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I’m on my way back from NECC, which means that blogging will go back to normal. I hope the Brainpoppers that hang around enjoyed the updates. There are a couple of other BP posts that are still in the works, but for the most part I will return to blogging about the other resources, tips, and ideas.
Just a reminder for anyone still interested in checking out BrainPop for the first time. Check out BrainPop.com/necc2008 and grab yourself a free 30 day trial.
Thanks for an incredible week BrainPop!
TTB is on the road and heading for San Antonio to blog with BrainPop at NECC. Arrival at the conference is set for late tonight. Be on the lookout for presentation updates regarding several very talented teachers that will be traveling with us.
As for now, you can check out all of the upcoming events for BrainPop at www.brainpop.com/necc. After the conference starts, information regarding a special trial offer for NECC will be posted.
Not money.. we want your ideas! TTB has started a Twitter account twitter.com/teachertechblog. We will be posting ideas for upcoming posts and give you the chance to chip in. Reply with some useful ideas, either to an existing work in progress or something new, and we’ll feature your words of wisdom(giving you credit, of course)!
Are you the ultra-connected user that is constantly browsing the net via your handheld device(mobile phone, ppc, pda, etc…)? The kind who smiles just a little more when they discover that one of their daily sites has a new mobile version? If you fit this description, then you might already be reading this from our new mobile version on your handheld already.
TTB recently upgraded to add mobile functionality. To try it out, simply navigate to teachertechblog.com on your web-enabled mobile device. Our servers will do the rest by detecting your …
We’ll be in Orlando this week live blogging at the Florida Educational Technology Conference. The cold climate will be missed, but I guess we’ll endure the heat to bring you the latest news from the conference. It’s one of the largest Ed Tech conferences in the states, so stay tuned Wednesday through Friday for the latest updates.
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Blog Carnivals are mega posts featuring hand picked blog articles from around the globe relating to a certain topic. The latest carnival featuring blog posts from many Educational Technology bloggers is out. You can find it here.