… of useful tools (including a website of random lists). Everyone has there own list of useful web 2.0 tips/sources for teachers; this presentation is Simon Ward’s list. The injection of humor and random technology facts made the presentation unique. The last slide conveniently provides the URLs for all the sites mentioned – perfect for just in time reference material. The inclusion of many tools I already use make me excited to try the others (since I know Ward has good taste in technology).
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