Sunday, April 5, 2009

Today's Interesting Links

Links for 2009-04-03 []

  • Image Generator Links 2009, Make Custom Graphics/Clipart Online
    A large list of websites for creating free custom graphics and clipart online without any software.
  • lizbdavis's PLNBook Bookmarks on Delicious
    Liz Davis's links on the Personal Learning Network (PLN). A wealth of information here!
  • 100 (Legal) Sources for Free Stock Images | Virtual Hosting Blog
    If you've ever tried to design a website or blog, you've probably felt the need to add images to your creation. It can be easy to see the Internet as a free-for-all, but images belong to the people who created them. Staying legal means you'll have to either create your own images or buy them from stock sites. Fortunately, there are a number of sources for free images, and we've collected them here. So read on for 100 sources where you can find free stock images: and don't worry — they're all legal! Most Popular These resources are some of the most popular free stock image sites on the Web and with good reason. If you're looking for some mainstream images, these are the first place to try.
  • MicroModule Tutorials
    21st Century Information Fluency A good resource for those teaching students about web site evaluation.
  • 100 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
    April is National Poetry Month, four weeks dedicated to the celebration of verse. How are you going to enjoy the occasion? Try one of these poetry readings, projects, or resources. Whether you want to hear great poets share their work aloud or embark on a writing venture of your own, you'll find dozens of links to help you gain a better understanding of poetry.
  • Lifehacker - Skype Call Recorder Creates MP3s of Your Skype Conversations - Skype
    Windows only: Free application Skype Call Recorder creates MP3s of any Skype conversation with a couple of simple clicks.
  • About Red Room | Red Room
    Red Room ( is the online home of many of the world's greatest writers. Red Room provides authors and members with free, easy-to-use, elegant online homes. It's a place for the literary community to promote their work, express themselves, and connect with their favorite authors.
  • What Makes a Good Project? - new articles : Stager-to-Go
    Two articles about project-based learning from The Creative Educator Magazine. -What Makes a Good Project? -Raising Our Standards - Developing Projects that Endure
  • Facebook Privacy for Teachers « Megan Golding
    I'm a Facebook user AND a teacher. Here's how I locked down my profile so that I can have a social life and not worry that the world is watching over my shoulder.

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