The importance of being 'Creative Commons'

I’ve been working with my students at Flinders on the ICT General Capability for ICT this week.  We’ve mostly been focusing on the one organising element of “Applying social and ethical protocols and practices when using ICT“.  We’ve been trying to break down what that means, how that might add or grow the content of […]

IFTTT – I'm 'Putting the Internet to Work' and Loving it!

If you haven’t found or explored Ifttt (If This Then That) .com yet and you’re the kind of person who uses multiple Social Media sites and enjoys using tools like Evernote then you’re really missing out. This amazingly simple, and yet clever concept, (all the best ideas seem to be those things don’t they!) is […]

The world of research is changed for ever…

The last copies of the Britannica Encyclopaedia roll off the presses as a giant metaphor which shows educators how much the world has really changed. Have you asked yourself some vital questions about the skills your students need to operate in that environment? The image below came to me via the contact form on the […]

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MeeGenius!

I came across this little gem whilst wandering through the Chrome App store.  Lots of free books that you can read together on your IWB as well as letting your students read them on their 1:1 devices.  It’s a really tidy looking site too which make the experience all the more fun! MeeGenius is a […]