Daily Archives: May 16, 2006

Tip #12: Drag and Drop – A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Tip #12: Drag and Drop – A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

From Karen Seddon (Field Manager, South FL) As a teacher, I really didn’t understand the depth of unitedstreaming.  If I needed a video, I searched, found it, downloaded it, played it and that was it.  However, as unitedstreaming is constantly being upgrading and adding content, I thought it was amazing how robust the site really

Two Days, Two Service Centers

After our visit yesterday with educators at the Muskegon Area ISD, Kristin, Hall and I traveled to Lansing, Michigan to visit educators serviced by the Ingham Intermediate School District. The day again was filled with sharing, networking and media integration ideas.  Hall, in his usual style, captivated educators with his presentation on digital storytelling which

Discovery shows in iTunes!

Are you a big fan of the Mythbusters?  Can’t get enough Shark Week?  Do your kids love the Save-Ums?  Well, now you can take all of those shows with you to go! Discovery announced today a new partnership with Apple that is bringing shows from several of their channels into iTunes.  Animal Planet, the Discovery

Four a Day in May

Did you do it?  Did you try any of the first four suggestions for using unitedstreaming?  Here are four more to add to your repertoire… KWL — No, this doesn’t stand for Kick, Whine and Lose your patience.  You’ve worked really hard to finish those text books before the "big test" but now you still