Monthly Archives: August 2011

Pecha Kucha Presentations

Yesterday, Dana and I were talking about the pecha kucha format for presentations, and I thought I would share some links for those of you who might be interested in finding out more. Continue reading

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New tool to make videos interactive

i just signed up for a free account to Videobix. the first 1000 mashable readers get pro accounts for 60 days (could be especially useful for TLT folks)!

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Preparing students for a world that isn’t

Great piece from the NYtimes, about the new book, “Now You See It,” by Cathy N. Davidson, co-director of the annual MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competitions. some bits… “Pundits may be asking if the Internet is bad for … Continue reading

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End of Summer Fun

Camp CNDLS on Saturday August 27th! Please join in the fun with CNDLS as we celebrate summer. We’ll gather 2ish and spend the afternoon enjoying the pool, the pond, the courts, the ~120 acres of possibilities! Then we’ll have a … Continue reading

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Three articles to help our thinking about maps/mapping/place

as we ramp up our GIS/mapping aspirations, some articles to read… The map of his dreams Cuban American makes new map, from…The Washington Post, July 26, 2011 Tuesday, STYLE; Pg. C01, 1548 words, David Montgomery The cyber-hunt for Genghis Khan: ‘Citizen scientists’ help search … Continue reading

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