Friday, January 29, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
You may only link text boxes that are empty.
Select the first text box then look on the toolbar for the button.
When you press it your cursor will turn into a pitcher
Select the text box you would like to have text flow into. Yes, the text box may be on another page.
The linked boxes will display an
Select the text box previous to the one you want to unlink
Click BREAK FORWARD LINK
I use Keynote and want to edit a PowerPoint I created on a PC.
By default Keynote will open PowerPoint files. Simply open your PowerPoint in Keynote.
Then to convert so the file will open & can be viewed and edited by PowerPoint users on Windows or Mac OS computers.
Choose Share Export, click PPT (PowerPoint) and then click Next.
Type a name and choose a location for the file, and then click Export.
Note: PowerPoint doesn't support some Keynote features:
Some bulleted text items may be lost. If you hide the bulleted text on a slide (by deselecting Body in the Slide inspector), it is deleted from the outline when you export.
PowerPoint doesn't support alpha-channel graphics, so if you use a photo cutout frame, the image behind it will appear in front. You may also notice slight variations in other graphics.
Thanks to A New Mac Tip Everyday you saved me. I compiled this from a posting and the suggestions back.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Educause is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
Educational Technology posts about Google developing online education and campus technology trends.
Monday, January 25, 2010
PcMag.com discusses P2P file sharing judgments
Thanks to Fox News we can link up to the Bear cam.
Priests are given the blessing to blog so says the Washington Post
Watch this video to become a better teacher
Information Week has an article about Google's new search results basically the snippets will highlight your query in them
Free technology for Teachers has 2 great postings. 1 about Audio Owl a great service for locating and listening to free audio books. The other is an information time line about the Revolutuionary war.
Friday, January 22, 2010
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Thursday, January 21, 2010
Free Technology for Teacher writes about GoSquared.com gosquared.com where a reference for EVERY Character Key on a Mac can be found on PDF.
In a word Awesome, I am definitely printing this and linking to it.
He also has a link to UMapper a online weather mapping tool.
Educational Technology Writes about Indy schools dropping textbooks and going digital.
I am hearing from students that older siblings at the university level are using this format whenever possible.
In a related report PCMAG has an article discussing Amazon Inviting Devs to Write Programs for Kindle
He also has a link to a webinar about using Google Wave
I am going to watch this, I am not sure about Wave yet and this should prove interesting.
Making Teachers Nerdy has a list of the 45 websites for art.
reuters.com posted an article and statement from Secretary of State Clinton calling for consequences for China's Cyberattacks.
MSNBC.com talks about the Mars rover, including animation.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
If you use First Class as an Email client look at these how 2 videos from Kannon Communications
I found these videos to be very helpful with the creation of my own website at school.
The NY Times has an article about how much time kids spend online
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Free Technology for Teachers shows a Photosynth of Haiti.
Photosynth is a cool program that allows 360 degree views of images. I used it in the classroom for the recent Presidential Inauguration. It does require a download in order to run so plan accordingly
Educational Technology has an article to internet safety 2.0
Friday, January 15, 2010
Free Technology for Teachers also talks about Scribblar, a way to edit PDF's
Educational Technology discusses how educators are embracing social technology, & the FCC and cloud computing
On Wired Science you can see satellite pictures of Haiti before & after the quake
ComputerWorld discusses FCC and cloud computing concerns
Wired.com has a great article on 3D TV's
Cnet news has an article on mobile Google apps