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The latest blog post by The Daring Librarian scores big points with direct tips about creating good presentations!! Check it out!
How to be a Presentation Ninja
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Check out her blog also: www.thedaringlibrarian.com 

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Apr/12

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Alaska’s Digital Pipeline

Want to know more about this great resource?? Made by the librarian of Seward Elementary, our very own Valerie Kingsland, here is a tutorial on accessing and utilizing the Digital Pipeline.

 

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Apr/12

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“The Learning Ecosystem”

I have recently discovered The Rapid E-Learning Blog. There is a lot of great tips, tricks, and good information there to explore. Something that caught my attention today was the concept of “The Learning Ecosystem.” When reading the article 3 Things to Consider when Building Your E-Learning Courses, the author, Tom Khulmann, began to talk about this concept of bringing our learning into our existence and what that looks like. He coined a great phrase. Check out his graphic that displays this concept. I recommend the article.

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It is so very difficult to keep up with all the tools out there! Often, we feel pressure to try them all, or worse, utilize them all. This is not the case. Continually learning about new resources and applying them when they are relevant to what we are doing is what is important. Possibly even more important is keeping an open mind to the new things that come our way and offering our students both choices and autonomy with these tools. There is a brief categorized list of tools available on the Tech Tools page.

Having said that, here is a great list of tools put out by Go Ed Online. Check it out and see if there is anything that inspires you!

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Apr/12

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Reccommendations on TED talks for the Classroom

As usual, Edudemic has great information. Check out this article on TED talks we can use in the classroom…

25 TED Talks Perfect for Classrooms by Jeff Dunn

 

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