Category Archives: Tools

Touch!

I sat down next to one of our IT guys at a meeting last week. “Is that an iPhone?” I asked. “Yes. . .do you want to play with it?” “No. My mother-in-law gave me an old iPod Touch over … Continue reading

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Podcasting, screencasting, and video sharing

I’m a PC user.  I like spreadsheets.  I dislike the Mac user interface and I’m disappointed every time Windows tries harder to imitate it; I want to see my hierarchical file structure as soon as possible, thank you very much.  … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on educational uses of the annotation tools in Diigo

This week, Dr. Wiley asked us to highlight and annotate a classmate’s blog posting. I annotated several classmates’ postings: “Educational Uses of Pod and Videocasts” on LeLute’s Weblog “Learning in Dense, Distributed, Social Networks” on web technology in small doses … Continue reading

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Delicious and Flickr in Education

David Wiley has asked those of us in his New Media, Social Media, and Learning Course to post on educational uses of Delicious and Flickr. Delicious One of my early posts on this blog (before people who weren’t related to … Continue reading

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PB Wiki Summer Camp

I have finally completed my last “Homework” Assignment for the PBwiki summer camp.  The summer camp was designed to help educators learn the basics of setting up and administering a PBwiki in six week’s time.  I didn’t learn much that … Continue reading

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What it would take to make me say a definitive “I like Flock”?

Image via Wikipedia Last week, I posted the following on Twitter: trying to decide if I like Flock 10:00 AM August 21, 2008from web And got this reply: Flocker: @kamccollum: You don’t sound totally convinced. What could we do to … Continue reading

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Reflections on Twitter

About a month ago, I posted about my intention to use Twitter as a one-line professional development blog.  My goal was to post every day for a week and then report on my experience at the end of the week.  … Continue reading

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