Remember Senduit?


We had to give up on Senduit last year because it became really glitchy. I have been sad about that for a while now and even today, I went back to the site in an attempt to use my favorite file-sharing service. No Luck.

Fortunately, Richard Byrne shared a new site on his blog that does exactly what Senduit did. It’s called Just Beam it.

Visit the site and try it out!!!!  www.justbeamit.com

100 twitter Feeds…


That teach you history: http://associatedegree.org/2009/08/19/100-twitter-feeds-that-teach-you-history/ 

That make you a better teacher: http://www.onlinecourses.org/2009/10/01/100-twitter-feeds-to-make-you-a-better-teacher/

For art scholars: http://www.onlinecourses.org/2009/10/05/100-excellent-twitter-feeds-for-art-scholars/ 

For Book lovers: http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2009/08/18/100-useful-twitter-feeds-for-book-lovers/ 

For future Librarians: http://www.onlinecourses.org/2009/08/18/100-best-twitter-feeds-for-librarians-of-the-future/

To Sharpen your writing skills: http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2009/08/19/100-twitter-feeds-to-sharpen-your-writing-skills/

For teaching advice: http://www.onlineuniversities.com/blog/2009/08/100-terrific-twitter-feeds-for-teaching-advice/

 for educators: http://www.bachelorsdegreeonline.com/blog/2009/twitteredu-100-excellent-educational-twitter-feeds/

And 100 ways to use twitter in your library: http://acceleratedbachelordegree.org/100-ways-to-use-twitter-in-your-library/

Two great tools for Social Studies


Conflict History.com  http://www.conflicthistory.com is a great mashup of google earth and timelines. Simply slide the rule at the bottom of the screen to gain a geographical overview of the era you’re investigating.

The US History Teachers Blog http://ushistoryeducatorblog.blogspot.com/ offers multimedia options to make any history lesson excellent