TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 07/11/2011
America The Story of Us — History.com TV Episodes, Schedule, & Video
Accompnying website for the History Channel’s AMERICA – THE STORY OF US series.
Google+ Tips and Tricks – Google Docs
This Google Document is pretty much everything you will ever need to know about Google+. It has been written by hundreds of people all around the world and it is quite exhaustive but easily approachable. This is recommend it as a starter’s guide, or as a way to figure out how to get the most out of Google+
Ten of the best high school lip-dub videos
Lip-dubbing has taken high school video production classes by storm. The trend, which began in 2006, describes the process of dubbing music over a lip-sync video that is usually filmed in one continuous shot, with the cameras winding through the hallways of the school’s campus.
Just Free Books – A search engine to find only free ebooks.
JustFreeBooks search the content of more than 700 web sites, including gutenberg.org, wikibooks.org and archive.org. With JustFreeBooks you can find all sorts of free books: public domain texts, open books, free audio books, ad-supported books and more.
Blerp lets you start a discussion right on top of any website. The entire web becomes one giant conversation where everyone can participate. It’s as easy as posting comments, videos, photos and more on any webpage you choose. There’s no need to register.
Best Applications For Annotating Websites | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…
In order to make this list, it had to be available free-of-charge, be accessible to English Language Learners, and not require any downloads of any kind. Be sure to check out blerp at http://www.blerp.com
The Best Resources For Learning What Google+ Is All About | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…
Many vetted sources for learning about Google+ affordances and constraints, particularly for education.
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