Author: Kristian Still

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DMGC Week 2

Well we didnt expect that! We had 46 students arrived and two can after other clubs. Thats nearly a 80% increase from week 1. We started with a few annoucements and then gave a short demo of GIMP. We were not expecting so many students, registration was awkward. I might asked if we can have…
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19 Nov ’08 0

From a 5 Minunte Meal to a Feast

Look, I have been reviewing a number of tools, as an introduction I picked some simple and very easy to access tools that I believe could have a real impact on teaching and learning. As these were not nouveaux but nevertheless valauble, I threw in Google Rome. Very hip! Now I am throwing down the…
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17 Nov ’08 0

#5 5 Minute ICT Meals for ICT

Topic or Tool: Ancient Rome in Google. Wow. Google has released an “Ancient Rome 3D” layer for their popular Google Earth browser. The new layer shows many of the buildings and structures that made up the city during the rule of Constantine the Great. Some of the buildings even have interiors. What does it cost?…
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17 Nov ’08 0

#4 5 Minutes Meals for ICT

Topic or Tool: Social Bookmarking. Another term for website ‘favourites,’ only you can organise these bookmarks and share then with colleagues or with ‘your network.’ Still not clear? Then watch this Common Craft video. PS if you have not come across Common Craft before, have a good rummage, plenty of CPD goodness here. What does…
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16 Nov ’08 0

Live Websites in your PPTs

LiveWeb allows you to insert web pages into a PowerPoint slide and refresh the pages real time during slide show. Bascially you can display web pages without ever leaving the confines of your PowerPoint slide show. I thought this might be really handy for my Colleague Tom Barrett when he shows the power of Google…
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16 Nov ’08 0

#3 5 Minute Meals for ICT

Topic or Tool: Smallworlds What does it cost? FREE. SmallWorlds is a 3D virtual world (similar to Second Life and Lively) but it runs inside your web browser – no software to install. Targeted at anyone aged 13 years and above, Smallworld creators Outsmart believe that, ‘the combination of social interaction, self expression, media consumption…
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15 Nov ’08 0