Monthly Archives: May 2009

Student Response Journals via Blogging

Tammy Worcester comes through again with a great tip of the week. She gives step-by-step instructions for setting up a safe and secure blog where students can respond to prompts. Nice blend of technology and writing.

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One True Media


So, I saw this on CogDog Blog’s list of 50 cool things for Digital Storytelling. I visited the site, checked out some examples, tried to do it myself, uploaded photos, made a couple of mistakes and couple of choices and an hour hasn’t even elapsed. I am giving this my first ECLS award (Easy Cheesy, Lemon Squeezy)!

View this montage created at One True Media
My Montage 5/7/09

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Sandbox WGBH Lab

High quality video clips for free is how they describe this collection from PBS station WGBH Boston. I can imagine a lot of uses for these small clips. There are some videos that were made from the clips demonstrating some of the possibilities. There is such a nice variety of subjects that I know I’ll be using these soon.

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Jog the Web

Dogtrax introduced me to Jog the Web

Line up a bunch of pages and get a link that wraps them all up in a neat package. The perfect thing for webquests, presentations, demonstrations or even keeping some of your favorite links linked together.

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