Monthly Archives: September 2011
Again, it’s been a while since we’ve had an open mic on questions about using your mac and IT. What questions do you have? We may not have all the answers, but we’ll do our best to find out.
For our second professional development session in the high school science department, we decided to do a multimedia extravaganza, giving faculty the opportunity to learn all sorts of cool multimedia tools and ideas for incorporating more multimedia in their classroom. … Continue reading
So Automatic Syncing of files does NOT happen anymore. I know, gasp! This means that YOU need to back up your files on a regular basis. I suggest once a week. Set a reminder on your outlook calendar to do … Continue reading
http://www.coppa.org/# Good to read and know! Be careful about what we post online!
So when my students post a comment on my blog (wmslearns.net/peytendobbs) which is a public blog, their full names are showing up on their comments. I don’t love this because then I have to change the post, and it’s more … Continue reading
Recently, two very interesting (and somewhat lengthly) articles about technology, learning and distraction. Because these articles are long, this might be an great opportunity to test out instapaper, a fantastic free service for saving and reading long pieces of text. … Continue reading