Three very helpful web applications are described and demonstrated here by Adam Bellows, @edutecher. Teachers could benefit by using these applications to remove distractions when using YouTube videos.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Friday, April 23, 2010
I've found an online tool, a way to capture the essence of those I follow. I'm using paper.li. It's an online newspaper that's more than an rss feed. It has the look of a newspaper, and paper.li streams my Twitter contributions on the top fold.
Paper.li was created by Small Rivers to show how streaming data can be presented in an appealing way. At the moment their first "newspaper" style application is created from your Twitter feed, but the goal is to expand this web application for other streaming media.
If you haven't tried Paper.li, I would recommend it.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
This is a wonderful idea. Moo helps you get the word out, and you also invite people to YouTube who may not know about your work.
Yes, believe it or not, there are people out in the World of Matter who don't know about YouTube. Don't you think they need to know?
Friday, April 9, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
This new information could decrease the high number of deaths, up to 22%, from hip fractures and resulting surgery.
For teachers or others involved with professional development and meta-analysis types of research, this article explains, in detail, the research procedures which would be a great help for many.
Evidence Versus Beliefs About Predictors of
Knowledge of predictors of outcome can and should influence
The responses of American surgeons vs European surgeons regarding predictors of outcome after operative treatment of femoral neck fractures.
survey and current evidence