All About Explorers | Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about every explorer who ever lived…and more!
All About Explorers was developed by a group of teachers as a means of teaching students about the Internet. Although the Internet can be a tremendous resource for gathering information about a topic, we found that students often did not have the skills to discern useful information from worthless data. So we set out to develop a series of lessons for elementary age students in which we would demonstrate that just because it is out there for the searching does not mean it is worthwhile.
Twitter Collaboration Stories
Nancy White’s wiki page on different ways that educators are using Twitter.
Educators on Twitter
Liz B Davis has created an expanding list of Educators on Twitter that can be sorted across different criteria like country, state, subject or grade level. In an attempt to create a more malleable list Liz made a Google form for educators to fill out. She then made the corresponding spreadsheet public, so that anyone can sort it. If you haven’t already, please complete the form and add yourself to the list.
How to get your songs off your Windows iPod – CNET.com
If you need to get music off of your iPod you can purchase specialised programs or you can also enable the iPod as an external drive and then copy and paste from it as per this cnet page.
“There are a few things to know before you get started. First, this particular method works only for Windows iPods or iPods that normally sync with a Windows computer. Second, if you use this to transfer songs purchased from iTunes Music Store, the computer you’re copying to will need to have the same account on it in order to play those protected songs. You can authorize any computer to play iTunes tracks as long as you stay within the five-PC authorization limit. Third, when using the information below, you should probably keep in mind the warning Apple affixed to the iPod (“Don’t steal music”).”
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