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This link recently saved by hrheingold on January 29, 2014
"I used to explain eduClipper as “Pinterest for teachers and students” but it really is more than just a bookmarking tool. It’s a service designed to give teachers a platform through which they can create portfolios of important materials and assignments while also giving students a platform for creating digital portfolios. Sign up on eduClipper then download the free iPad app to see everything that you can do with eduClipper.
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"here are better forums for discussion than online discussion forums. The discussion forum is a ubiquitous component of every learning management system and online learning platform from Blackboard to Moodle to Coursera. Forums have become, in many ways, synonymous with discussion in the online class, as though one relatively standardized interface can stand in for the many and varied modes of interaction we might have in a physical classroom."
RT @evmaiden: Worth a read...The Discussion Forum is Dead
This link recently saved by hrheingold on June 11, 2013
"As for the benefits of creating a Facebook group for your course, not only am I seeing better online interactions and face-to-face discussions, but it’s a fantastic way to get mid-semester feedback from the students.
For a step-by-step tutorial on setting up a Facebook group, view the Mashable article: Everything You Wanted to Know about Facebook Groups."
This link recently saved by hrheingold on April 25, 2013
"Now anyone can create a beautiful digital zine of customized content, thanks to Flipboard. In a highly touted new feature, version 2.0 of the iconic newsstand app allows users to tap and select articles, photos, and video they find on Flipboard to create magazines on any interest or topic.
In this screencast, educator and library consultant Linda W. Braun demos the feature, showing how to create a magazine in the image-rich format, add articles, and publish to Flipboard, all on the fly. If your intended readers don’t have a device? You can share your creation, with a few simple taps, via Twitter and email."
This link recently saved by hrheingold on February 21, 2013
"One of the tools I have successfully used to break free of the digital classroom cul-de-sac is Ushahidi. Ushahidi is an open-source, collaborative mapping platform that enables real-time data aggregation. It features a relatively simple interface that gathers information from any number of participants and, in real time, visually geotags that data with color-coded dots on an online map. A participant can upload photos, embed videos, write comments, or simply mark the date and time of an incident. Although it appears at first to be like another version of a custom Google or Geocommons map, what makes Ushahidi different is the speed and source of the data that is fed into the system. Like Twitter, the mapping occurs instantaneously and can be fed into the map from any number sources: via web browser, mobile phone, Smartphone, or email. This feature makes Ushahidi a powerful, online, rapid-response tool as it creates a living, changing map of an event from a collective, ground-level perspective while that event is still ongoing."
This link recently saved by hrheingold on February 18, 2013
"Scoop.it collates work from online publications using an online magazine format, and this visual impact alone makes it very effective.
The additional appeal of broadcasting from a hub allows me to tap into and share with my ed tech networks, which is why I find myself using it more often during time constraints.
First of all, it’s powerful–it incorporates multiple elements of familiar social media tools. But it’s also very flexible–the mobile app is quite functional for both iPhone and Android, and a toolbar plugin can be installed on browser windows. Scoop.it’s athleticism makes it a time-saver
This link recently saved by hrheingold on December 26, 2012
"Nothing fancy in this post, just the nuts and bolts of how to make an RSA Animate style video with your class! "