Good Learning Anywhere's Glogging Adventures

August 31st, 2011 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna

I stumbled onto Glogster while perusing one of my favorite resource websites, Go2Web20. I had casually dabbled in WebQuests and “choose your own adventure” type activities, but I was immediately drawn to the visual and creative nature of Glogster. Glogster is an interactive, media- rich “poster” that invites users to integrate images, video, audio and many Web 2.0 programs that can be found on the Internet. These posters are used worldwide by teachers and students to create personal posters, lesson plans, and professional development glogs for anyone to explore. 

Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council: The King’s Blog — An Introduction to Blogging and WordPress

March 7th, 2011 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna

The most fascinating and satisfying journey that we take with learners is the one that starts with our course: Introduction to Blogging.

Learners sign up for many reasons: curiosity, personal growth or for their small business ventures. They leave with an understanding of the gift that the Internet has given us all: the gift of a voice.

So, what is a blog?

Facebook – social networking made simple

February 7th, 2011 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna

Facebook is a membership-based social networking website where users can create free personal or organizational profiles, set up pages and groups, add friends, become fans, and share messages, blog posts, photos and videos.

Originally created as Facemash by Mark Zuckerberg, Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz, it is now the number one social networking tool in the world, with over 622,697,060 users.

Two great new resources about adult literacy…

June 23rd, 2010 by Maria Moriarty

I am always amazed by the versatility of literacy workers – although they are often over-stretched and under-resourced they still mange to find ways to produce great materials – Here are two more – from Community Literacy Ontario – Six Online Literacy Presentations – these excellent audio-visual presentations are clear, concise and informative and will […]

The “How to” wiki

April 15th, 2010 by Maria Moriarty

Here’s a great feature in Wired – the must read magazine for all things related to technology and how technology is changing our world –  check out the  the “How-to” wiki –  full of great ideas tips and tricks  about  computers , the internet, work and the latest tech gadgets – you can contribute to […]

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