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    Final Project, Course 5: Inquiry into ePortfolios using Seesaw

    I can’t tell you how excited I am to be nearly done with Coetail.  Don’t get me wrong--it has been an amazing learning journey.  I’ve made many great connections and pushed myself professionally way beyond what I would normally do as a direct
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    Infographic Use

    In what situations do I use infographics?  How often do I use them? When is the next time I will utilise one in class to make sure I meet the requirements of this weeks assignment.  First thoughts are, I use them all the time. Then on reflection
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    A great and vibrant language

    getting the message across "Mir hunn eng flott a lieweg Sprooch a mir kënnen zu Recht houfreg drop sinn" "We have a great and vibrant language and we can rightly be proud" (Claude Meisch, Luxembourg's education minister on schreiwen.lu and th
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    Enjoy That Amazing Cloud Moment

    Many times I have seen people during their Cloud Moment. This is the instant when it dawns on them that storing files online can change your working life for the better. Suddenly they see: It's just a link, not a heavy file! Only the latest ve
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    Not an e-waste of time

    [caption id="attachment_246" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Street side electronic repairs, AccraCredit to Fairphone.Under Creative Commons license "Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA."https://www.flickr.com/photos/fairphone/[/caption
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    Three challenges to my literacy

    Could this week's reading help me find solutions to three questions which are related to my teaching for next week? Are photos of famous artists' paintings protected by copyright? A 1981 thriller about a Russian agent who becomes US president -
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    Every Picture Tells a Story

    [caption id="attachment_118" align="alignright" width="272"] Logo created by SW on flaming text[/caption] "We need to understand the importance of graphics, music, and cinema, which are just as powerful and in some ways more deeply intertwined with
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    The Culture of Copyright

    [caption id="attachment_82" align="alignnone" width="300"] Photo Credit: MikeBlogs Flickr via Compfight cc[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_81" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo Credit: _chrisUK Flickr via Compfight cc[/caption]
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    Fair what?

    [caption id="" align="alignright" width="240"] Some rights reserved zizzie fizz[/caption] This post will be interesting because I live in a country where intellectual property is clearly not respected. Perhaps this has started, but my experience f
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    Fair Use or not?

    After a lot of reading, watching videos and discussion with colleagues I now have a much better understanding of what copyright means in the digital world and how little notice I have been taking of it. I guess I have been suffering from what many
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    Creative Commons Resources

    Welcome to Week 4 / 5! By now you should have: read and completed all readings up to, and including “Week 3″ in Course 2 under “My Courses” written 3 blog posts and 3 comments continue recording the URL of the post you would like a
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    Copyright, Creative Commons and Elementary Teaching

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    I finally renounce my life of crime

    Many years ago while holidaying in South America, my friend and I were robbed at knifepoint. We had ignored advice and ventured into a deprived area of town. The young men who surrounded us were probably disappointed, however, when, wrenching it from
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    Zenification of a Presentation

    In September of this year I was invited to present at the AppsEvents European Summit regarding Google Sites. In fact, I had two presentations: The Basics of Google Sites which I presented with my colleague Jags Myanger and Advanced Google Sites w
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    Searching for Images of Skilful Presenting?

    The Mission As I set out to find an image using Creative Commons Search this week that could be useful in helping students achieve some of our learning intentions, I first looked at my lesson plans (in their Saturday night - embryonic stage). H
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    Solar Systems, Infographics, Creative Commons and CARP

    Planning a lesson that hits many targets. Lately I've been learning a bit about design, and this week I'll be starting new lessons on creating infographics with Grade 3 students studying the solar system. An infographic is a powerful and easy t