Monthly Archives: April 2009

Diigo

Diigo allows you to bookmark, highlight, tag, and use sticky notes as you read. Check this Screencast out feature Diigo and Screen-o-matic! Fantastic. Advertisements

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Google Reader

As I was updating the Interesting Websites section on my blog, I came across Durff’s shared items on Google Reader. This is a very interesting list of tools that are being used in schools around the world. Are the terms … Continue reading

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ISTE | Digital Stories

 I was reading about the digital stories contest and wanted to share this on my blog. I have been wanting to try out diigo and see how I can highlight information then send it to my blog. Diigo is pretty … Continue reading

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Wikipedia

What in the world is the encyclopedia called Wikipedia all about?????????      According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:About  Wikipedia can be defined as a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia project. What does that mean?     Well, to start off with, Wiki means “a collection of web … Continue reading

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