Image by rmom352 via Flickr Even though most of us were not there at the DEN LC Symposium or the DEN Summer Institute, in Bentley University, we followed the discussions on various ways; Twitter, Edomodo, CoverItLive, Plurk and of course reading the blogs that were posted with tips, websites, videos and photos of the action.
Coming Soon! Media Share at the DiscoveryEducation will be found through the Educator Resources tab. MediaShare is a digital media management server; a place to organize internal documents, files, forms, a publishing platform, internal memos, and/or presentations. This would be nice for presentations and workshops so that all pieces are bundled together on one page
Here’s the video that NJ, NY, ME, and PA LCs put together on the first day of the DEN LC National Institute. A special thanks to Heather Sullivan for posting the video on the New Jersey blog. Having some “free” time on my hands, I decided to troll the state blogs and aggregate some resources
(Image from Nancy White‘s ZAAZ Social Media Event, July 2008) It is very hard to believe that a week has passed since the Discovery Educator Network Leadership Council National Institute at Discovery Headquarters in Silver Springs, MD. Like all Discovery events, this one was a blockbuster with so much learning, so much fun. What really
Here is the CoverItLive blogging from Steve’s keynote on Wednesday.
Just when you begin to feel comfortable with a technology, that you might know a thing or two, doesn’t that fickle finger of fate find you somehow. So it has been with my Opening Day post about our first project, Boom De Yada, and Jannita’s virtual message to us, officially opening the LC Institute 2008.
So Much Learning, So Much Fun: The Perfect Day. No other organization can pack so much learning and so much fun into one day. Leave it to DEN STARS and leaders to create the perfect day. It’s not only that we did some powerhouse learning, but it was HOW we learned. For many of us,
Geocaching is the experience where you become the search engine. Bridget used Glogster to create a geocaching image for her wiki. GPS requires you to have the latitude and longitude coordinates in order to search for something somewhere in your world. Garmin and Magellan are the most popular and you can download cache information/coordinates into