School 2.0 Bookmarks (weekly)

  • WriteURL – a collaborative real-time online text editor
    “Text editor -WriteURL is a rich text editor. You can write in all languages. The text can be formatted with bold, italic, underline, fonts, text size, line spacing etc. Links and images can be included.
    No registration-WriteURL has no registration and is free to use. WriteURL is the simplest way of creating a new document.
    Simple sharing-Sharing is as simple as emailing a URL. Collaborators get the write URL, live readers get the read URL. You can always publish a snapshot of the document as a web page with a publish URL.
    Collaborative-Collaborators can work simultaneously. Changes to the document are visible to all writers and readers in real-time. “

  • South African Cyber Security Academic Alliance
    “CyberAware.org.za is the home of the South African Cyber Security Academic Alliance. The main objective of SACSAA is to campaign for the effective delivery of Cyber Security Awareness throughout South Africa to all groupings of the population.”

  • Reference Resource FREE – Android Apps on Google Play
    “Reference Resource puts all the academic power of the dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia in one easy-to-use app! Keep your references straight with Reference Resource FREE!”

  • The Learning, Education, Technology and Support (LETS) Blog: Mobile Devices in the Classroom
    A good overview of the things to take into consideration when using mobile devices in the classroom

  • Dolphins Try To Save Dying Dolphin | Jabberites
    Jabberites is a cool storytelling tool where you can embed videos, photos and text to tell your story

  • 200 Free Online Certificate Courses & MOOCs from Great Universities | Open Culture
    Some great courses starting today! 200 Free Online Certificate Courses & MOOCs from Great Universities http://t.co/9a2yAnSF

  • Top 20 LiveBinders you should not Miss ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
    “Digital bookmarking is a pivotal learning skill. It does not only allow you to organize your information into one single platform accessible from anywhere with an internet connection but can also help you in your professional growth. Web2.0 technologies have made it way easier for us to control and curate the content we come across online. I definitely believe that without the power of bookmarking we would never be able to manage the huge influx of information Internet provides.”

  • Ipads Apps in Education
    One of the hardest things with using the iPad in the classroom is finding the time to go through all of the apps in the iTunes Store listed under the education banner. We have started to list some of the apps we’ve found under each of the Key Learning Areas.

  • 4 Great Ed Tech Comic Tutorials
    “What about using comic tutorials to help with the integration of technology in your teaching, have you ever thought about it ?In today’s post I am sharing with you some REALLY great comic tutorials created by The Daring Librarian. I have spent a couple of hours going through her work and I am really impressed by what she has been designing. I love her creative ideas and how she has represented them in such a visually appealing way .There are over 60 comic tutorials in her Flicker page but I have chosen only the 4 most relevant ones.”

  • 5 Free Android Apps That Will Help You Study
    If you’re looking to improve your study habits, take advantage of your smartphone sitting on your desk, or just interested in learning more about the Android operating system, these are few of my favorite apps that I’ve tested out and found to be quite useful.

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School 2.0, Weekly bookmarks

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