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I remember listening to my colleagues talking about the variety of scripts they used when using Google Docs. My only comment was that I wondered how that would all change with Google Classroom. They asked if it was something I had seen. Well, at that point I had not, but I thought it would likely [...]
Finished with the Interactive Fiction unit. I must admit I had a lot of fun with this one.
Using the interactive fiction software Quest, trying out EverWeb, testing using gDrive to host a web site (something kids will use next year) creating screencasts and editing them in iMovie I learnt a lot!
The last [...]Continue Reading →
I remember when you used to have to order your movies from the central distributor. Get the wheels of film and put them on a projector. Then you could show the kids a video! I could never get my act together for that. Well for big units I was able to at the least get the Volcano
video. There [...]Continue Reading →
We were taught how to back up our courses yesterday. Having worked with Moodle for a few years it is something I do regularly. As we are moving to a new Moodle version I also took the time to update my old local installation. So I downloaded and installed a MAMP 2.7 version. [...]Continue Reading →
Just a couple of hours to go. Watch, Retina something, TV, Imac who knows? New headphones and streaming possibilities. Pretty sure that’s a fact.
But probably more like normal. Talking about OS both OS X and IOS (would love real airdrop). Over the years this is typically the time to talk about software not hardware. [...]Continue Reading →
Received an email about changes to Bookpress that made me wonder what happened to Anthologize.
If you have never used Anthologize it is a WordPress plugin that allows you to create electronic books in several formats from WordPress blog content. One nice thing about is that you can also create the content via RSS feeds. So if you [...]Continue Reading →