Daily Archives: April 21, 2008

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Young Scientist Challenge – Webinar Companion

This posting is made as a companion for the webinar series Discovery Education and 3M are sponsoring to support students and teachers entering the Young Scientist Challenge. This Challenge is entirely video-based. Entrants must create a one to two-minute video (max!) from a list of scientific concepts. Below are some different ways those videos can

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Student Technology Fair

We are extending the deadline for registration for the student technology fair to May 1st, and we are waiving the $10 fee.  Please consider encouraging students to participate. ITEC and GWAEA are sponsoring a Student Technology Fair at GWAEA the morning of May 15th. Students can submit projects in the following categories: Multimedia, Web Presence, Programming, Video or Linear Presentations,

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Twitterate yourself with STARs

Heard about Twitter but don’t know where to start? Already using Twitter but you’d like to expand your network? Want to find a way to stay connected with other STAR Discovery Educators in between events and conferences? Have I got a solution for you! This all started with Lee Kolbert. She decided to create a

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DEN Diigo Group

I created a Diigo group for the DEN. It will serve as a great place for us to aggregate all the cool applications, research, and other websites we learn about through DEN institutes, events, blogs, and webinars. http://groups.diigo.com/groups/discovery-educator-network If you are a Diigo user, please join the group to contribute. If you are not a

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Gentle Reminder – April 23rd

Don’t forget to join us, this Wednesday at 5 p.m. SLT (8 p.m. EST) for another in our series of Wednesday Workshops with Celestia Cazelet, entitled ‘Work With Me Here!’.   VoiceThread is a free Web 2.0 tool with so many uses. Join us for this workshop where we will discover how to use it in our

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It's a Wrap – PhotoStory 3

A dozen folks showed up for JuliaAnn Mill’s Wednesday Workshop on PhotoStory3.  The presenter had a couple of issues, some of which were resolved and others weren’t.  First, JuliaAnn was unable to ‘see’ people in-world in their entirety, but this I mean that all avis were apparently ‘beheaded’ (yup, our heads were in our laps)

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