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Wiki Etiquette for Students 1. Be safe: If you are a student you must use your code name. Follow and remember our netiquette (this page). Reveal no personally identifying information. 2. Be kind: Be overly friendly and positive; you must refrain from any profane, sarcastic, or unkind responses. 3. Be respectful: Since our writing work is schoolwork, school rules and expectations apply when making any references on or to this site. 4. Be productive: Make sure you communicate clearly and intelligently (no text message wording please) on a relevant topic. Remember your purpose and audience. 5. If the above criteria are met, your posts may be published; if the above criteria are not met, your posts may not be published.
Best Practices: Workspace Etiquette for Students What workspace advice do you have? Add your thoughts here. Keep safe. Never post your personal information or information about someone else. DO NOT put things like ages, addresses, phone numbers, names of towns, on the Internet. Remember that information on the internet, especially embarrassing information, may still be around after you've deleted it. So don't ever put up anything personal or inappropriate! Check out http://www.ikeepsafe.org/iksc_kids/ for more information.
- Screen Capture Tools: 40+ Free Tools and Techniques | Tools
Screen capture, or print screen is perhaps the most efficient way to share whatever appears on your desktop. They help tech users like us to share and communicate better with friends and peers. Major operating systems today comes with basic screen capture and print screen function, but if these can't fulfill what you need from a screen capture then you are probably looking for a screen capturing tool. Screen capturing tools do what the basic tool don't. What these tools could do varies, including the ability to include sketches and text, instantly upload image online, audio capturing, dimension-specific capturing and more. Make your screen capture and sharing experience more interesting, here's a showcase of 40+ Free Screen Capturing Tools and Related Techniques. Full list after jump.
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Thursday, July 16, 2009
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That video prompts so much conversation and debate whenever it makes an appearance inside any session I'm a part of. Thanks for sharing! I also wanted to thank you for dropping by my place and pointing me in this direction. Many of the teachers that I am coaching this fall are beginning their adventures with ning and with wikis. You've created some fantastic resources that I can't wait to share.
Thanks so much! And I have to say, I read your blog regularly (http://www.angelastockman.com/blog). You've helped me grow my Delicious links exponentially! So many useful tools and great ways of thinking and writing about technology and teaching. Keep it up!
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