Digital Resourcing

Click on the links below to access that handbook, tutorial or website.

Workshop Booklets One Page Tutorials Websites & Presentations
Creating Presentations that Work

Developing a PLN using Social Media Web Tools

5 Literacy Ideas for the Contemporary Early Years’ Classroom 

Augmenting Reality – Possibilities and Potential for Education 

Evaluating iPad apps – tips and advice 

Creating a Web presence Easily

Resourcing Inquiry using ICTs

12 Reasons Teachers should use Diigo

Using ICLTs to Communicate, Collaborate and Connect

5 Numeracy Ideas for the Contemporary Early Years’ Classroom

Digital Design in the Early Years

21st Century Resourcing in the Religious Education Classroom

Successful Searching – Google and Beyond

Digital Literacy – the Grammar of the Web

Introduction to Blogs

Introduction to Prezi

Introduction to ThingLink

Introducing VuVox

Introduction to ToonDoo

Introduction to Flickr

How to Create a Wiki

How to Create a Wix Website

Create a Wordle

Podcasts, Vodcasts and Screencasts

How to Animoto

Create a Stixy

Use SafeShare TV Videos in PowerPoints

Creative Commons Information:

Using CCMixter to source Creative Commons Music

Using Google to find Creative Commons Images

Using Flickr to find Creative Commons Images

Using Greasemonkey Scripts to access Creative Commons information on Flickr (click here to read blog post)

Building a PLN using Social Media

Tools for Managing and
Accessing Information Online 

Successful Searching

Copyright and Copyleft!

Ipads – resources and apps on Pearltrees

 
Thrills and Spills – Rolling  out the Brisbane Catholic Education Digital Library
 
 
 
 
 
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