Monthly Archives: February 2009

WordCampEd: Vancouver

In less than 4 hours WordCampEd Vancouver will be kicking off. The event was spear-headed by the great D’Arcy Norman, and a whole bunch of my favorite people will be attending. here is another event I’m quite sorry not be a part of, but I’m sure much of it will be captured given the […] Continue reading

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Publishing: This Time it’s Personal!

Image photoshopped by Serena Epstein.
The NMC’s 2009 Horizon Report lists “The Personal Web” as one of the developing trends for educational institutions over the next 2 to 3 years. They define it as follows:
Part of a trend that began with simple innovations like personalized start pages, RSS aggregation, and customizable widgets, the personal web is […] Continue reading

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EdTechRoundup: Student Blogging and WPMu

This past Sunday I had the good fortune to be invited as part of a podcast to discuss using WPMu in educational institutions with a great group of educators primarily based in the UK.  It was a fun discussion, and I really liked hearing about the particular uses and challenges of blogging in the K-12 […] Continue reading

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