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Thursday, September 9

  1. page Social Bookmarking edited ... Gordon-Murnane, L. (2006). Social bookmarking, folksonomies, and Web 2.0 tools. Searcher, 14(6…
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    Gordon-Murnane, L. (2006). Social bookmarking, folksonomies, and Web 2.0 tools. Searcher, 14(6), 26-38.
    Hargadon, S. (2007). Best of social bookmarking. School Library Journal, 53(12), 20.
    This page writtenwas created by Sharon
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  2. page Social Bookmarking edited ... Gordon-Murnane, L. (2006). Social bookmarking, folksonomies, and Web 2.0 tools. Searcher, 14(6…
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    Gordon-Murnane, L. (2006). Social bookmarking, folksonomies, and Web 2.0 tools. Searcher, 14(6), 26-38.
    Hargadon, S. (2007). Best of social bookmarking. School Library Journal, 53(12), 20.
    This page written by Sharon L. M. Stone, May 2010, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Wednesday, May 12

  1. page LEGO WeDo edited ... Creative problem solving is embedded as students design, engineer, and program robots using LE…
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    Creative problem solving is embedded as students design, engineer, and program robots using LEGO’s new system, WeDo. Students learn to program using repeat loops and to incorporate sensors into their designs. With this system, students work similar to scientists in working labs, testing and adjusting their programming in real time. LEGO WeDo ties in strongly to state standards on force, motion, and energy including simple machines. This is the junior version of LEGO NXT, aimed at students ages 6 through 9.
    See our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd2I9W86olM
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    our report: {LEGO WeDo.doc}
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  3. page LEGO WeDo edited {croc_copy.gif} Creative problem solving is embedded as students design, engineer, and program r…
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    Creative problem solving is embedded as students design, engineer, and program robots using LEGO’s new system, WeDo. Students learn to program using repeat loops and to incorporate sensors into their designs. With this system, students work similar to scientists in working labs, testing and adjusting their programming in real time. LEGO WeDo ties in strongly to state standards on force, motion, and energy including simple machines. This is the junior version of LEGO NXT, aimed at students ages 6 through 9.
    See our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd2I9W86olM
    Read our report:

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Monday, May 10

  1. page Illuminate with Elluminate edited ... Chemistry professors at Northern Arizona University provide evening and weekend virtual office…
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    Chemistry professors at Northern Arizona University provide evening and weekend virtual office hours via Elluminate Live!®.
    (http://www.elluminate.com/downloads/whitepapers/Top-Ten-Ways-of-Using-Elluminate-Live.pdf)
    ·Faculty members at UCLA and Harvard can keep virtual office hours via Elluminate.
    7. Student/Parent Orientation
    Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania uses both real-time and recorded Elluminate Live!® sessions for student orientation.
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