Monthly Archives: August 2008

Creating Online Surveys and Polls with PollDaddy


Online surveys and polls are often used by teachers, school administrators, and researchers to conduct schools surveys, school elections, educational research, and polls for students, parents and teachers.  Also, they are frequently used by teachers, technology coordinators, or Webmasters to … Continue reading

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Free Online Photo Sharing Services


Snapping photos with a digital camera is easy. Sharing your pictures to colleagues, students, friends and family can also be fast and easy. Today’s photo sharing services make organizing, storing, and sharing digital photos convenient, easy, safe and most importantly-fun. … Continue reading

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The Art of Learning Better: 101 Tips to Find and Fit Your Learning Style


Kelly Sonora informed me few weeks ago about an article The Art of Learning Better: 101 Tips to Find and Fit Your Learning Style they posted to TeachingTips.com. However, I haven’t have time to read this article until this week. … Continue reading

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Jing Project


The Jing Project is a simplified or lite version of screen capture and screencasting tool from TechSmith, makers of Camtasia Studio and SnagIt. Both Camtasia Studio and SnagIT are my favorite tools for creating screen-captured instructional materials and I wrote … Continue reading

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