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I teach, therefore you learn?


I teach, therefore you learn… or do you? from José Picardo on Vimeo.

Choosing a Default Printer

Welcome to Google Calendar

Scheduling got you down? Or maybe you’re just overbooked? Here’s a quick overview of what you’ll need to know to get started with Google Calendar.

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Flickr in Plain English

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Embedding a powerpoint presentation into your blog

Say-n-Post

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Say and Post
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There is a new website that makes it easy to record and share audio files.

Teachers and students can record themselves, upload the file and post/send a link to their recording. I believe this site and the use of digital audio in general has lots of potential for the foreign language dept.

I’d be happy to meet with the dept to discuss this and other tech ideas at one of your dept meetings in the near future!

Dan

Welcome to Web 2.0

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Web 2.0
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A ‘Del.icio.us’ Way of Bookmarking

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