Tech Tuesday Informal Inservice Training
For those that missed the session,
or those that want a refresher...
August 31, 2010 -
Creating more than one archive, or setting one up incorrectly
(location, scheduling, naming) may be hazardous to your archived email.
Proceed with caution, and ask for help if you are not sure...
September 7, 2010 -
edit, upload, download, share, collaborate, create surveys (that are
tallied and reported for you!) anywhere you have an internet
connection. Best of all, it does everything M$ Office does
September 14, 2010 - Web Sites for Free
Set up your own class website using these free services.
September 21, 2010 - Free web site work session.
We found a jewel! Seonaid found a promising service: education.weebly.com Same as Weebly, but with tools for teachers, students and classrooms.
September 28, 2010 - Google Calendars
Create calendars to help keep track of your work, home, and other events. Share calendars with colleagues to coordinate projects. Import calendars made by others (so you never miss another UH Football game or National Bacon Day again!)
October 21, 2010 - Podcasting
What is it and how can I do it in my classroom? Using Keynote (Apple) or PowerPoint (Windows) and some free software (GarageBand for Apple and Audacity for Win), you can create podcast files quickly and easily. These files can be distributed for viewing on computers and media players (iPods, MP4 players).
***Hey, want to see what a podcast on this presentation would look like? Click this link
November 18, 2010 - Video in the Classroom
How can I use YouTube videos in my instruction when the website is blocked on campus? Extract videos from websites that can be used on your computer, even if you don't have an internet connection!
November 23, 2010 - eBooks
Learn how eBooks can be used in your classroom to bring reports to life! Record video and audio, place it within a document, and have it available to play on your (and your students') iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone.
Virus Warning: Windows Fix Disk virus has infected a computer on our campus. Best defense is regular maintenance, ie running MBAM once a week. If you or someone you know has been infected, see my tips on cleaning it here