Thanks to all who attended my breakout sessions at the District 219 Tech Conference, which was conducted under the themes of "1:1 and Web 2.0" on April 9th, 2011 at Niles North High School in Skokie, Illinois. Please feel free to contact me for further information (located in the right sidebar):
For those of you who attended my Blogging session, here is a link that features some of the best student- and teacher-related blog information I have found on the web. I tried to keep the amount of links to a minimum to encourage usage. However, if these are not enough, I have tagged over 200 web pages with the term, "blog", on this site.
The main blogs I author are also linked below:
- "An American Studies": co-authored with John S. O'Connor, my English teaching partner. It features links to all (40+) of our students' individual blogs.
- "Modern World History": a class I taught in the past which used a different blogging platform called Posthaven, somewhat similar to Tumblr. It allows you to post just about anything via email.
- "US History": a class I currently teach in an experimental classroom, it also uses the Posthaven platform instead of Blogger, my traditional favorite.
For those of you who attended my Copyright and Fair Use session here are some more resources:
- Fair Use Music Videos
- Fair Use Case Studies
- Even more resources at the Media Education Lab, including a link to Renee Hobb's book, Copyright Clarity.
Thanks for visiting!