Tech Talk Tuesdays and eT@lking: this week’s sessions

Add some bling to your Blogs

Tech Talk Tuesdays: Blogging with Bling

When: Tuesday, June 21st from 4 to 5 pm, Melbourne, Australia time

About the session:  Mel Cashen will be our guest presenter, talking about some her favourite technology tools that she uses in the classroom. Mel will demonstrate

  • How she got into blogging.
  • How the way she  uses blogging has changed (kids taking more responsibilities). See her class blog
  • The web 2.0 tools she likes to use on it
  • How students are introduced to  blogging

Please join us and share in the conversations. Here is the link to the recording

eT@lking: Evernote – Ever Popular

When: Wednesday, June 22nd, 8 -9pm, Melbourne Australia time (gmt+10)

About the session:– Evernote allows you to make one note or 500,000. It is a popular online tool that is free and allows you to take notes, clip web pages, snap photos, grab screenshots and then stores it all.

Join us for this webinar, where Graham Clark will demonstrate how it works and why it is one of his favourite online tools. Please join us and share in the conversations.

Here is the link to the recording

3 responses to “Tech Talk Tuesdays and eT@lking: this week’s sessions

  1. Hi,
    and thanks for commenting at my place. I have to say that I don’t really understand where you find the time for everything. I would have loved to take part in your talks, but timewise it really fits bad … I really need to find some network like yours around here. I think I will try out tweetdeck as well!

  2. Hi Anna, sometimes I dont really find time to fit it all in. I, too, wish that our timezone was more friendly to the northern hemisphere but sessions are always recorded and that allows many to still learn from the sessions. Please try tweetdeck as it is terrific.

  3. Mel has kindly added the files that she referred to in her “Blogging with Bling” session to this site http://guidetoinnovation.ning.com/profiles/blogs/blogging-with-bling-my?xg_source=activity Thanks Mel for your generousity in sharing.

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