All Blog Posts Tagged 'website' (15)

URL Shorteners: Fur.ly opens multiple tabs.

fur.ly is a great place/idea for educators who are struggling with students finding the right websites or who are having their students copy long URLs off of the board.  This tool will let you have one URL that will open multiple websites at one time.

Added by Brian Weir on November 19, 2012 at 5:31pm — No Comments

Creating e-portfolios using Weebly for Education





Creating a website has never been so easy!



Weebly for Education is a fantastic resource for…
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Added by Ms. Lynda Hall on August 10, 2012 at 10:55pm — 5 Comments

My e-Twinning Project

Ziel des Projektes / The goal of the project:  
  • Kulturaustausch zwischen…
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Added by İsmail Aldemir on January 27, 2012 at 10:54am — No Comments

EnglishCentral - what's coming...

As an "insider", I'm privy to a little of what is going on at EnglishCentral.  The team has really been working overtime and coming up with some fantastic changes that will be in a new release. 

 

Here's my insider's sneak preview! 

 

I hope you like the new look and…

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Added by ddeubel on July 23, 2011 at 9:17am — No Comments

TEFList - a new way to find an English teaching job

Well, it is finally here! TEFList, the video ELT job site. A l ot of work went into it and it really does some amazing things. Ning is charging us through the nose and I hope any revenue provided by TEFList will help our community survive.



1) All the jobs in ELT in one spot (no being a chicken with your head cut off)…

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Added by ddeubel on September 2, 2010 at 4:00am — No Comments

MeeGenius - text to speech for reading

I really believe in the power of ebooks with audio, the power of text to speech technology, to help our students learn. You'll find loads of that on EFL Classroom 2.0. Thus, my constant promotion of TTS- through English Central, the Tarheel Reader, Chatterbots and all sorts of other… Continue

Added by ddeubel on July 5, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments

Make a Quiz for Your Website or Blog

Online quizzes or tests work as good tools for organizations and training. Making and placing quizzes on your website or blog has many benefits.



For educators and trainers, online quizzes or tests are essential materials that help you find the weakness of students on specified knowledge. For individuals, you can make some funny quizzes to drive traffic to your website or blog.



Then, how to make a quiz or quizzes for your website or… Continue

Added by SunnyY on December 9, 2009 at 12:10am — No Comments

ASL website

I just found this new website: ASLpro.com

Check it out if you want to learn American Sign Language or just brush up on your skills. It's free, but they do ask for donations to help keep it a free service.

Added by rauchell mann on June 4, 2009 at 6:17pm — No Comments

Getting my Year 2 class on the net!

I am very eager to get my class of 24 Year 2 students interacting with the world wide web.



A year 3 teacher is doing wiki's with his class. Although a great idea and tool it would be much too tricky for my class.



A prac teacher I had back in 2007 had a fantastic website solely for his Year 5 class. Its fundamental functions were a blog for each of the thirty students nicely contained within the website itself and a place for their work to be uploaded whether it were… Continue

Added by Mr Maloney on April 15, 2009 at 12:20am — No Comments

SchoolWires

Finding SchoolWires (website content management system) very easy to learn. The controls are clear, the documentation is great, and thier help desk phone is first rate.

Anyone considering using SchoolWires should take a close look. You will like what you'll find.

Added by John Patota on March 31, 2009 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Kiwi Commons is happy to announce the beta launch of our website!

Click here to link to our site and get a head start on Internet safety news.

Added by Kiwi Commons on March 24, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Screencasting Software - Easily Make Stunning Demos

Screencasting software — for screen capture, editing, and publication of video files - has been used to market software products and website service, and to train people in the use of those products and service. Screencasting is a powerful tool for presentation; if screencating software can be properly used it will enable us to achieve many of our goals, such as making a software tutorial, creating a shot how-to video, and producing a… Continue

Added by William Peterson on December 30, 2008 at 6:39am — No Comments

(WSI) Website Investigation: An Introduction to Information Forensics.



Carl and I concluded our first run of (WSI) Website Investigation: An Introduction to Information Forensics. This is a fully facilitated Moodle based online class. We had a lot of fun and the participants were great. We also radically underestimated the amount of time the course would take. We figured 5 hours in one week. When we polled the class everyone reported taking far more time with each case study.



It doesn't surprise… Continue

Added by Dennis O'Connor on August 5, 2008 at 4:06pm — No Comments

Information Fluency At Necc 2008

21st century information fluency

Necc 2008

Join Carl Heine and Dennis O'Connor in San Antonio for NECC 2008.


Monday June 30,…

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Added by Dennis O'Connor on June 13, 2008 at 2:47pm — No Comments

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