Everything you ever wanted to know about Twitter in education

September 28th, 2009 by Administrator

Thanks once again to Jane Hart whose invaluable E-Learning Pick of the day is among the very best places to learn about what’s new in e-learning and technology in learning… In today’s update Jane gives us Fifty Terrific Twitter Tutorials for Teachers – this list includes tutorials about Twitter, examples of how teachers are using […]

What is Wiki Educator?

August 14th, 2009 by Administrator

I have just spent an exciting hour exploring WikiEducator – an online global community of educators working collaboratively to develop and share free educational content. It includes an Adult Basic Education Section where you will find free learning resources developed in British Columbia under the auspices of the BC Council on Admissions and Transfer – […]

Teaching and Learning Online

July 15th, 2009 by Administrator

“Online learning is growing because of increased demand, high accessibility, lower participant costs, high flexibility and other factors. Technology is continuously evolving and is providing new and effective methods for online learning and collaboration.” This is a quote from the  Trends  in Online Learning section of the Getting Online web site the latest product of […]

Two great technology blogs for educators

June 19th, 2009 by Administrator

Thanks (again!) to super-blogger Tracey Mollins over at Literacies Cafe– I have discovered these two incredibly useful blog.  Free Technology for Teachers describes itself as A review of free technology resources and how teachers can use them. Ideas for technology integration – it is  a very good  place to go to learn about free technology […]

Twitter… what is it anyway ?

May 5th, 2009 by Administrator

Like a lot of people ( around 6 million and counting),  I have a Twitter account – I started it out of curiosity, but then I wasn’t really sure what to do with it…until  I found a great short video – Twitter in Plain English created by  the brilliant folks at commoncraft –   here’s  […]

Tech-Ease

January 5th, 2009 by Administrator

Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo – a teacher in California and an inveterate blogger – his blog is a treasure trove  – I found Tech-Ease a wondrous site  where with the click of a mouse you can get practical answers to all your questions about technology…. Wondering how to empty your  browser’s cache or how to […]

The Digital Divide, Computer Use, Basic Skills and Employment

December 19th, 2008 by Administrator

The  National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and numeracy, in the UK has  recently released a Resarch Summary – The  Digital Divide, Computer Use, Basic Skills and Employment – outlining the findings of a  4 year long comparative study  of  digital skills, basic skills and employment  which was conducted in London, England and Protland, […]

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