- In Google maps, you can embed video (how???) and audio (with widget). A teacher created a map in the Google Earth view around which students had to tell a story. Cool.
- How do you invite parents/students to pbwiki? Kids don't need an email address (sign up as a class); do a group invite for parents (from email distribution list).
- Slide show: Can make in slides.com and flickr.com.
- Google clock for different time zones is a great idea for a blog/website if partnering with a school in another time zone.
- Jing for taking a video of a computer screen.
- Bubble.us for mindmapping.
- Nick's portfolio for math tools: gapminder, graphjam?, iGoogle gadget motion chart, TED.com for speakers.
- Pamela for recording a Skype video conference (but only one side of the conversation).
- Sustainable Building and Design discussion group on Delicious.
- OneTrueMedia.com for photo/text/music only digital story.
- Furl for putting notes up on a wiki.
- Google notebook for storing info that you searched.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Tech Stuff I'm Learning from You
It's the last day of our Technology in Education class at University of Washington - Bothell. We're all sharing our technology portfolios. This is what I've learned from you: