Web 2.0 Visualisation

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Further to my previous post on a Web 2.0 collage, I came across this, The Conversation Prism: The art of listening, learning and sharing. Sorting and categorising different web tools, this visual goes... Read More

Web 2.0 Collage

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I needed something like this for a presentation and couldn’t find what I needed online so ended up making one. This one I found and have used previously doesn’t quite have the right mix of... Read More

Playing with TiltViewer

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Thanks to Frank who blogged about this funky little tool for creating photo galleries on your own website. TiltViewer is a free, customizable 3D Flash image viewing application. A simple upload to you... Read More

Google Video for Education

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Since switching over our domain to Google Apps Education Edition in March of this year, the transition has been very smooth. Gmail and Chat provide seamless day to day communication and while the only... Read More

ePortfolios: Term 1

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With the first term of teaching all wrapped up it is time to reflect on how the eportfolios have performed to date. After making the decision to move from our self-hosted install of WordPress MU to Ed... Read More

Why Google Apps?

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So the question posed has been why? Why did we need to change our system over to Google? This goes well beyond email (Gmail), which is the only App we have currently implemented across the school, and... Read More

More Gmailed

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We are about four weeks into our school wide move to Google apps and the move is still seemingly smooth. One minor complaint has been the lack of an alert sound when new mail arrives, as one would get... Read More

GMailed

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The past couple of weeks has brought about some major changes to way we are administering our email and calendering systems within our school. We have taken the step to switch our email over from bein... Read More