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- 2013: Unwanted public(ity) — I have encountered a privacy issue with Google hangouts that it seems Google has not considered. I am teaching a [...]
- 2010: SoundPaper — Offering comment or tutorials for iPad apps would be almost too easy. One could offer several such posts a week [...]
- 2007: Philip Rosedale on Second Life — Many of us are curious about Second Life. The online environment defies explanation because it fits no existing models – [...]
- 2005: Simple Blog Tutorial — tech.Learninghas posted a simple tutorial on the use of Blogger.com. Now that summer is here, if you want to give [...]
- 2003: Technology and Testing — A recent Education Week special report considered “Technology and Testing”. A variety of issues, applications, and concerns are addressed. I [...]
New Digital AGe by Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
- How to Create Multimedia Projects Using Mozilla's Popcorn Maker
- More Than Bandwidth: FCC Should Address Content Filtering in Schools
- Google Keep Now Works Offline In Chrome
- Skycam: A simple $99 remote webcam solution that uses Skype
- Flickr CC Attribution Helper Fixed (version 0.7)
- 9 Fine Reasons to Keep a Journal (and how to help kids do it too)
- How To Subscribe to New Blogs in Feedly
- So What is Plagiarism?
- Google Launches "Keep" For Note Taking on Android and in Drive
- Supreme Court sides with bookseller in major copyright ruling, says resale is ok
- RSS Subscription Extension Makes Adding New RSS Feeds to Your New Reader a Breeze
- Teens and Technology 2013
- Find Great Public Domain Images on Pixabay
- A Short Guide to Using Google Drive on Your iPad
- Wallwisher Is Now Padlet
- Faculty member at the University of North Dakota. Educational psychology and educational technology
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Monthly Archives January 2004
Several individuals on listservs I follow have recently been focused on what they perceive as efforts to end hands-on learning. Educational Psychologists may also have encountered a recent article in the American Psychologist by Richard Mayer – “Should there be a three-strikes rule against pure discovery learning?” (2004, 59, 14-19). First, I do not read [...]
I have been reading Todd Oppenheimer’s The Flickering Mind. I do make the effort to read the various books (e.g., Cuban, Healy) that argue against the use of technology in schools. I will likely have more to say on this particular book at a later point. Until then, additional material on this position can be [...]
The U.S. Department of Education terminated AskERIC on Dec. 19. Educators Reference Desk to continue some services of the abandoned AskERIC. It appears that some interactive services (Ask ERIC) will not be available, but the database of lesson plans and connections to online information have been salvaged.
This is the 20 year anniversary of the introduction of the Apple Macintosh. The development of the personal computer is probably the one “process” that I feel I have lived and perceived as “historical change.” Talk of the Nation (National Public Radio) recently made available a program Celebrating 20 Years of the Mac. CNN Online [...]
Windows users – be alert for a new e-mail virus. CNN.com reports the virus requires that the user open an attachment.
Andy Carvin is one of those people who has created name recognition through his(/her) online presence. First with Public Television (if I remember correctly) and now with the Benton Foundation. You can become familiar with EdWeb (the web site), WWWEDU] (a listserv – pronounced We Do) and now the “Waste of Bandwidth Blog.” A wide [...]