Google Maps Tutorial – Start Here « Ed Tech Ideas
Google Maps is an incredibly useful tool, one that I personally use every week (often daily) to find my way around town, locate bus stops and businesses, get point to point directions, and to look up places I travel to (like the one below of our trip to New Zealand).
How Do I Sync My iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with a New Computer Without Wiping Out All My Data?
I’ve been syncing my iPhone with laptop, but now I want to start syncing with my desktop. When I connect it to the desktop, iTunes wants to erase everything in order to start syncing with his new machine. I want to start syncing with the new machine, not remove all the content already on my phone. What can I do?
Student Response Network
Student Response Network (SRN) is a powerful “virtual Clicker” student response system designed for use in school computer labs or with wireless laptop groups. It does away with the need for personal handheld “clicker” devices by providing a software-only solution for use with networked Windows desktops or laptops.
CollabraCam: Defining the Future of Collaborative Mobile Video Production
The world’s first multicam video production iPhone app with live editing and director-to-camera communication
Interactive history map of Europe
FlyFi | Deeper Music Discovery With Videos and Free MP3s
Where Deeper Music Discovery Happens
qrd°by | Geo Tagged QR Codes
qrd.by generates QR Codes of your favourite URLs and helps you track when, where and from which device they have been scanned.
Bitstrips for Schools: Unlock the Educational Power of Comic
6 search results for “holiday season”
TJ’s Bulletin Blog
TJ’s Bulletin Blog was created to promote the new resources at the Terry James Resource Centre for the Upper Grand District School Board community. The blog does not replace our online catalogue which is your best source for doing a complete search of our available resources. The online catalogue is available on our website.
7 Free Online Christmas Films For Your Festive Enjoyment [Stuff to Watch]
t’s December already, and that means Christmas is just around the corner. What better way of getting in the mood than sitting back and enjoying some festive fluff once you’ve decked the halls and wrapped the presents?This week’s article features a healthy mix of classic and obscure, featuring both short films and full movies for your enjoyment. Along with the usual helpings of sugar-coated Christmas tales there are a few alternative productions to shock and awe.
The Anatomy of a Search Engine
n this paper, we present Google, a prototype of a large-scale search engine which makes heavy use of the structure present in hypertext. Google is designed to crawl and index the Web efficiently and produce much more satisfying search results than existing systems. The prototype with a full text and hyperlink database of at least 24 million pages is available at http://google.stanford.edu/
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