Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

HOW-TO: Put PowerPoint on your iPod Photo - Engadget - www.engadget.com

Want to put your Powerpoint files on your iPod Photo? Here's how.

HOW-TO: Put PowerPoint on your iPod Photo - Engadget - www.engadget.com

Toast 7 includes DivX, iLife browsing, much more

Macworld: News: Toast 7 includes DivX, iLife browsing, much more: "With Toast 7 Titanium, Roxio has added an iLife Browser that makes it possible to browse and drag and drop content from your iLife applications directly into toast. iTunes music and playlists appear, for example, as do iPhoto photos and albums. iMovie projects show up in that list, as do iDVD lists and Video_TS folders from DVDs you've ripped to your hard disk. What's more, Toast 7 Titanium integrates with Elgato's EyeTV PVR software, so you can drag and drop television shows you've recorded to your hard disk."

PAGEot - for adding Quicktime to your web pages

Want to add Quicktime to your web pages? Check this out.

PAGEot

Poderator: Easy Free Podcast Publishing

Another site that allows you to post your podcast.

Poderator: Easy Free Podcast Publishing

The Podcast RSS Buddy

If you need to create a RSS feed that is compliant with iTunes, this product may be worth looking into. There are other products out there so who knows how this one compares. (e.g.,Feeder for Mac OS X).

The Podcast RSS Buddy

Presidential Awards for Mathematics and Science Teaching

This page deals with iPod awards. Maybe something to look at in the future.
Presidential Awards for Mathematics and Science Teaching

Ed-Tech Insider: Utilizing RSS enclosures

This is an idea worth learning more about - using RSS to distribute files to your students, not just MP3 files.

Ed-Tech Insider: Utilizing RSS enclosures

iPod in the Classroom - Lesson Plans

Want to get started with iPods in the Classroom? This is a great place to start.

Apple - Education - iPod in the Classroom - Lesson Plans

The Savvy Technologist

This site is worth browsing periodically to get ideas.
The Savvy Technologist

Monday, August 22, 2005

Be Camera-Ready When You Shop

If you would like some advice regarding purchasing digital cameras, check out this article.

Be Camera-Ready When You Shop

Saturday, August 20, 2005

An RSS Hack for Sites That Don't Offer Feeds

If you need a RSS feed from a site that doesn't generate an RSS feed, go to this site to find out how to get an RSS feed from that site.
Micro Persuasion: An RSS Hack for Sites That Don't Offer Feeds

Google.com News RSS ATOM XML Generator

If you want to create a RSS feed for news on a particular topic, go to this site and then enter the term(s) you want.

Google.com News RSS ATOM XML Generator

Classroom uses for iPod and iTunes - by David Baugh

This page has some very nice diagrams and some descriptions of how iPods and iTunes can be used in education.

iPod in Education: News

iPod in Education: News

This site from the UK seems to be a good site to get information on how to use the iPod in Education.
iPod in Education: News

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Podcasting, it's easier than you think.

Here are some easy tips using free stuff to create a podcast. Instead of his recommendation to post the MP3 file at Libsyn, use ourmedia.org.

Podcasting, it's easier than you think.

Blogsavvy: Professional Blog Consultant - Consulting for blogging in business, education, the community, activism and for money

Check this out, as well as the post below, regarding how you SHOULD use blogs in education.

Blogsavvy: Professional Blog Consultant - Consulting for blogging in business, education, the community, activism and for money

How you SHOULD use Blogs in Education

Check this out, as well as the post above, regarding how to NOT use blogs in education.

Blogsavvy: Professional Blog Consultant - Consulting for blogging in business, education, the community, activism and for money

edublogs - free education blogs for teachers, researchers, writers and educators the world over

If you want a free blog that uses that uses the format of WordPress, check this out.

edublogs - free education blogs for teachers, researchers, writers and educators the world over

For documentation on how to use WordPress, go to the WordPress Codex: The Online Manual

Technorati: About Us

If you are interested in what others are saying in their weblogs, check out Technorati.

Technorati: About Us

BLOGGER TEMPLATE :: Remove the NavBar

If you want to remove the Navigation bar found at the top of your blogger page, go to this site. This simple change in a template would be very useful if you are a school teacher and you don't want your kids to click on the Next Blog button found in the upper right-hand corner.

BLOGGER TEMPLATE :: Remove the NavBar

BLOGGER TEMPLATES :: A template for my blog

If you would like a theme (template) that is different from the themes available through blogger, check out this site. BE WARNED: If you have modified your blogger template by adding something different, YOU WILL LOSE IT so you may want to see if you can add those special features before you use one of these templates.

BLOGGER TEMPLATES :: A template for my blog

FreeMind - free mind mapping software

There are a few concept mapping (or mind-mapping) software tools available. I like Inspiration the best. But it is not free but quality comes at a price. If you want something that is free, you may want to consider CMapTools.


A free software package that uses the mind-mapping template is FreeMind. Click on the link below to get more information about it.


Main Page - FreeMind - free mind mapping software

Friday, August 12, 2005

Instructional Blogging On Campus: Identifying Best Practices

This article will proabably be worth reading for anyone interested in using blogs in higher education.

Campus Technology: Newsletters: "Instructional Blogging On Campus: Identifying Best Practices"