I am trying something different and NOT cross-posting to the TechLearning Blog this week. As you may know, I am one of the TechLearning “blogerati” and post each Friday on their website blog. In the past I have generally cross-posted both here and there, but tonight I wrote a new post about IE7 Beta for Windows there. True, I did blog about IE7 this week, but my thoughts for T&L were somewhat novel tonight– so you’ll have to venture over there if you want to check them out!
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On this day..
- MinecraftEDU student computer (client) configuration - 2014
- Google Chrome & Homebase" Computer Lab Setup - 2014
- Load Saved MinecraftEDU World on School Server - 2014
- Reflections on Graduation Rituals, Celebrations, College Debts and a Ph.D. - 2012
- Wow - 2010
- Summarizing copyright and fair use with a mashup of Disney movie clips - 2010
- Looking beyond coercion, tests and seat time - 2008
- links for 2008-05-19 - 2008
- Video in schools and underlying pedagogies - 2006
- Google Trends and Data Analysis - 2006