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Links 11 through 20 of 595 John Sutton's Bookmarks

Really simple and useful tool for converting text to upper or lower case.

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Excellent and simple button generator - the best I've found on the web. Perfect for creating that Login button for your blog.

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Really useful set of HTML code generators for generating code for blogs.

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A really useful e-book for teachers wanting to examine the potential of mobile technology and to provide ideas and arguments to build a case to trial the approach in school.

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Great website that generates the HTML to embed slideshows from Flickr into your blog. Simply decide on the photoset, stream etc and FlickrSlidr sorts the code for you.

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Interesting blogpost on the increasing impact of user generated content in the classroom and the implications for teachers and learners.

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An excellent summary of what privacy means in a digital society and what you should be doing about it. A seminal post and ideal for staff meeting discussion.

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A great list of examples of the consequences of ill advised, malicious and downright stupid use of social media. Perfect for staff meetings or for scenarios to discuss with class

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Martin Waller muses on the nature of the audience for his class blog and this imagined audience drives his young writers.

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Making the link between the blog and its audience has always been vital. This post shows an innovative use of YouTube to do just that.

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