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I have recently discovered a great WordPress plugin called Anthologize. It was built as part of the One Week One Tool project. It essentially allows you to create electronic texts from blog posts. You can create texts in ePub, pdf, TIE, or RTF formats. It also allows you to create chapters to organise your content. This is a wonderful opportuni ...…
 
I’ve been using scratch versions 1 through 1.4 with students to create multimedia and interactive projects for at least a few years. It’s programmable multimedia and it is a great piece of constructivist software. Students love using it and it has a low entry point but high ceiling. Well now we get a peak at what version 2 may offer. Watch the ...…
 
For some time I have been meaning to finish my Moodle course about Scratch. It has been on the back burner for at least a year! The course itself is mostly finished but has a few areas which desperately need some attention. I was hoping to finish it and put it on Moodle Commons like I did with the Web2.0 course. But I don’t think that will happ ...…
 
The ’1 to 1′ netbook project journey continues! This week we are looking at the free and open source mind mapping tool called FreeMind. You can download FreeMind for Mac, Windows and Linux. In this video I give a brief introduction to some of the features available when using FreeMind. You can also download the video here if you are not subscri ...…
 
Podcast number 3 March 22nd, 2009. [ICTGUY0903.mp3 Running time: 24:52 mins, size: 11.5 MB] Download it here! Links Rob Sbaglia: http://lmultranet.wikispaces.com Rob’s Twittering: http://twitter.com/sbaglia 1 to 1 project: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/management/ictsupportservices/netbooks/ DEECD wiki: http://netbooktrial.wikispaces.com Lodd ...…
 
Podcast number 2 February 19th, 2009. [ICTGUY0902.mp3 Running time: 10:37 mins, size: 7.4 MB] Download it here! Links John Pearce: http://johnp.wordpress.com Tom Barrett’s Blog: http://tbarrett.edublogs.org 1oo ideas: http://tbarrett.edublogs.org/2009/01/26/100-interesting-ways/ Tom’s presentations: Google Earth http://docs.google.com/Present?d ...…
 
In term four of 2008 we ran an online professional development course for teachers through Moodle. The aim was simply to be an introduction to the world of web2.0 and how it might impact on the classroom. The course was undertaken over five weeks with the following areas of focus each week. Blogging Social bookmarking RSS and personal homepage ...…
 
Podcast number 1 February 3rd, 2009. [ICTGUY0901.mp3 Running time: 14:51 mins, size: 8.6 MB] Download it here! Team Building http://www.teampedia.net BBC News article on BETT http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7830431.stm Skype in Schools http://skypeinschools.pbwiki.com How to embed http://www.labnol.org/internet/how-to-embed-in-html-webpag ...…
 
WordPress 2.7 has been released!!! This blog runs WordPress, as does a whole lot of the educational blogoshpere – Edublogs, Globalteacher, Globalstudent etc. I have been using it for a number of years on many local school websites – Koorlong PS, Irymple South PS, Cardross PS and others. This ‘point‘ upgrade should really have been WordPress 3.0 ...…
 
A week ago on the Ed Tech Crew Podcast we came across a presentation format called Pecha Kucha, which is basically 20 slides, times 20 seconds for each slide. So you end up doing a short, and hopefully impacting presentation, in around six minutes. This is a very interesting format that would be interesting to use with students. The combination ...…
 
My Students Interview ICTGUY in Australia.By Mr. Marcos and his Lincoln Middle School Students.
 
Podcast number 13 July 20th, 2008. [ICTGUY0813.mp3 Running time: 12:22mins, size: 5.8 MB] Download it here! Today’s Links! Create PowerPoint for the web with 280slides – http://280slides.com Also mentioned http://www.sliderocket.com Mashable – 30+ Presentation services for the web http://mashable.com/2007/08/12/online-presentations Gone Google: ...…
 
In this episode we are joined by three highly experiences Moodle users who share some insights with us. Talia Carbin, Darrel Branson and Julian Ridden each work intensively with Moodle in three different settings and in different ways. If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here Moodle is an amazingly competent and ...…
 
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