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Weekly Web Wonders

I’m not sure this counts as a true Weekly Web Wonders. My barrel is pretty low and I don’t have many gems to share. I do, however, want to share our workshop schedule for next semester. You can take a closer look at each by visiting our online PD Catalog.

You should see some fliers around right after the New Year, but here’s the preview…

  • The Media Specialties series is designed specifically for media specialists who want to add knowledge and skills to their technology toolbox.
    • Media Specialties: Connecting with Web 2.0 Tools
      January 17, 2008
    • Media Specialties: Internet Safety
      February 14, 2008
    • Media Specialties: Writing with Blogs & Wikis
      March 20, 2008
    • Media Specialties: Making RSS Work for You
      April 17, 2008
    • Media Specialties: Online Learning
      May 15, 2008
  • Creating “Online Learning Experiences”
    February 7, 2008
  • Podcasting…Talking to the World
    February 26, 2008
  • Pooped out on PowerPoint
    March 13, 2008
  • MiniJazz: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing
    Multiple sessions
  • ASK: Author and Expert Literature-Based Interviews
    January 22, 2008
  • Online Classes
    • Planning Interactive Curriculum Connections
      January 14 – February 8 OR April 14 – May 9
    • Internet in the Curriculum
      January 14 – February 22
    • Technology in the Early Elementary Classroom
      January 28 – March 20
    • The Blogs that Bind
      February 4 – February 29
      Kid to Kid Videoconference Connections
      February 11 – March 21
      Techno-Charged Project Based Learning
      February 18 – March 28
    • Creating WebQuests
      April 14 – May 23

SciVeeAlright, you made it to the bottom and here’s your reward: SciVee is a video sharing site, like YouTube, for sharing scientific or science-related videos. From their site: “Created for scientists, by scientists, SciVee moves science beyond the printed word and lecture theater taking advantage of the internet as a communication medium where scientists young and old have a place and a voice.” Lots of cool demonstrations and more!


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