Here is an awesome new wiki WebTools4u2use about Web 2.0 tools produced by my good friend Donna Baumbach. Also, in preparing for my own upcoming workshops Web 2.0 All You Can Eat Buffet, I’ve had a lot of fun playing
If you have a problem with a Quizzler quiz that won’t beam or read properly, check the length of the file (quiz) name. Like many programs, Quizzler doesn’t like very long file names.
I am very happy with how easy it is to get ebooks to the Kindle and with the compatibility of Mobipocket (unencrypted) ebooks. The K12 Handhelds ebook library works with no changes at all (and they look beautiful — much
(This seems like a long post, but it is about one of the most important experiences I’ve had in a classroom in a long while.) As a part of a project in which students are writing poems to be included
I’ve been wondering what name the industry is going to settle on for the new low-cost sub-laptop devices like the OLPC, the eeePC, the Classmate, and others. (These devices are generally smaller than a laptop, but bigger than a handheld.
I’ve been looking at different wiki software lately, looking for ones that are free, hosted, and allows for simultaneous editing. (I love MediaWiki for my own use, but we host it here. I like WikiSpaces as a remote-hosted site, but
A lot of schools seem to be migrating to Microsoft’s SharePoint software for web authoring. While I don’t have firsthand experience with SharePoint, from what I hear, it is not easy to learn and, obviously, you have to pay for