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Summer 2015 Student Portal Page

Page history last edited by Juan Chavez 5 years, 3 months ago

 

Student Portal Page       Student Profiles Page      
 

Please post your presentations here: http://bit.ly/tliweb20   Also, add your summary of information on your choice of Web 2.0 tools under the appropriate categories. 

 

Below are some links other students have found useful. The tables for posting your URL and signing up for presentations and Web 2.0 tools can be found below this information.

 

Visual Literacy

 

Creative Commons Links:

The Creative Commons website provides easy to understand licensing that generally allows others to use your work and/or modify.  Various licenses are available under Creative Commons and on this site you can generate your license for posting on your website or on work you have created.

http://ccmixter.org - ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want. Unlike freeplaymusic (which is often used as a source of music for educators), this site offers open source music that can be used in podcasts, on websites, etc.

http://www.freesound.org/ - The Freesound Project is a collaborative database of Creative Commons licensed sounds. Freesound focuses only on sound, not songs.

http://openclipart.org/ - Open clip art with a very nice library of clipart that is high quality

 

Photo Sites - safe photos

Some free photos- Some are free and some cost (but are cheap). Photos are high quality and large so do not pixelate on photo stories, etc.

http://sxc.hu - one of my favorite copyright free photo sites; great quality and resolution.

Photo Sharing in Plain English - from Common Craft

http://flickr.com - loads of photos on this site.  Be sure to check copyright before using.

 

If you want to see all my links and add some of your own, go here:  http://butleratutb.pbworks.com/w/page/15207951/List-of-Links

 

Summer I 2015

Please add the relevant information in the table below. Be sure to check your posted hyperlink to ensure that it does indeed go to your wiki page for this course.

 

    Name
E-mail Address
URL to YOUR course wiki page for 6340
Articles to Read Team Sharing
Dr. Juan Chavez 
jch165@gmail.com

http://butleratutb.pbworks.com/w/page/79916072/6340%20Summer%202015%20Course%20Calendar

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  Albert Alvarez
albert.alvarez129@utb.edu 

Albert Alvarez' ePortfolio and My 6340 Summer I Assignments Wiki Page 

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   Natalie Herfindahl
Natalie.Herfindahl127@utb.edu or natalietorres@me.com

Natalie Herfindahl's ePortfolio and EDTC 6340 Summer I 2015

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   Michael Gutierrez
michael.gutierrez2@utb.edu   Michael's ePortfolio and EDTC 6340 Assignment Page
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   Yolanda Mercado

blue78516@hotmail.com

yolandamercado1@utb.edu 

Yolanda's ePortfolio and EDTC 6340 Assignments

 

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   Marissa Salinas
Marissa.salinas1@utb.edu   EDTC 6340 Assignments Wiki Page & Marissa Salinas's ePortfolio
4    Johnny Gonzalez
juan.gonzalez13@utb.edu

 Johnny Gonzalez's ePortfolio & EDTC 6340 - Wiki Page Summer I Assignments
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Project Presentation Table

Please select the date and time for which you will present your final project.  

 

Time
Student Name
July 6, 2015 @ 9:00 a.m. Marissa Salinas
July 6, 2015 @ 9:10 a.m.
Yolanda Mercado
July 6, 2015 @ 9:20 a.m.
Johnny Gonzalez  
July 6, 2015 @ 9:30 a.m.
Michael Gutierrrez
July 6, 2015 @ 9:40 a.m.  Natalie Herfindahl  
July 6, 2015 @ 9:50 a.m. Albert Alvarez

 

SUMMER 2015

Sign up for the three Web 2.0 technologies that you will research and present to the class.

 

 

Albert Alvarez

Edmodo.com 
 
 PollEverywhere
 
 Symbaloo
 
Natalie Herfindahl
Wordle
 
Quizlet
 
Spelling City
 
Michael Gutierrez
Gliffy 
 
Basecamp 
 
 Animoto
 
Marissa Salinas Powtoon   
GoConqr   
Scrible   
Johnny Gonzalez PhotoMath   
AR: Anatomy 4D / Quiver   
Lime   
Yolanda Mercado Storybird   
Popplet   
Schoology   

 

 

 

 

Student Portal Page       Student Profiles Page     

 

TitanPad

  • Link to website: www.titanpad.com  
  • Tutorial Video
  • Pros: You don’t have to sign up to start using a pad. Each collaborator is color coded and must provide a name. All the content on the pad can be imported and exported. You can import text documents. There are public and private pads available.
  • Cons: There are only 8 distinctive colors to assign students. No pictures or videos can be inserted onto the pad.
  • Cost: Free
  • Ease of Learning: Very Easy
  • Student Accounts: No
  • Versatility: TitanPad is limited to text only.
  • How it could be used
    • Math: Students can create word problems and write how to solve them
    • Science:  As a group, students will create lab safety scenarios that illustrate incorrect and correct lab safety techniques.
    • Social Studies: Students can answer questions posed by the instructor during a lesson
    • Language Arts:  Students can brainstorm the major parts of a collaborative essa   

 

 

TitanPad

  • Link to website: www.titanpad.com  
  • Tutorial Video
  • Pros: You don’t have to sign up to start using a pad. Each collaborator is color coded and must provide a name. All the content on the pad can be imported and exported. You can import text documents. There are public and private pads available.
  • Cons: There are only 8 distinctive colors to assign students. No pictures or videos can be inserted onto the pad.
  • Cost: Free
  • Ease of Learning: Very Easy
  • Student Accounts: No
  • Versatility: TitanPad is limited to text only.
  • How it could be used
    • Math: Students can create word problems and write how to solve them
    • Science:  As a group, students will create lab safety scenarios that illustrate incorrect and correct lab safety techniques.
    • Social Studies: Students can answer questions posed by the instructor during a lesson
    • Language Arts:  Students can brainstorm the major parts of a collaborative e

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