Thanks to the generous support of the California K12HSN, I attended – and blogged – NECC 2007. Due to Edublogs updates, I borrowed space from my dog Nola’s Blogger site (hey, she’s a Katrina survivor, but not an educator, so therefore Blogger instead of Edublogs). The links below are posts of the highlights from noteworthy [...]
Edublogs is still terribly sluggish and buggish this morning, so I’m moving over to my dog Nola’s Blogger site to blog the NECC sessions.
This post is in response to David Warlick‘s What Will You Be Drinking in Atlanta?, a suggestion that people share what they’ll be attending and what they hope to take away from the NECC 2007 Conference. I hope to increase my Web 2.0 toolbox, particularly with all aspects of podcasting, digital storytelling, and videoconferencing – [...]
It was my good fortune eight summers ago to travel to Washington DC for a week-long American Memory Project Summer Teacher Institute at the Library of Congress. What an amazing week and experience to tour first-hand our nation’s library! Eight years later, the LOC has continued to digitize hundreds and hundreds of primary source documents [...]
Tuesday night I co-facilitated an event I will not forget for a long time to come, Elk Grove Unified School District’s First Annual Document Your Local History and Culture Film Festival. The evening was the culminating event for a collaborative project and journey I started about six month’s ago with David Byrd, a very gifted [...]