Posts filed under: Web 2.0

What's your primary web presence? You may not need a full-fledged website. If you need something quick and easy, check out About.me....
If you are a reader in Quebec, I hope you will join me on November 1 for a hands-on day that will change the way you work. The Internet offers us many free tools. We will focus on a few...
Chairing District Accreditation teams, delivering software training, and conducting workshops have brought me in contact with schools and school personnel in a number of states. As we talk about technology, the topic is invariably raised of how many households have...
In this post, we continue with questions posed during the “Free Tech Tools for a More Productive New Year” webinar. In the last post, we answered questions related to Dropbox. Here are questions related to iGoogle, Google Docs forms, and...
There was a time when choosing a username was something to which you did not give a second thought. You typed in the first thing that came to mind. If that name was not available and the site suggested something...
I recent read Crush It! The entire title is Why Now is the Time to Crush It!: Cash in on Your Passion. The book is written by Gary Vaynerchuk, a social media maven whose specialty is selling wine. For those...
This post is designed for those who attended the McGill University Distinguished Educators Seminar or Wellness and Leadership Seminar. Here is a list of the gadgets I have on my iGoogle page. Clicking on each link will give you the...
This post is primarily for the benefit of those who, along with me, took an online course entitled “Leading in a Web 2.0 World” this past summer. The “final project” the class involves implementation of what was learned in the...
In today’s world, often the first and possibly only impression may people have of a school is through how it portrays itself on its website. For some, a website is something to get “done,” and then move on. For others,...
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