Sky’s the limit: the world’s cheapest touch-screen tablet
This has to be the best e-learning technology story of 2011. Datawind, a relatively small Canadian company based in Montreal, has won an Indian government contract to produce a 7 inch touchscreen tablet named Aakash that costs $52 to manufacture and will sell, with Indian government subsidy, for $35 for universities, colleges and high schools in India. The tablet runs on Google’s Android software.
Measure angles – suitable for SMART Board
MasteryConnect – Home
MasteryConnect makes it simple to share and discover common formative assessments and track mastery of state and Common Core standards. Built-in grading tools save teachers time.
Test your ability to eyeball geometric constructions. Great for SMARTBoard
Amazing Handwriting Worksheet Maker
The Amazing – Incredible Handwriting Worksheet Maker!
Make full-page custom handwriting worksheets in seconds!
Toronto News: Year-long exposure of Toronto skyline produces ‘dreamy’ image – thestar.com
A year ago, Michael Chrisman placed a pinhole camera in Toronto’s Port Lands and aimed it — as best one can aim such a camera — at the city skyline.
For 365 straight days and nights, light has crept through the pinhole, slowly building an exposure on a piece of photosensitive paper.
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Still Looking For A New Year’s Resolution? How About Learning To Code … | TechCrunch
After eating something greasy to get rid of last night’s Jello shot-induced hangover, many of you are probably in the middle of writing your New Year’s resolutions. Well, here’s a good one (especially considering that the tech sector seems to be the only bright spot in a sort of lackluster economy) … Learn to code.