Facebook Guide Book – How To, Tips and Instructions by Mashable Mashable has put together a new Guidebook to Facebook, similar to their Twitter Guidebook, with detailed instructions for how to do nearly everything on the social network including – Facebook 101: The Basics, Managing Your Facebook Wall, Using Facebook for Business, How to become a fan of Mashable, Using Facebook Applications, Facebook 305: Advanced Topics,
Old Photos & Old Pictures: Historical Photos at V like Vintage “This is a photo library and search engine all in one. V like Vintage bridges the gap between analogue photography and digital technology – and invites all amateur photographers, collectors and anyone interested in history on a fascinating journey through time featuring the countless faces of history. For this purpose, V like Vintage addresses all those who own historic photographs.”
Hints & Tips For Doing A 365 Day Photo Project @ Dawnstar Australis As 2009 draws to an end and 2010 gets ready to spring into being the question many photographers are asking themselves is: Do I want to do a 365 day photo project? Peter Carey recently provided an article to the Digital Photography School website on the many benefits of doing a photo365 project. Dawn thought she would add to this work by listing some of lessons she has learnt from doing the 365 Before Thirty Project so far.
Classroom 2.0 LIVE! Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other members of the community in real-time events, complete with audio, chat, desktop sharing, and sometimes even video. For the weekly Saturday show you click on the words ‘Welcome Video Screencast’ to view a short screencast about the website and tutorial on accessing our Elluminate sessions.
Teachers Report Assistant – FREE time saving utility for teachers The Teachers Report Assistant is a free source program that aim to make the reporting process easier and cut teachers’ reporting time down. It creates a report card that is easy to follow and easy to make adjustments and correct mistakes. It is only available for Microsoft operating systems.
7 Things You Should Know About… | EDUCAUSE The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative’s (ELI’s) 7 Things You Should Know About… series provides concise information on emerging learning technologies and related practices. Each brief focuses on a single technology or practice and describes how they might be used.
10 Must-Read eBooks for Social Media Lovers Christina Warren at Mashable has compiled a list of 10 Must-Read eBooks for Social Media Lovers. Each list entry includes a brief synopsis, cover art, and format details. The World According to Twitter by David Pogue looks interesting.
About | storyLines Open to contributions, this Australian blog was created to give support to high school literature programs. It features everything from book reviews to critiques on new Web 2.0 technology.
CaptionTube: Home Create captions for your YouTube videos.The interface is very simple to use and it offers several alternatives for saving and exporting your captions. Captions can be done in owned or third party videos, and if you are not the owner it offers alternatives for publishing your captions in someone else’s creation.
Home – Trove Trove is focused on Australia and Australians. It supplements what search engines provide with reliable information from Australia’s memory institutions. If you are researching in the fields of the social sciences, literature, local or family history, or need inspiration for your school assignment, then this is the tool for you.
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Featured Articles USDLA article. Content and technology are continually changing. This article reminds us that learners are also changing. For the past decade, faculty who won awards for teaching expressed concern that they could no longer hold the attention of their students. John Seely Brown, Chief Scientist at Xerox and director of its Palo Alto Research Center, hired 15 year olds to design future work environments and learning environments. He observed that the students did not conform to the traditional image of learners as permissive sponges. It requires us to rethink and redesign education for the Digital Age.