Daily Archives: July 16, 2008

Discovery's Planet Green

How big is your carbon footprint???  Have you heard about Discovery’s Planet Green – http://planetgreen.discovery.com/.   Check out Discovery’s global initiative that includes a television network, interactive tools and “how-to” resources. Planet Green is the first and only 24-hour eco-lifestyle television network with a robust online presence and community. Launched in June 2008, our on-air content reaches 50 million

heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 07/16/2008

Geocaching – The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site tags: edtech The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site The sport where You are the search engine – post by srcr– Create or Upgrade your Membership A basic membership is free! If you create an account on geocaching.com we’ll let you know when new caches are

Cell Phones in the Classroom

On day two of the LC Institute we had a ton of great opportunities to tap into the brains of other tech savvy DEN members.I went to five sessions and learned about green screening with Adobe Premiere Elements, Professional Networking with Twitter and Plurk, and Blogging.Hall Davison also gave an excellent Keynote to start the day off with a presentation on using cell

Steve Dembo's Keynote at National Institute

I’m sitting in a very active room full of educators on Day 3 of the DEN LC National Institute in Silver Spring, Maryland. Steve Dembo is the keynote speaker this morning. I’m embedding the live blog again today. It seemed to work great – if you can’t join the live session you can still read

DEN LC Institute

On day 1 at the LC institute we had the opportunity to meet other LC members and collaborate to make a video based off of the Discovery Channel commercial many of you may have seen. The commercial has all of your favorite Discovery personalities singing a song called, “Boom de ah da.”The above commercial is

Update at LC Institute

Yesterday (Tuesday) was a whirlwind of activity at the LC Institute.  There were a total of 12 workshops offered by LC members.  Unfortunately, we could only attend 5.  Picking and choosing became quite difficult. I took time to learn how to conduct a multitude of digital story types using both images and videos.  I also