Daily Archives: October 1, 2008

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Gentle Reminder – October 1st

Been hearing a lot about Second Life at the DEN Regional Conferences?  Heard about it from a friend?  FINALLY created an account and gotten yourself in-world? WORKSHOP: Newbie 101 PRESENTER:  JessieMarie Flanagan Do you have questions? Need help getting around in SL? Need some new hair or clothes? Come and join us as JessieMarie leads

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Speechable: Add speech bubbles to your images

I think the title says it all.  Sometimes, the best Web 2.0 sites are the simplest!  Speechable let’s you upload your images and add bubbles to them.  That’s it.  Wham bam, done. When you’ve finished one, you can either use their embed code to put it in your blog/website or just download it yourself.  I

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Deadline for ICE is today…

Hey… Did you submit for ICE today? ICE Conference Details Submit a Proposal to Present at the ICE Conference 2009! Note: The deadline for submitting proposals for workshops has passed. Please consider submitting a proposal for a Breakout Session or a Poster Session. Breakout Session Proposal Form – Proposal Deadline: October 1, 2008 Poster Session

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Web 2.0 Wednesday – Where Can I….

  Find More Web 2.0 Resources? I thought for this week’s posting I would provide you with several places where you can find some great Web 2.0 resources. They change every day and it’s always helpful to have sites to refer to. If you find a particular tool helpful, would like to share a success

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Streamathon Tote Bag winners!

Just in case I haven’t thanked the 2400+ attendees of the Streamathon enough, once again I’d like to extend my appreciation for your attendance.  Additionally, we received over 150 comments on the blog about the Streamathon.  We drew random numbers and the following ten people won themselves an official DEN gym bag! Sheila Taylor John

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SETDA Releases STEM Report

SETDA released the second paper of the Vision 2020 Action Plan for Education Series “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematic (STEM)” report addressing the need to provide all children with an education that includes a solid foundation of rigorous science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) instruction.  Check it out!

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