Halfway through our virtual day, we now go global with Christina Asquith, Author of Sisters in War: A Story of Love, Family and Survival in the New Iraq and her presentation, Cell Phones, Internet and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women’s Lives. I thought you might find these Al Jezeera interviews
While I was perusing on the Connecticut blog, I came across the following post from Gary Webster. This is a great tip that could help many of you…. Steve’s on the money. If you’ve ever tried to insert video into PowerPoint, you know the wrong format can make it impossible. Even AVI files don’t
To see this Glogster page bigger, click here. If you’re a new PA DEN STAR, get to know the three women who help make our PA DEN LC so AWESOME! Thanks, Meg, RJ, & Patti!
Image by girlwithpearls22 via Flickr If I had to count the ways and reasons I love Discovery, I wouldn’t have enough fingers and toes. Let’s just say they deliver on demand the best everything in educational technology. Then multiply it exponentially and you begin to get close to how phenomenally good the DEN and its
The DEN Spring Virtual Conference 2010 entered into the home stretch with a real bang! Carol Anne McGuire, STAR Discovery Educator and creator of Rock Our World inspired us all to find and keep our joy. Carol Anne has taught for over 20 years in public education, mainly with visually impaired students. Today, she is
Still in the virtual conference world, this time not blogging but listening, learning, and snapping webinar screen shots of Dean Shareski, Digital Learning Consultant, Prairie South School Division, Moose Jaw, SK, Canada. His presentation, When You’re Not the Smartest Person in the Room: How Network Learning Changes Everything, continues to connect the thoughts by making