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Friday, December 31, 2010

My friends and MY PLN HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011 .

 2011  is coming before 2010 ends, let me thanx all the good people like u my PLN , who made 2010 beautiful for me. I wish u all : Fantastic JANUARY  , Love able FEBRUARY , Marvelous MARCH
Foolish APRIL , Enjoyable MAY , Successful JUNE , Wonderful JULY , Indepedent AUGUST , Powerful september , Tastiest OCTOBER , Beautiful NOVEMBER , Happiest DECEMBER. Have a VICTORIOUS YEAR! I hope that I am the 1st person to wish u happy 12 months of 2010:)
I wish you all HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011 and all your wishes come true and in 2011 I hope  to have a good collaboration using PLN and discover toghether new edtools and application who can reform education worldwide using semantic web 3.0 and why not to meet personally :)  .
happy newyear fireworks image 2 pictures, backgrounds and images
Thank you MARIA TERESA CARRIERI , my friend from Italy for your video .

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

3 applications for new twitter who change social web : hoverme , qwerly and lazyscope

 Yestarday I find on the social web 3 new applications who can be used using #newtwitter .
Hoverme About

Hoverme is a browser plugin that will enhance your social web experience. The initial release works on the new Twitter web interface. With Hoverme installed you will be able to view the social web profile for each of your friends simply by mousing over their name in your Twitter stream. The profile provides links to the person's other profiles on sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Delicious and many more.
If you install this plugin you can find your friends on Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, Delicious and many more
Social Web Profile Hovercard for Twitter Users You Follow . Enhance your social web experience

Qwerly is a whois for Twitter. For every Twitter user that is looked up on our site, we generate a simple profile with links to that person's other profiles on sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, Last.fm, Delicious and many, many more. This way, you can discover where your friends and other interesting people hang out online. Here you can see qwerly at work .

Profile information powered by Qwerly

Lazyscope lets you:
  1. Have X-ray vision for Twitter!
    See through shared links in my Twitter stream without visiting.
  2. Follow any non-Twitter sites!
    Discover and follow streams from any website along with Twitter, in a single real-time stream. 
    Here you can see X-ray at work .



If you like this post you can read also Gr8 Twitter tools part 2

Thursday, December 23, 2010

I wish you a Christmas with peace my friends and my PLN . Thanks Santa for my #edtech20 website ; the Birth of Son of God , the reason for Christmas .

Still the begining I wish you my friends and my PLN Christmas with peace in your soul and a Happy New Year .
Thank you very much Santa Claus for my new website


For you beautiful Christmas carols from Timisoara Opera soloists . If you enjoy my post please let a commnet


I invite you to wath also at the international exhibition ,, Nativity reason for joy and celebration of all christians " .



3 years ago I launch the eTwinning project : ,, Every year students all over Europe celebrate the birth of Son of God or Christmas " Click on the photo to see the website http://studentsallovereuropecelebrategodsbirth.piczo.com/?g=1&cr=2


Description : We want to know how students from all over Europe celebrate God's Birth in their countries . In this project parteners schools can make with their studdents many activities wich is about the Bird of Son of God or Christmas , and our children will make different paintings , drawings , ornaments and cards for Christmas .Each partner can contribute according to what they are able to do: texts, photos, pictures, songs and music audio files paintings , drawings , ornaments and Christmas Cards cards . We will use in this project:e-mail, Forum, Other software ( presentations ( Powerpoint, slideshare , slide , picture trail , authorSTREAM...etc. ) video ( You-Tube , Twit Vid ,Vimeo ) , podcasting , other tools and aplications web2.0. and all will be posted on this blog . After our project will be approved all the parteners will be invited to publish work on the blog of the project  made by founder in this project – students from Scoala Speciala Caransebes .

Aims: This project aims to make the students as more activities dedicated to the birth of Son of God and to make many drawings and ornaments for Christmas .This project will be carried out in English and we will use Twinspace as well as create a blog -this blog (a new technical help to teachers and pupils ,this tool will be provided). Students will organize celebrations dedicated to the birth of God , they will sing carols in different places and studdents will make many paintings and drawings for the Christmas . We expected many countries and schools join us in this project , and at the end of the project each partner school involved in the project presented their activities (foto , video ,Powerpoint , picture , drawings ) on a website  of the project . http://studentsallovereuropecelebrategodsbirth.piczo.com/?g=1&cr=2 At the final this blog will be made public and everybody can see how Students from all over Europe celebrate The Birth of Son of God or Christmas. We want to organize a international exhibition at the art gallery Corneliu Baba from Caransebes with paintings and drawings made by students all over Europe for celebrate the birth of Son of God or Christmas .

All the parteners will work on this 10 tasks in our project :
Every partener will make a presentation or a video to present the school .
1.The Bith of Son of God – The reason for Christmas
2.About Nativity of Jesus in many languages
3.Christmas Spirit in my school
4.Christmas carols and songs
5.Paintings and drawings for Christmas
6 . Santa Claus and Christmas Tree
7.Ornaments for Christmas
8.Other activities made with our students for God's Birth or Christmas
9.Christmas Cards for Everyoane .



If you like my wishes your comments are welcome .

In the final I want to share with you digital story of Nativity using web 2.0 and social media .

And Nativity cards for you all


Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Using web 2.0 , Social Media to send Christmas greetings , cards , wishes and videos


Copyright allthingschristmas.com
Dear friends, members of my PLN because Christmas is near the door I will write here my favorite Christmas greetings , cards , wishes and videos using nowadays web 2.0 and social media. Click on the links and share with your friends and your PLN:)
1. Beard of Joy - Happy Hollydays from Yahoo
2. Google black christmas
3.All the preparations for this year are in place! Choose a language to receive updates from the North Pole and discover surprises in the Kid's Countdown Village. Norad Santa Cams are ultra-cool, high-tech, high-speed digital cameras pre-positioned at many locations around the world only on December 24th. The cameras capture images and videos of Santa and his reindeer as they make their journey around the world.
4. My post The digital story of Nativity
5. The Christmas Tree - animated Flash ecard by Jacquie Lawson
6. Best Christmas Friends - Christmas Tree Facebook application
7. 123greetings



8 . Read my next blog post : The birth of Son of Good, the reason for Christmas .

If you know other interactive greetings please write here like repply .

Saturday, December 18, 2010

#edtech20 . Nativity digital story . Christmas story told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon .

In 25 december   orthodox christians  celebrate Nativity . I will post more informations about Christmas next days but today I find a very interesting video Nativity digital story . Christmas story told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon . Do you like ?

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The end of slide show #edchat using gr8 #edtech20 alternatives Animoto, Flixtime , Masher , Stuplefix Studio ,Onetruemedia , Juxio , Moviemakeronline & JayCut

Nowadays most of the teachers still use  with students power point to make interactive presentation, but I will present here some alternatives for slide shows . I used with students  for making Christmas and #edtech20  presentations . 
Animoto  Productions is a bunch of techies and film/tv producers who decided to lock themselves in a room together and nerd out. Animoto, a web application that automatically generates professionally produced videos using their own patent-pending technology and high-end motion design. Each video is a fully customized orchestration of user-selected images and music. Produced on a widescreen format, Animoto videos have the visual energy of a music video and the emotional impact of a movie trailer.The heart of Animoto is its newly developed Cinematic Artificial Intelligence technology that thinks like an actual director and editor. It analyzes and combines user-selected images, video clips and music with the same sophisticated post-production skills and techniques that are used in television & film.
If you are a teacher  or educator, apply for a free Animoto for education  all-access pass for use in the classroom. Produce unlimited full length videos from photos. Animoto, the end of slideshow .



Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.


Masher  lets you easily create a video by mixing together video clips, music tracks, and photos all for FREE!
Follow 3 easy steps :

1.     Mix...Your videos and photos, with our huge library of video clips from BBC Motion Gallery, Rip Curl and more.

2.     Mash...Your videos and photos together using our simple studio, then add some words, music and special effects.

3.     Share...Your video Mash by posting it to sites such as Facebook, MySpace, or by emailing it. 








Stuplefix Studio  the next generation of video creation tools, now has a whole new editor and theme, Outline, for your videos. Outline will take your pics and videos for a classy ride, sliced and diced by lively stripes. It's dynamic, has a unique touch,we think it's beautiful.Give it a try .


Watch the edtech20 eSafety project channel on Stupeflix.tv.


Onetruemedia  Somebody's going to look like a creative genius in a few minutes (hint: it's you). It's just so simple to mix your video and photos with our fresh, stylish effects to create wow-worthy Video Montages.Follow 3 simple steps :

1.   Upload your photos and video clips

2.   Chose a stile , add effects , captions and music

3.   Share post to sites like Youtube and Facebook,

Flixtime - Make an amazing 60-second video – free
Flixtime turns your photos and videos into stunning and unique videos in just minutes! Sign-up for a free account, and upload your images, videos and music. Then, sit back and watch your masterpiece come together!
Follow 3 easy steps :
Step 1: Upload Photos, Videos, and Text
Step 2: Choose a tune
Step 3: FLIX IT! And share your video!





Juxio is a new visual way to communicate. Individuals and businesses use Juxio to combine images, text and more into mashable, visual streams called Juxes to share across social media and in print.
Juxes are created on both our Web and iPhone apps. In the future we will support additional mobile devices. By making Juxio available anywhere at any time, we hope you find more ways to create new meaning.

MovieMakerOnline.com let's you instantly create your own video online, absolutely free, right now! Just upload your photos (or other pictures) and favorite audio record and download your own video in FLV format, which you may upload to YouTube, facebook and other sites. Present your videos with favorite photos to friends of you!


JayCut  the worlds premier online video editor in your own language.
After months of hard work we are very proud to present the next generation of the JayCut video editor. We had one goal: to redefine what is a great online video editing tool.
 

The new release of the JayCut video editor will appeal to beginners as much as to professionals. The easy learning curve, intuitive design and high-end capabilities make it the perfect application for anyone looking to start editing without the intimidation of having to buy an expensive and difficult editing program.
With new improved design and a ton of added features you’re now able to create astonishing masterpieces in minutes.

Dear visitors teachers and researchers please add new interesting  tools  like comments .

Monday, December 13, 2010

What web 2.0 and social media browser 2.0 do you like more rockmelt or new flock ?

Some times ago I started to use flock and I like very much this web 2.0 and social media browser . In 2 december Flock launched latest release, the new Flock v3.5 browser. New Flock lets you enjoy the benefits of an even faster and better-performing Chromium 7. Flock now integrate with LinkedIn and offer new Flock for the Mac. With LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr all together in your Sidebar, its simple to follow and search friends and family and that much easier to organize your online content, both personally and professionally.


,, Flock continues to provide the most effortless way to get the most out of your social experience. Flock is the only browser that lets the user:

-See all of their social content in one place by simply glancing at the sleek Flock Sidebar, including tweets, Facebook and LinkedIn status updates, RSS feeds, and YouTube and Flickr content. Other browsers require that a user click down several layers for RSS content, Twitter and Facebook updates and do not support LinkedIn, YouTube and Flickr.
-Choose to see everyone in the Sidebar and get their updates fast. With other browsers there is no immediate time-based stream of all friends and content. And users cannot see who has the most recent status updates across services.
- Share content and updates across Facebook, LinkedIn and multiple Twitter accounts with two clicks. With other browsers you have to perform separate operations for each service you want to update.
-Group friends in multiple ways while still having their social media updates visible in the scrolling Sidebar. They can also combine or group their friends according to work, play, school, clubs, interests—any way they choose. Other browsers do not allow users to combine or group their friends across services, or view friends by service, all in the same convenient user interface.
- Utilize Social Search, so users can “See what your friends are saying.” When you enter a question or search query in the address bar, Flock shows you recent pages, favorite sites and feeds, and Google search results, as well as any matches from your friends’ status updates, tweets, and photo/video uploads across all of your social networks.


New Flock from Flockstar on Vimeo.

1 Mounth ago I discover another interesting web 2.0 and social media browser Rockmelt .

Rockmelt a new browser designed around you and how you use the Web. 
RockMelt does more than just navigate Web pages. It makes it easy for you to do the things you do every single day on the Web: share and keep up with your friends, stay up-to-date on news and information, and search. And of course, RockMelt is fast, secure, and stable because it’s built on Chromium, the open source project behind Google’s Chrome browser. It’s your browser – re-imagined and built for how you use the Web.  
If you can stand a few kinks and bugs, sign up for early access, and we’ll get you an invitation as soon as we can. We’d love to know what you think.
Your World Built into Your Browser
With RockMelt we’ve re-thought the user experience because a browser can and should be about more than simply navigating Web pages.  Today, the browser connects you to your world. Why not build your world right into your browser?
Your friends are important to you, so we built them in. Now you’re able to chat, share that piano-playing-cat video everyone’s going to love, or just see what your friends are up to, regardless of what site you’re on. Your favorite sites are important to you, so we built them in too. Now you can access them from anywhere, without leaving the page you’re on. And RockMelt will tell you when something new happens.
Share or tweet links often? Yeah, us too. No more wading through each site’s goofy share widget or copy-pasting URLs. We built sharing directly into the browser, right next to the URL bar. Like a site or story? Click “Share” and BAM – link shared. You can use it on any site to post to Facebook or tweet about it on Twitter. It’s  just one click away. That easy.  
Personalized and Backed by the Cloud
Wherever you go on the Internet, RockMelt makes the Web a personal experience. Because RockMelt is the first browser you log into, it unlocks  your Web experience with your Facebook friends, your feeds, your favorite services, even your bookmarks and preferences. RockMelt is also the first browser to be fully backed by the cloud. This means you can access your personal browsing experience from anywhere, and you get quick updates from the people and sites that are important to you.
Behind the scenes, RockMelt is always working on your behalf. Do you visit the same site 10 times a day, checking for new posts or updates? Well, RockMelt keeps track of all your favorite sites for you, alerting you when a new story comes out, a friend posts new pictures, or a new video is available. And when you open a RockMelt feed, the content is already waiting for you. You can Like, comment, reply, retweet, share - all the actions you’ve come to expect from each service you follow.
Faster Search
Last but not least, RockMelt makes search faster. And better. We got tired of clicking back and forth trying to find the right search result. So we made search as simple as leafing through a magazine. With RockMelt, you can use your keyboard to flip through Google search results and pick the one you want. Super fast. Super cool. 
Rock Solid Foundation
Any intro to RockMelt wouldn’t be complete without recognizing all the tremendous work that came before us—and which we’ve built upon. We’re based on Chromium, the open source project behind Google’s Chrome browser, which in turn is based on WebKit, the open source HTML layout engine used by Apple, as well as a host of other projects from Mozilla and others. These projects, which we contribute to, represent the best browser technology out there. RockMelt wouldn’t be possible without these projects, as well as the open APIs, help and support we’ve received from Facebook, Twitter, and others. We’re proud and deeply grateful to be able to build on the shoulders of these giants. Thanks friends! 
Get Your RockMelt On!
After two years of work, RockMelt is still a baby. It’s our baby and we’re proud of it, but we’re most excited about what it will grow into. We’ve just scratched the surface of what we want to do. If you’re on Mac or Windows and you don’t mind some kinks and bugs, we hope you’ll sign up for early access and let us know what you think! We are sending out invitations as fast as we can, while making sure our service scales up. We hope you like RockMelt as much as we do. You can follow our blog or our Twitter account or like us on Facebook for updates. Happy browsing!


 



Wednesday, December 1, 2010

My nomination for Edublog Awards 2010 #edublog . Many #edtech20 teachers and researchers . Share and rt . :)

My nomination for 2010 Edublog Awards
Now into the 7th year teachers worldwide are nominalized . For me is very hard to chose only 1 teacher or resercher per cathegory because in my google reader I have more than 1000 educational websites and blogs .
Here are my nominations :)

1. Best individual blog  http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/ - Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…For Teaching ELL, ESL & EFL .

2.Best individual tweeter  http://twitter.com/#!/web20education : Twitter account for the eSafety free project in the clouds for teachers worldwide ,, Teach, learn, play in 21st Century using free tools and applications web 2.0 and social media in an eSafety way in education 2.0 ” . This project was finalist in ELEARNING AWARDS 2010 in the cathegory ENISA award for teaching online safety and citizenship .

3.Best group blog : http://edudemic.com/ Edudemic connecting education&technology

4.Best new blog : http://luciandumateachweb20.eu/  - Teacher Lucian Duma share knowledge using in a safety mode  tools and application web 2.0 ,mLEARNING, ELEARNING AND SOCIAL MEDIA gateway through knowledge in EDUCATION 2.0 .
5.Best resource sharing blog : http://www.technogogy.org.uk/index.html - The aim of :/technogogy is to promote and expand the educational potential of new technologies through sound pedagogical exploitation. Here you can find materials and advice on the use of ICT, new technologies and social media in education.

6.Most influential blog post :  http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ Free Resources and Lesson Plans for Teaching with Technology written by Richard Byrne .

7.Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion : #edtech20 - Tweets related  new techologies ( edtools ) web 2.0 and social media used in XXI CENTURY  in teaching and learning .

8.Best teacher blog : http://www.teacher.be/
Lucas van de Paer is teacher in Multimedia and Graphic Arts and Design in Belgium .

9.Best librarian / library blog http://bloggit.es/ Bloggit is a great way to learn English, learn about information technology and, above all, HAVE FUN!!

10 . Best educational tech support blog http://ilearntechnology.com/ An edublog about integrating technology into the classroom written by Kelly Tenkely .

11. Best elearning / corporate education blog :  http://internettimealliance.com/wp/ Internet Time Alliance, a multidisciplinary think tank. The Alliance develops learning architectures that reduce time-to-performance, chop overhead, and increase innovation.

12 . Best educational use of audio : EdTechTalk Collaborative Open Webcasting Community

13 . Best educational use of video / visual http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com/ 
Teacher training videos by Russell Stannard

14 . Best educational wiki http://web20andsocialmediaineducation2010.wikispaces.com/ 
This viki is made and administrate by Lucian  for #edtech20 project

15 . Best educational podcast http://eltchat.com/ weekly podcast

16 . Best educational webinar series : #edchat Every tuesday teachers and educators from around the globe meet on Twitter  to discuss one topic using the edchat . #edchat is a collaboration of educators, parents, students, and other stakeholders finding solutions to the challenges facing every educational system worldwide say Shelly  Terrell  founder of #edchat .                               


17 . Best educational use of a social network: http://www.technologyintegrationineducation.com/ TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION IN EDUCATION managed by Greg Limperis .

18 . Best educational use of a virtual world http://www.virtual-round-table.com/
Free virtual round table conference .

19 . Best use of a PLN : http://eflclassroom.ning.com/ EFL Classroom 2.0 is an award winning, young, vibrant community of thousands of English language learners and teachers. We are pioneers in Web 2.0 resource sharing. The community is entirely free but requires a quick registration.

20 . Lifetime achievement : http://www.techlearning.com/ For 30 years, Tech & Learning has served the K-12 education community with practical resources and expert strategies for transforming education through integration of digital technologies.


Monday, November 15, 2010

If you missed #edtech20 presentation on #globaled10 read here or listen the recordings and add comments .

Although I organized some  international  : symposiums, contests or exhibitions  and also I was participated in many on-line conferences , symposiums or webinars the  GLOBAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE was for me the first on-line conference where I was a presenter . I present on-line  #edtech20 project - free eSafety project in the clouds for teachers around the world . Many teachers 2.0 asist on Elluminate at my presentations like CHAIRS  : Adina PopaLucy GrayGabriel Vleisides ,   Now this  project in the clouds  has a free opensource PLN PUBLIC LEARNING NETWORK where every teacher interested by eSafety use of web 2.0 and social media in nowadays education  can join free . http://teachlearnplayesafetyeducation.wall.fm/blogs/11


If you miss my presentation you can see al  recordings on ELLUMINATE  . I also make a short movie with my on-line #edtech20 presentation .

 
If you want to read or listen in romanian this post you can on my new blog :
http://luciandumaesteprofesorulsecolulxxi.blogspot.com/Global Education Conference 2010 #globaled10 offered free  gateway through knowledge for teachers worldwide . Here you can see all the recordings .
http://www.globaleducationconference.com/recordings.htmlThe online 2010 Global Education Conference kicks off on November 15th for 5 days.  Steve Hargadon the  co-chair of the conference,write that  the conference has garnered incredible support-- ,, we currently have over 90 partner organizations, 120 international educator advisors, 36 keynote speakers, and over 300 worldwide presentations--all around helping students and educators to connect globally."  Check out the amazing schedule in your own time zone.
Steve Hargadon said about presenters... "A note about encouragement.  The goal of the conference is to help you make connections with other educators and students in order to increase opportunities for globally-connected education activities and initiatives.  Because of this we've placed an emphasis on the conference being inclusive and providing broad opportunities for participating and presenting.  "
 

I was  presented  #edtech20 project in Global Education Conference #globaled10  November 18, 6pm – 7pm and all of you where  welcome to follow my presentation on Elluminate .If you like this project join eSafety OPENSOURCE PLN                     http://teachlearnplayesafetyeducation.wall.fm/blogs/11  to collaborate on facebook




Some information about this Global Education Conference .

The 2010 Global Education Conference will be held November 15 – 19, 2010, online and free. Sessions will be held in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days.
The conference is a collaborative and world-wide community effort to significantly increase opportunities for globally-connecting education activities and initiatives.
There is no formal registration required for the conference, as all the sessions will be open and public, broadcast live using the Elluminate platform, and available in recorded formats afterwards. Links to watch the sessions will be posted a few days before the conference begins, in the “Sessions” and “Schedule” pages, and recording links will be listed soon thereafter.”
The Twitter account is http://www.twitter.com/globaledcon.  The hash tag #globaled10.
Global Education Conference 2010
http://globaleducation.ning.com/group/edtech20

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

#edtech20 @web20education - free project in the clouds for teachers around the world was selected finalist in eLearning Awards 2010 . See and join project in the clouds

I was very excited when I saw that my #edtech20 project   was selected runner up in the category ENISA silver award for teaching online safety and citizenship  organized by European Schoolnet and Enisa http://blog.eun.org/eminent/2010/11/elearning_award_ceremony_pione_1.html#more . 



The description of the project : ,,  Teaching and learning in XXI century using in a e-Safety way tools and applications web 2.0 and social media in education 2.0,,  is a project launch by me because I was selected this year to work in a TIS – INSAFE Teaching Internet Safety project under European Schoolnet .
The module proposed by me is called ,, How teachers and students can use free web 2.0 and social media in education “ and all the resources will be posted on TeachToday website . All modules where presented in 22nd October 2010 at Safer Internet Forum in Luxembourg organised by the European Schoolnet and European Commission .
Web 2.0 and social media can bring a new dimension and can reform education around the Europe because electronic communication helps teachers and students to learn from each other. These new tehnologies can stimulate discussion, open gateway through knowledge, promote creativity and innovation for effective learning. Teacher and also students should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times. Pulling Piaget and Papert , the use of participatory media tools in education is typically geared towards, creating a more student centered, adaptive environnement where learners can contribute to the course material, formulate and express their own insights and opinion, construct their own understanding of material by connecting concepts, to personal experience or current events, and learn from one another in collaborative environments . Web 2.0 , social media and other digital and information tehnologies are powerful and interesting tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone and for this reason teachers and students must know how to use it nowadays in a safety mode .



Dear teachers , visitors and eLearning specialists you can join free this free opensource  PLN - PUBLIC LEARNING NETWORK  for this e-Safety project http://teachlearnplayesafetyeducation.wall.fm/blogs/1and also you can join many others groups - See it in the clouds :)
web20education

First  my #edtech20 project http://tinyurl.com/web20safetyeducationwithLucian  is selected in The TOP 50 entries submitted to the eLearning Awards 2010 .Teaching online safety and citizenship Award







If you like this project join to collaborate on facebook




I will present this project in Global Education Conference #globaled10  November 18, 6pm – 7pm 
and all of you are welcome to follow my presentation on Elluminate .

Monday, October 18, 2010

Final list Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 @c4lpt . I recommand new 10 tools #edtech20

Some mounths ago I contributed in Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2010  and I write my top 10 .
1. Twitter  http://twitter.com/#!/web20education ,  http://twitter.com/#!/dumacornellucia
2. Facebook  http://www.facebook.com/DUMACORNELLUCIAN
3. Blogger  http://draft.blogger.com/profile/00062476033207126525
4. YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/ProfesorLucianDuma , http://www.youtube.com/user/Lucianetwining
5. Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/DUMACORNELLUCIAN
6. Grou.ps http://grou.ps/web20andsocialmediaeducationstill20/
7. Wikispaces http://web20andsocialmediaineducation2010.wikispaces.com/
8.  Plurk http://www.plurk.com/DUMACORNELLUCIAN
9. Delicious http://www.delicious.com/dumacornellucian
10 . Google http://www.google.com/profiles/pr.lucian
I recommand also new  10 Tools for Learning :
Visual Cv - make free  your on-line cv  http://www.visualcv.com/fz14j0p
Online cards - http://myonepage.com/DUMACORNELLUCIAN
2 social mediahubs sites
Flavors.me   http://flavors.me/dumacornellucian
Gizapage http://dumacornellucian.gizapage.com/
PLE curation tool : SymbalooEDU
Dipity http://www.dipity.com/DUMACORNELLUCIAN/personal
Pligus https://www.pligus.com/room/edtech20
VUVOX http://www.vuvox.com/my_vox/show/02957d07f1
Cloudworks http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4246
Second Life I am LucianDuma Freidman http://secondlife.com/

Dear visitors , friends and teachers you are welcome to write like comments your favorite top 10 tools for learning here .

Saturday, October 16, 2010

3rd Virtual Round Table Conference #vrt10

The VIRTUAL ROUND TABLE conference is a live online conference dedicated to language learning with technology. It is aimed at educators and language teaching professionals in language schools, institutes or other language related organisations.
It is held entirely online using virtual classroom technology and provides a superb opportunity to profile one’s company as being truly ‘state-of-the-art’ in understanding and promoting Internet-based learning.
The VIRTUAL ROUND TABLE conference will present a number of web tools and best practise on how to use these tools in class for the benefit of our language learners.
Click this link to see the recordings





Read also Virtual round table conference 2010 #VRT10 - brilliant meeting

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Personal Learning Environments, Network and Knowledge 2010 #PLENK2010 and #edtech20

PLENK2010 will be offered as a connectivist course, therefore offering participants to acquire the experience of developing and working within a learning network while studying the body of relevant research.
In a connectivist course course materials and course content are defined by participants as the course progresses, rather than prior to the course by instructors. Though the course outline defines a set of selected topics, these function as signposts for an iterative process of search, practice and reflection, as described here: http://connect.downes.ca/how.htm
To facilitate this process, course facilitators will maintain the following levels of course support:
  • a course wiki, which may be edited by participants, describing the course outline
  • a daily newsletter, which will aggregate student blogs, Twitter posts, and discussion posts
  • each Sunday readings and resources will be posted to the wiki and (on Monday) to the Daily
  • a Moodle discussion forum, read and responded to by course facilitators
  • Wednesday Elluminate session, usually featuring a relevant guess speaker
  • Friday Elluminate session, as a weekly review with course facilitators
The course may not be limited to this level of support as course participants are encouraged to develop their own course supports and to share those supports with other participants. Examples of such supports in previous courses have included concept maps, Google groups, Second Life sessions, in-person meetings, course-meetups, and more. Facilitators will participate in these additional supports as possible given time and facilities constraints.
In the last five years, the twin concepts of the personal learning environment (PLE) and personal learning network (PLN) have been offered as alternatives to more traditional environments such as the learning management system (LMS) and institutionally-based courses.
During that time, a substantial body of research has been produced by thinkers, technologists and practitioners in the field. Dozens of studies, reviews, conference presentations, concept papers and diagrams are now available.
The purpose of this course will be to clarify and substantiate, from the context of this new research, the concepts of personal learning environments and networks. Course facilitators and participants will analyze the research literature and evaluate it against their own experience with the intent of developing a comprehensive understanding of personal learning environments and networks.
Personal Learning Environments, Networks, and Knowledge is a course sponsored and organized by the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute (TEKRI) at Athabasca University.
 PLENK2010 started in September 13, 2010 and will end in November 14, 2010
  1. Course Details
  2. Weekly Activities
  3. Learner Assignments and Evaluation
  4. Resources and General Information
  5. Research in Personal Learning Environments
  6. Week 1: A tour of PLEs and PLNS - diagrams, discussions, examples - September 12, 2010
  7. Week 2: Contrasting personal learning with institutional learning - September 19, 2010
  8. Week 3: Understanding the neXT/eXtended Web - September 26, 2010
  9. Week 4: PLE/PLN and learning theories - October 03, 2010
  10. Week 5: Evaluating Learning in PLE/Ns - October 10, 2010
  11. Week 6: Using PLEs successfully - skills, mindsets, and critical literacies - October 17, 2010
  12. Week 7: PLE/Ns Tools - What Exists, What is Being Built? - October 24, 2010
  13. Week 8: PLE/Ns and personal knowledge management- October 31, 2010
  14. Week 9: PLE/Ns in the classroom (PLE/Ns and blended learning) - November 7, 2010
  15. Week 10: Critical perspectives on PLE/PLN - November 14, 2010
  16. Live Sessions / Recordings
Facilitators:
George Siemens, TEKRI
Stephen Downes, NRC
Dave Cormier, UPEI
Rita Kop, NRC
Facilitator Bios

Monday, September 20, 2010

Good news . New twitter is on the way .

 Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages and it is also an online tool that lets you write brief text updates – tweets  ( in 140 characters ) . Twitter is the best microblogging tool for sharing using social media in nowadays education . In only 140 characters twitter revolutionize the concept of global sharing  and worldwide collaboration . Twitter  has  thousounds of tools and applications who make from twitter numer 1 web 2.0 tool for sharing around the world . Read more on our  blog . Read more here
News from  the Twitter blog about a Better and  New Twitter .
 


Twitter has always been about getting a lot in a little. The constraint of 140 characters drives conciseness and lets you quickly discover and share what's happening. Yet, we've learned something since starting Twitter—life doesn't always fit into 140 characters or less.

Here are some highlights:
  • New design. The site has a cleaner timeline and a rich details pane that instantly adds more impact to individual Tweets while still maintaining the simplicity of the timeline. And, experience infinite scroll -- you no longer have to click “more” to view additional Tweets.
  • Media. Now, it’s easy to see embedded photos and videos directly on Twitter, thanks to partnerships with DailyBooth, deviantART, Etsy, Flickr, Justin.TV, Kickstarter, Kiva, Photozou, Plixi, Twitgoo, TwitPic, TwitVid, USTREAM, Vimeo, yfrog, and YouTube.
  • Related content. When you click a Tweet, the details pane shows additional information related to the author or subject. Depending on the Tweet’s content, you may see: replies, other Tweets by that user, a map of where a geotagged Tweet was sent from, and more.
  • Mini profiles. Click a username to see a mini profile without navigating from the page, which provides quick access to account information, including bio and recent Tweets.
These changes will roll out as a preview over the next several weeks starting with a very small percentage of registered accounts tonight. During the preview, you'll be able to switch back and forth so you have time to grow accustomed to the way things work. Eventually, everyone will have the updated version of Twitter.com. We are incredibly proud of the work the Twitter web team has accomplished. We hope you are too!

HAPPY TWEETING TO ALL 

Blogging about moodle course ,, New Era Teaching and Learning " #edtechbc #edtech20

,, New Era Teaching and Learning " 
http://www.bcedtech.ca/moodle/course/view.php?id=19

The course is structured in next themes :
Making Web 2.0 Work for You
An Introduction to Digital Storytelling.
Using Blogs as Learning Hubs 
Video Conferencing
Flash for eLearning
WebQuests on Moodle 
Making Learning Mobile 
“New Era Teaching and Learning” will be a moodle extravaganza with webinars and tutorials and monitored discussions.  It will be a 'show and tell' of examples of best practice in online teaching and innovative uses of online tools and technology.

The course it  is free for educators all over the world new to teaching in an online environment as well as for advanced online users and students.  It will bring people together from around the world to learn from each other, collaborate and get online teaching ideas and support.

Ursula Franklin says that an analogy of the perfect society is a potluck supper. "A society in which all can contribute, and all can find friendship, that those who bring things, bring things that they do well... All share their talents and all belong." Her analogy fits perfectly with this course.   It will be a Professional learning Potluck.  Participate at your convenience.  The course will be archived to use the resources for continued professional development.

We currently are parteners  from countries including Romania ,   Latvia, Turkey, Ecuador, Zambia, Seychelles, Trinidad and Tobago, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Ireland, USA, Australia, Morocco, Peru, Lesotho, South Africa, Spain, Mexico, Israel, New Zealand, France, UK, Japan, Canada and Kenya.


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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Free project in the clouds for teachers around the world #edtech20 and Gr8 beautiful tag clouds in education 2.0 #edchat

Free project in the clouds for teachers around the world : ,, Teach, learn, play using free tools and applications web 2.0 and social media in a e-Safety mode in education 2.0 " #edtech20 .
I made a free Group for teachers and researchers who want to share knowledge across the world using in a e-Safety way new tehnologies in education: tools and applications web 2.0,social media , second life , semantic web3.0 .

Nowadays for education 2.0 are many websites where you can make beautiful tag clouds with style . My favorite is tagxedo . Dear visitors please write your favorite tag cloud and other tag clouds who you used in education 2.0 like comments . Cloudworks, a place to share, find and discuss learning and teaching ideas and experiences.

 You can download from here Microsoft Silverlight to see the clouds . Tagxedo -turns words -- famous speeches, news articles, slogans and themes, even your love letters -into a visually stunning tag cloud, words individually sized appropriately to highlight the frequencies of occurrence within the body of text.

Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends.

Wordle: Elearning learning in education

Tagul - Tagul clouds are not toys and designed to be used on blogs, web pages or any kind of sites as a replacement of ordinary tag clouds. Tagul is a web service that enables you to create gorgeous tag clouds. It is created by Alex, 27 years old entrepreneur and tech geek from Moscow, Russia. Each tag in Tagul cloud is linked with an URL and is “clickable” that enables visitors to use it for navigation. Also Tagul utilizes widely used flash platform (instead of less common java platform in Wordle) that is light weight (~50kb per cloud vs ~150kb) and stores the clouds on aCDN  to deliver clouds to wide audience instanlty. Tagul has some features that Wordle doesn’t, like custom shapes selection and multiply fonts usage in one cloud.

 

Tweetcloud was  born out of a project to synthesize meaning from a high volume of short  messages. Our goal is to quickly show users "what's being said" across  the Twittersphere or from a specific Twitter user through an intuitive  interface (a cloud) Worditout is the word cloud generator that gives you control with many custom settings. Free to use and no sign up required! * Customise more settings than any other word cloud generator o Create word clouds from sentences, whole documents, web addresses or tables. o Decide how to filter that text, which words to display or remove, and tweak their importance with ease. o Design your word cloud as you like, find that perfect layout, choose your own colours, fonts and sizes (and how to mix them), or let WordItOut find a random look for you!

Word cloud made with WordItOut WordSift was created to help teachers manage the demands of vocabulary and academic language in their text materials. We especially hope that this tool is helpful in supporting English Language Learners. We want WordSift to be a useful tool, but we also want it to be fun and visually pleasing. We would be happy if you think of it playfully - as a toy in a linguistic playground that is available to instantly capture and display the vocabulary structure of texts, and to help create an opportunity to talk and explore the richness and wonders of language! WordSift helps anyone easily sift through texts -- just cut and paste any text into WordSift and you can engage in a verbal quick-capture! The program helps to quickly identify important words that appear in the text. This function is widely available in various Tag Cloud programs on the web, but we have added the ability to mark and sort different lists of words important to educators. We have also integrated it with a few other functions, such as visualization of word thesaurus relationships (incorporating the amazing Visual Thesaurus® that we highly recommend in its own right) and Google® searches of images and videos. With just a click on any word in the Tag Cloud, the program displays instances of sentences in which that word is used in the text. Make Word Mosaic Write a comment or poem in the shape of hearts or other symbols. Send a greeting or post to MySpace or your blog. ImageChef Word Mosaic - ImageChef.com

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