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My Takeaways from ISTE 2010: Creativity, Remixing, Crap Detection, and Global Connections

I See What You Mean by Lawrence Argent I returned home from ISTE 2010 this past Wednesday and spent most of Thursday and Friday catching up on things that needed my attention (like putting in some extra time at the dog park to make up…

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Ten Tools and Resources from ISTE 2010 and beyond

While sitting in sessions and skimming the Twitter stream during ISTE 2010, the following ten tools and resources caught my attention: 1. Google + Bing = Bingle search 2. Sweet Search 4 Me, a new search tool for K-8. 3. Mashpedia, a real-time multimedia/social encyclopedia/search…

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Testing Tweetboard at ISTE 2010

I’m giving Tweetboard a go today as a way of doing some real-time reporting from the ISTE 2010 conference via Twitter. It shows up as a little pop-out tab on the left side of the screen and reports any new tweets on my Twitter page….

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Good Things Come in 3?s

While taking a breather between trips this week, I thought I’d share a few items: First up, I got a chance to peruse my copy of the Paint the World With Light book this weekend and enjoyed every page of it. You may recall, I…

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Web Sightings for June 2010

June is going to be a busy month for me so I decided to post my monthly Web sightings a day early. Let’s start with this 10-minute video featuring Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA that illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us…

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Web Sightings for May 2010

Let’s start this month’s collection of websites with The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum‘s new online database that contains images of the artist’s work, photographs, and correspondence from the museum’s collection and research center archive. In addition to browsing or searching the database, you can also save…

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Web Sightings for August 2009

Is it August already? That means that a new school year starts soon and that its time for another installment of Web Sightings. Enjoy. First up, the Times of London in conjunction with Saatchi recently conducted a poll in which they asked “Who do you…

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Web Sightings for July 2009

July is already almost halfway gone.  Where is the summer going?  For me, it’s being partly spent finding useful and interesting sites like these: Online University Reviews just posted a list of 100 Best Scholarly Art Blogs, Sites, Tools, and Resources, which includes something for…

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Live Reporting from the 2009 NECC Conference

POST MORTEM: Live blogging event did not happen this morning due to network overload in convention center. I couldn’t connect to the Net. Big disapointment for me! May try again later if I can get everything working. An EdTech Parable: When technology works, you’re a…

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Web Sightings for April 2009

Sites that caught my eye over the past month: The Inventing Marcel Duchamp Web exhibition (w/lesson plans) from the National Portrait Gallery in DC. You can now watch the first four seasons (16 episodes) of Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century on Hulu. I found…

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