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EdTechTalk#53 - LibraryFest with Joyce Valenza

EdTechTalk#53 - LibraryFest
July 9, 2006
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We had a very entertaining conversation with School Librarian Extraordinaire Joyce Valenza this week. We talked about the place of librarians and libraries in 2006, about all the great work that librarians are doing and about how libraries may evolve in the future. It's a great introduction to what's happening in the world of Libraries 2.0.

 

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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #9: Brown Bag Discussion with SLA

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #9 for July 7, 2006: A discussion with the faculty from Science Leadership Academy (Chris Lehmann, Principal) where Arvind worked with their faculty on the use of Moodle in the classroom.

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EdTechTalk#52 - EdTech News & Vacation Possibilities

EdTechTalk#52
July 2, 2006
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A roundup of weekly EdTech news and a discussion of possibilities for EdTech fun and learning during summer (or winter) vacation.
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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #8: Getting Things Done

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #8: Getting Things Done
for June 30, 2006


A conversation about the book Gettings Things Done.

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EdTechBrainstorm #35

EdTechBrainstorm#35
June 29, 2006

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A short excerpt from another 2 1/2 hour mega-session.  This segment deals with the possibilities of creating some kind of tech teacher coop for sharing the challenges of staying up to date with so may computing languages and programs.  Participants include Susan Ettenheim, Harold Jarche, Jeff Lebow, and Doug Symington. 

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