This podcast is a recording of a presentation on sources of FREE DIGITAL CURRICULUM for K-12 educators, shared in Edmond, Oklahoma on September 27, 2006. Some of the free digital curriculum examples I discuss and share include WikiPedia, the NationalÂ LibraryÂ ofÂ VirtualÂ Manipulatives, Google Earth, Google Earth Hacks, Roy: Tale of a Singing Zebra, Google News, Global Voices Online, and American Memory from the US Library of Congress. Check out links in the podcast shownotes to these websites and others included on my wiki page for Digital Curriculum Sources.
Program Length: 1 hour, 06 min, 47 sec
File size: 16.1 MB
Show notes for this podcast include:
- The K-12 Online Conference
- My Sources of Digital Curriculum wiki page (includes links to websites / resources discussed in this podcast)
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