Daily Archives: August 7, 2008

GoAnimate – Animation that I actually get.

I’m almost embarrassed to admit this, but I really don’t understand Flash.  I’ve sat in on a couple of workshops to learn how to use it, but there’s just something about “Tweens” and stuff that I just don’t get.  Because of that, I’ve constrained myself to comic strips and the like. On a friend’s reccomendation,

heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 08/07/2008

iPaper@Scribd – Email Attachments Made Simple and Safe | Scribd tags: edtech Ways to use iPaper@Scribd As a document sharing tool. Include ipaper@scribd.com as a CC and we’ll send everyone an iPaper version of the document attachments. It’s safe, easy, and you never have to worry whether your recipients can view the documents. As a

Animoto for Education – Free is good!

We’ve partnered with Animoto in the past, culminating in them giving free access to every DEN teacher during Teacher Appreciation Week.  But now they’ve just gone over the top.  We’re pleased to announce a new service exclusively for teachers. Animoto for Education (http://education.animoto.com) gives teachers, grades K-12, unlimited access to the full range of Animoto’s

More Web 2.0

Some of my wonderful teammates added more web 2.0 resources (Onslow County Tech Facilitators are awesome!)  Check out the newly added links.  Can you think of any more to add?  Post a comment and let us know… A-Animoto, Audacity B-Blabberize, blogger, Blackboard, Beautiful Society, Bubbleshare C-Comics Sketch, Comic Life , Chatzy, chats D-del.icio.us, Digg, Doodle E-Evernote, Edublogger, Elluminate,

Liberty Science Center Now on iTunes

        Apple’s popular iTunes Store isn’t just for music and videos anymore. With the unveiling of Apple’s iTunes U, a free section of the site dedicated to providing educational content, Liberty Science Center is among the first providers, along with colleges, universities and other prominent educational institutions. There are lessons, lectures, even

View your Flickr Pics with PicsViewr

There’s a million Flickr hacks, and about half of those are different ways to view slideshows.  But every once in a while you see one that just makes you grin in a silly way.  For me, that’s Picsviewr.  It may not be the most powerful, it may not have the most features, but gosh darn

DEN in SL for President!!!

O.K.  So maybe not quite for president, but I did catch your attention didn’t I?  The DEN in SL blog is in competition to be the featured blog for the month of September at ISTE’s Blogger’s Hut.  You’ve got the month of August to get over there and vote (you may only vote once….although I guess

New Events Feature

You may have noticed already that there is a new page on the Texas DEN blog. If you click on the tab that says Texas DEN Events, you will find a listing of upcoming events sponsored by the Texas Leadership Council. Right now, there are two dates to mark on your calendar, so check it