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Posted on October 15, 2007 at 7:09pm 0 Comments

I am pretty new to most of this, but I am looking forward to using many of the tools that I am learning about in my Web 2.0 class. I am going to try to use the Delicious website. I am also getting my feet wet with Twitter. My goal is to get better at using these tools and pass them on to my students. I'm sure that we can do a lot of great things with them in class.

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At 7:44pm on January 27, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Denise. I was wondering if you and your students would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. If not, perhaps you have some educator contacts you could direct me to. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 3:13pm on October 16, 2007, jbellusci said…
another great photo ~ where do you "mine" these???
At 2:59pm on October 16, 2007, rainking said…
i think i'd rather stick a fork in my eye.
nice picture! should i do a psychological evaluation of it?
At 2:55pm on October 16, 2007, dave matthews said…
funny you just said that! someone from the second life just twitted telling me all about tammy and her extracurricular activities
At 2:46pm on October 16, 2007, MsChiang said…
... me dont think me have any thing good to sayeth to thee - thou mountain of mad flesh!
At 2:42pm on October 16, 2007, JZQU said…
hello
 
 
 

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