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Tech Talk Tuesdays & eT@lking: This week’s webinars

Tech Talk Tuesdays: The Student Voice

When: Tuesday 16th August, 4 to 5pm, Melbourne Australian time (gmt+10)

About the session: Scott Duncan (@sduncan0101) will discuss  the necessity to listen to students, value their opinions and include them in school decision making processes. Scott recently presented a similar session for the Innovations Showcase. If time permits, he will share innovative uses of technology in his classroom and school.

About our presenter: Scott, a teacher at Cranbourne East Primary School, is

an innovative user of technology, a Victorian Victorian Institute of SRC Teacher Advisors Teacher Advisor and VISTA President. (SRC stands for Student Representative Council.)

Here is the link to the recording

eT@Lking: Googlesites

When: Wednesday 17th August, 8-9pm Melbourne Australia time (gmt+10)

About this session: Googlesites  with  Christine Dix and Carole McCulloch

See Australia series for more details.

What happens when Delicious turns sour?

sour delicious

A special Tech Talk Tuesday session discussed the unknown future of delicious. Several tools were shared and thanks to @scottduncan and @mrpbps (John Pearce) for sharing their delicious accounts and diigo accounts. Here is the link to the recording.

Alternative bookmarking sites that participants currently used

People wanted to discuss:-

  • What is social bookmarking?
  • What can we do with our delicious accounts now?
  • Would like to see examples and make comparisons
  • Does anyone know how to export to diigo?
  • What is the difference between an educators’ account and a normal one?
  • How can we keep diverse?
  • Discuss the diigo let
  • Does google have a bookmarking tool?

what is social bookmarking

advs of social bookmarking

Here are some intersting links and a video:-

  1. delicious wont be shut down says Yahoo
  2. transition of delicious to diigo frequently asked questions
  3. Migrating from delicious to diigo!
  4. Mac and IPhone-friendly Alternatives to Delicious from @teachtechie

Using posterous in the classroom and lesson plans using posterous