroom. Problem is we are in the public voting stage of the competition and up against much larger districts with a lot of voting power. If you have liked my videos I ask that you go register and vote for her video. I admit that I am biased in this case, but I know how much she needs this equipment and her…

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Added by Doug Valentine on October 29, 2007 at 11:12pm — 3 Comments

Online News Papers

Dear All,

Follw the link of online news papers of the world.It contains allmost all the newspapers of every part of the world

Regards,

Naveed

Link: http://www.onlinenewspapers.com

Added by Naveed Ahmad on October 26, 2007 at 2:52am — 3 Comments

Beta Test for Yahoo

The new job has really usurped all the time I was spending blogging and reading on the web. I'm slowly starting to get back into the swing of things, though.



Just a head's up for anyone who is interested. Yahoo is looking for beta-testers for some super-secret new tool they're working on. I was a beta-test for the new Search Assist tool they use; it was fun and didn't take much time. Anyway, they want more librarians, so if you're intersted, here's the link.…



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Added by Jeri Hurd on October 25, 2007 at 10:54am — No Comments

Do you use any of these Web 2.0 sites?

Hard Hat worker holds sign saying Web2.0 Tools for Educators

These sites are web-tools that you can build with. If we can tame the 800 pound gorilla of time and apply our vision and creativity, there are hundreds of opportunities to connect curriculum with the dynamic world on the highly interactive Read/Write web.

Picking up the tools offered by Web 2.0…

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Added by Dennis O'Connor on October 17, 2007 at 1:14pm — 1 Comment

Who has influence over administrators?

So many of our professional publications and courses talk about collaborating with classroom teachers. From a listserv I am on I recently received a message asking how to get teachers to collaborate. I could have responded:

Last year I attended a workshop on collaboration. The presenter talked about her experiences with collaborating with teachers, but didn't say how she got the teachers to collaborate with her. During a discussion session in small groups she came over to my group and sat… Continue

Added by Sue Buchanan on October 16, 2007 at 8:54pm — No Comments

K12Online2007

I will be attending this conference which has already begun with a preconference session with David Warlick. I signed up for audio podcasts which I thought would help me decide which video sessions to attend. I've listened to David Warlick who demonstrates the lack of boundaries to communication that now exist, yet also the need to create new…

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Added by Yolan Mistele on October 13, 2007 at 12:29am — No Comments

Presentation on Weeding

Six and a half years ago I arrived in my current media center. The collection was old and short on accreditation numbers -- I remember 1974 as an estimate of average, but it surprised me that the age was that young! It is now up to 1984 after some weeding and using every penny I could on print purchases. Next Tuesday afternoon the media specialists from our county will meet here and I am supposed to do a program on weeding. To end the presentation we will weed the 900s. I am going to "remind"… Continue

Added by Sue Buchanan on October 4, 2007 at 2:56pm — 2 Comments

Florida Media Specialists

I'm taking the FL Teacher Certification Exam for Ed Media Specialist in 10 days! As the lucky 13th of October approaches, I'm freaking big time! Help! Has anyone in the state taken the test recently and can share some words of encouragement?? Is there anyone near Orlando who's looking at that date and is available to study with me??

Added by Good Day on October 3, 2007 at 9:30pm — No Comments

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