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  • Blog Post: Interesting Links 8 November 2010

    Well we are really and truly into November now. Over the weekend we went back to Eastern Standard time in New Hampshire. The best thing about that is that for a little while it is easier for me to get up earlier. Does the same effect work with students? Not sure. I have a bunch of links for teachers...
  • Blog Post: Free Microsoft Office Add-ins for Educators

    Just in time to start off the new school year, several new supporting tools are now updated for teacher use. You can read some summaries below but first check out this review by Christopher Dawson of ZDNet Education – Microsoft creates Office addins that take 1:1 to the next level . Also more Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Free Copy Of OneNote for Teachers

    A couple of weeks ago I wrote about upcoming free online presentations in the education area from various people at Microsoft. (See that post and the full list here .) Well Mike Tholfsen has announced on his blog that any teacher who attends this week’s seminar and fills out the end of presentation review...
  • Blog Post: OneNote Videos on TeacherTube

    Mike Tholfsen , the OneNote Ninja , found some time to record and upload a bunch of videos about OneNote to Teacher Tube . The video he did on the OneNote 2007 Toolkit for Teachers is included in the collection. Mike is promising a bunch more that are specifically targeted at education users including...
  • Blog Post: Getting Ready for NECC

    It’s just over a week until I head out (down to?) San Antonio for this year’s National Education Computing Conference (NECC). I’ll start on Saturday the 28th with the annual CS & IT Symposium . This year’s event looks to be the best yet. I hope to see many people who read my blog as well as many...
  • Blog Post: Short Office Tutorials

    Community Clips is a new (well new to me) site supported by Microsoft Office Labs that lets users create, upload, and view videos of how to do things using Microsoft Office. There is even a tool one can download and install to make creating screen capture videos easily. There are all sorts of videos...
  • Blog Post: Some New Education Technology Blogs

    A couple of people I know and respect have jumped into the blogosphere in the last week or so. They have both been helpful to me with information and support so I wanted to give them a shout out – a little link love in blogger terms. Mike Tholfsen and his team at OneNote have kicked off the OneNote...
  • Blog Post: Tablet PCs in the K12 Classroom

    I found a bunch of new information and case studies about schools using Tablet PCs across the curriculum and thought I would share it. It's not computer science but since it is technology in the classroom and using technology to teach better I thought people might be interested. Jim Vanides over at...
  • Blog Post: OneNote and Students, Networks and the Paperless School

    I had two notes from Mike Tholfsen last week. Now Mike is the OneNote Ninja - there is not much about OneNote he doesn't know. But Mike also has a passion for education and where OneNote and education mix (which they do very well) Mike is nothing short of The Man. Recently Mike sat down with the Amazing...
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