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I’m at the annual Schools History Project Conference for the fifth time this weekend and am presenting for the third time. This is the first time that I’ll be presenting without my partner in crime, Nick Dennis, as he’s unable to make the conference. It’s a shame, but it means I can focus entirely on what I did with my Year 10 History class this academic year at my previous school.
I’ve used the Cooliris presentation method, pioneered by Alan Levine, and which I piloted in my Open Source School presentation earlier this month. I’m not so sure he uses a Nintendo Wiimote (along with Darwiin Remote) with Cooliris, though. It’s an excellent presentation method – and free if you create your slides in OpenOffice.org (as I do!) 😀
The easiest way to share the link directly to the slides that go with this presentation is to go to:
Links (in order mentioned) to the websites mentioned in the presentation can be found below:
- Students’ blogs – http://mrbelshaw.posterous.com
- Google Docs – http://docs.google.com
- Bubbl.us – http://bubbl.us
- VoiceThread – http://voicethread.com
- Wallwisher – http://wallwisher.com
- Jaycut – http://jaycut.com
- Glogster – http://glogster.com
- Classtools.net – http://classtools.net
- Posterous – http://posterous.com
- Edmodo – http://edmodo.com
- Etherpad – http://etherpad.com
- Voki – http://voki.com
- Pixton – http://pixton.com/uk
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