Learn to do anything with Yobler

September 11, 2008

Thank goodness YouTube is no longer the end-all-be-all of video uploading. There are tons of video sites out there now, and the options for educational and tutorial video hosting sites are so abundant, you might just be missing out by … Continued

Johnny Lee: Interactive Whiteboard From a $40 Wii Remote

May 15, 2008

Johnny Lee, a YouTube personality and “human-computer interaction researcher” is changing the way we use existing technology through simple modifications, and he’s sharing it with everyone. This amazing demo proves that using something as inexpensive and highly obtainable as the … Continued

Explanations Abound at Common Craft

April 22, 2008

Do you struggle to explain Web 2.0 to interested but clueless administrators? Social networking, blogging and podcasting can be tough to describe to the uninitiated. If you need succinct explanations of social media to convince your principal to open the … Continued

Turn Useless Totes into Stylish Messenger Bags

April 3, 2008

Spring is conference season. That means getting out of class, baked chicken hotel luncheons, and another free tote bag to stuff into your closet. If it turns out the conference was overbooked and the chicken overdone, take solace that the … Continued

Learn Languages with LingQ

March 25, 2008

Give your foreign language students some extra ammunition. No, I don’t mean teach them obscure French curse words. I’m talking about powerful lessons and practice that can supplement the great stuff you’re already teaching in class. They can get it … Continued

Learn 200 New Things Right Now

January 22, 2008

The Online Education Database has hundreds of free online courses for your perusal– 200 to be exact. The database has compiled a list and description of these courses to help hopefuls such as yourself to be able to learn the … Continued

Extract DNA from Bananas

January 17, 2008

Finally, you can get hold of some DNA for your mad experiments science lab assignment without having to suck it out of amber-encased flies. The folks at Null Hypothesis show you an easy way to extract DNA from a banana. … Continued

Start Folding with Origami Now!

January 11, 2008

Now you can teach your students the Japanese art of paper folding. Origami Now! provides video demonstrations on how to fold various origami shapes. Beginners can tackle folding a duck or puppy before progressing to intermediate projects like a water … Continued