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Web Tools Used in 2007 Workshop

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 These web 2.0 tools were used on the class blog during the 2007 workshop. Links are provided to further information about each tool.

 

Google Page Creator

 

On the class blog Googel Page Creator was used to create a Rationale for Educational Blogging

 

Learning links:

 

About Google Page Creator

 

Google Page Creator in the Classroom

 

Tutorial

 

PBwiki

 

Learning links:

 

Getting Started on PBWiki using a YouTube video.

 

More PBWiki Video Tutorials

 

PBWiki Tour

 

Custom Road Sign

 

 

Go to the Custom Road Sign site.Directions are very simple and right on the page.

  1. Just type your four lines of text.
  2. Then click the "Make the sign!" button.
  3. Right-click on the sign itself and choose "Save image as".

 

 

Slideshare

 

Learning links:

 

slideshare Tutorial written by Janetta Garton, Technology Curriculum Director, Willard R-II Schools

 

It is very thorough and takes you through it step-by-step.  Thanks Janetta!

 

Generators (foday.com)

 

 

The talking squirrel generator is very easy to use.

 

  1. You delete the text currently in the text box.
  2. Enter the text you want to create an animation  to put on your blog.
  3. Click the "Generate button!"
  4. The site will provide the HTML code you need to display your animation on your blog.

 

Note - You can also create a newspaper, a clapper board, talking cats, Sudoku puzzles, ninja text, wizard text, talking flowers, talking tomatoes, or talking owls. There is also a link to The Generator Blog which keeps you up-to-date on generators.

 

BubbleShare

 

Tell Your Story with BubbleShare Photo-Sharing 

 

HTML help

 

This is not a Web 2.0 tool but a helpful link shared by Katherine. Those of you who wish to explore HTML more will find it most helpful!

 

 

 

 

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