Daily Archives: November 3, 2008

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Virtual Conference Archives Posted!

Virtual Conference Archives Posted!

Thanks to Steve Dembo for taking the time to archive the streaming presentations from the Discovery Educator Network Virtual Conference. The archives are now posted online. According to Steve, they are very large files. BTW, due to the fact that they are all archived in hi-rez with audio, video and chat, they’re big files. About

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Saying Thank You

So many people could qualify for a special thank you note from me, because so many people have impacted my life both within and outside the blogosphere. Years ago, Lance Rougeux (we go back to first year Keystone Technology Integrators, which he pioneered) started me on a path of discovery to a full-paid week-long T

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The Vanishing Frog

                     Thursday evening, I was privileged to attend a screening for Jeff Corwin’s The Vanishing Frog, a new Animal Planet Documentary in Charlotte, NC at the Discovery Place.  Jeff began his presentation by stating “It was hard to get people to see that frogs are sexy things,” and I very much agreed.  He

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heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 11/03/2008

Gcast. Make your voice heard. Podcast right from your cell phone!!!! tags: edtech What’s a podcast? Your own audio broadcast, where you can easily record voice messages, mix in your favorite music, and share it all for the world to hear. Create your podcast for FREE! So easy your grandma could do it — it’s

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Share the Skies

Welcome to Share the Skies, the nation’s first statewide initiative that enables students and teachers to study astronomy in real time during the daytime without leaving the classroom. This innovative project was developed by the Virginia Department of Education, New Mexico Skies, Software Bisque, and Virginia Tech’s Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom.

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