webmail won't open...so I have to store it here.
online photography resources
open ed wiki- open content
code for media literacy education
web 2.0 is dead
scroll down, click "member tweets: show recent"
apparently you can click "member tweets: show recent" on all or any of these, but you can't keep doing it!
Most of these links come directly or indirectly from Carla, active in the ed-tech world, who, every time I get onto Twitter, is filling hers with useful resources and thus sharing them. There's also lowercase dave; his resources tend to be related to Carbondale, Greyhound Bus, streaming music, Phillies, you name it. What am I trying to say? I'm not sure. Finally put my twitter resources here, but it's nothin', I just started. I have no idea how I'd use such a resource as Twitter in the classroom, thus have only an inkling of why I'd save these resources. All I can say is, web 2.0 isn't dead, it's alive & well, otherwise why would people like the guy in #4 be so steamed? It's a kind of sea change, like it was when they invented the phone, in that we really have no idea where it will lead.