Archive | March 2011
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Jayme shared some insight related to the Khan Academy. I watched the TED talk given about the academy, and found the concept pretty amazing… Flipping the curriculum refers to moving the homework time into the classroom, and the lecture time to home. So now the instructor gets to interact with the students rather than lecturing […]
1Password Pro – synch w/ Windows App MacWorld Article on 1Password Agile Store Setup Windows Password sync Setup iPad Password Sync iPad app Dropbox – used to sync passwords & files across computers WordPress – blogging Instapaper – save articles to read later OffMaps – offline maps (faster) iTelePort – remote PC control Ignition – […]
I’ve seen a number of companies using Get Satisfaction recently… a cloud solution for help desks. Could be useful for serving distance ed students… Example: Screenr Support Some other cloud based help desks: Zendesk.com Customers: UCLA Psyc Dept. Lonely Planet, City of Hampton, Denver Broncos, etc. Samples: Scribd Support, SlideRocket Support Assistly.com
And the time-line tools Jayme found: Preceden, Dipity , TimeRime
I mean Mind Concept…. or, uh Concept Maps… I love Jayme’s enthusiasm for new Cloud tools. Spicy Nodes is the latest concept mapping tool she found.
Go to Empressr slideshow about Walrus
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