Daily Archives: July 23, 2007

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They aren't all gems

They aren't all gems

We live in a very interesting time.  We have more access to free software than we ever have before.  A new Web2.0 tool is released every 3.7 minutes (Source: Made it up), which is wonderful for prosumers in general, but not every release is a winner. Typically I only share with you the sites that

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They aren’t all gems

We live in a very interesting time.  We have more access to free software than we ever have before.  A new Web2.0 tool is released every 3.7 minutes (Source: Made it up), which is wonderful for prosumers in general, but not every release is a winner. Typically I only share with you the sites that

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Bette Nelson in the news

Join us in congratulating Bette Nelson, a STAR Discovery Educator who was featured in The Standard, a newspaper in Westhope, North Dakota!  She attended the Silver Spring DEN National Institute.  Interestingly, Bette is also the answer to a bit of DEN trivia.  She has the distinction of being the very first Discovery Educator we accepted

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First life not enough?

Join us in Second Life!  We’ve finally launched the DEN Second Life Blog.  Head over and read all about the exciting happenings in Second Life.  If you haven’t had a chance to try it out, make time today and seek out fellow DEN members for assistance in navigating the world.  (I’m Celestia Cazalet; other Leadership

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Thoughts from the Florida Academic Excursion

I probably won’t do the entire institute justice, so be sure to run over to the DEN Florida blog and read what my new friend, Tom Turner, has to say about the week. One of the focuses of the week at the Institue was digital storytelling.  The products made during the week were amazing.  One

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