Want to try more?

There’s always something new to try in Web 2.0!

Now that you are finished with 23 Things, check out more things! Keep up the habit of writing in your blog by reflecting on each new thing you look at…think about how you can use these things in your library and even go find some more! Have fun and keep learning! Please share all the new things you learn on the SCASL Ning! Be sure to join: http://myscasl.ning.com/

Wordle: http://wordle.net

Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net

Voicethread: http://ed.voicethread.com

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com

Skype: http://www.skype.com

Smilebox: http://www.smilebox.com

Bigwig: http://www.yourbigwig.com

Community Walk: http://www.communitywalk.com

 



One Response to “Want to try more?”

  1.   Jean Says:

    OK, my colleague and I have finally thought of a possible use for Wordle, Put students in pairs; give each student a word from a unit just studied, e.g. “genocide.” Pairs should type in as many words they can think of associated with term. Print the wordles to post in the classroom. Is this a worthwhile use of time? Is learning actually taking place? How is it different or better than handing students a piece of paper and a pack of markers to create a list of words by hand?

    Another idea: have students create wordle signs describing each Dewey sectiion. Post signs at appropriate shelves. This would have some practical use.

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