OneRiot.com – Realtime Search for the Realtime Web OneRiot is a search engine tht pulls search results from Twitter, Dig and other social sharing services. The results are based on what issues are currently the most shared and discussed not based on “historical” data. You can choose to search the web or “video”. It also has a very “pared down” look to the site.
Skype in Schools – Adjust Your Sails! Why not use skype in schools? This blog entry outlines the reasons school districts might ban Skype and the rationale for Allowing it as a tool for classroom use. It goes into the legal issues surrounding this tool.
SimpleK12 » Blog Archive » I blog, you blog, let’s ALL blog! – Reasons YOU should have a classroom blog! ”I see a huge value in incorporating them in your classrooms. I would bet that if you mentioned the idea of a blog in your classroom to your students, they would be HYPED. Why? It’s quite simple really – they like the idea of having something “published” that they’ve personally written and that their classmates/teachers/parents can read. I’ve come up with a list (they are my favorite) of how you can engage your students with a classroom blog”
Home | www.bigbluebutton.org BigBlueButton is an active open source project that focuses on usability, modularity, and clean design — both for the user and the developer. The project is hosted at Google Code BigBlueButton is built by combining over fourteen open source components. The following diagram gives an overview of its capabilities