1. A Brief Look at Prezi, Dara R. Vance

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    A Brief Look at Prezi Dara R. Vance PhD Candidate Department of History

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    • Learning and Hell, William Mattingly

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      Learning and Hell William Mattingly PhD Candidate Department of History

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      • DML2015 - Audrey Watters, Chair of "Open Learning/Educational Technology" Track

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        http://dml2015.dmlhub.net/ - Audrey Watters, Committee Member for the 2015 Digital Media and Learning Conference, explains her conference track, “Open Learning/Educational Technology." - http://dml2015.dmlhub.net/portfolio-item/audrey-watters/ The DML 2015 Conference will be held June 11-13, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The DML Conference is supported by the MacArthur Foundation and organized by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub located at the University of California's systemwide Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine. Audrey is interviewed by Howard Rheingold, a cyberculture pioneer, social media innovator, and author of "Smart Mobs."

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        • M8 The Future 11-17-14

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          This lecture, titled The Next Renaissance by Dr. Andrew Berning explores the potential for educational technology to disrupt teaching and learning.

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          • Safety and Compliance Module

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            This is a narrated PowerPoint video from Dr. Andrew Berning on the human issues surrounding educational technology including safety, privacy, and compliance.

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            • Webinar | Building an Effective Writing Program for Your Emergent and Non-Writers with First Author Writing Software

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              No Child Left Behind didn’t even mention writing, but with new rigorous state standards, writing is back in focus—even for your students with complex instructional needs who will take the alternate assessment. But how do you move these students move from a focus on letter forming to really writing? Dr. Janet Sturm joins us for this webinar to outline the critical elements of a highly effective writing program designed for students with complex needs—including writing structure, accommodation, and measurement. She will share how each of these elements are embedded in First Author software. - Writing Structure: Emergent (and non) writers need guidance to independently plan, compose, revise and then “publish” their writings. - Accommodation: The writing of typically-developing students start with scribbling and drawing. It’s crucial that students with physical and cognitive disabilities have the accommodations they need to progress through each developmental stage. - Measurement: Students with complex needs often make small gains, and it’s crucial to measure and celebrate the smallest movements. First Author Writing Measures help educators identify and track the smallest progressions from scribbling to conventional paragraph writing. Dr. Sturm shares stories of how these elements have worked together to help real students—just like yours—write in several schools that she has worked with to implement First Author Writing Software. About the Presenter: Janet Sturm, Ph. D, CCC-SLP from Central Michigan University has spent over 15 years improving writing instruction for students with developmental disabilities. Learn more about First Author Writing Software: http://donjohnston.com/firstauthorsoftware

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              • WeLearnedIt - Portfolios

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                Here's a quick look at the new Portfolios feature in the WeLearnedIt App available now on iPad at bit.ly/WeLearnedIt

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                • Making a Music Video: "Might as Well be Me"

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                  We are so proud that our school music video won 2nd place in the state of FL! So here's how we did it.

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                  • Co:Writer Universal Extension for Chrome | Overview

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                    Get support from Co:Writer on just about any website with the Co:Writer Extension for Chrome™. Whether updating your blog, writing an email, or writing a report in Google Drive, you’ll have access to Co:Writer’s grammar-smart word prediction and topic dictionaries. Learn more at http://donjohnston.com/cowriter

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                    • Co:Writer Universal Extension for Chrome™ | Topic Dictionaries

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                      Get support from Co:Writer on just about any website. Whether updating your blog, writing an email, or writing a report in Google Drive, you’ll have access to Co:Writer’s grammar-smart word prediction and topic dictionaries with the Co:Writer Universal Extension for Chrome. Learn more at http://donjohnston.com/cowriter

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