Technology in education, technology-related educational groups
This is a list for librarians working in Quaker schools to share ideas, ask for help/suggestions, and talk about topics that may be unique to our Quaker library practice.
Esta lista pretende informar acerca das actividades que eu vou desenvolvendo assim como os respectivos locais onde elas vão acontecer. Eu desenvolvo actividades de Cursos e Formações, Palestras, Constelações Familiares, atendimentos, etc. em vários locais. Subscreva esta lista para ficar a saber quando estarei fazendo actividades próximas de você. Subscreva esta lista para ficar ao corrente das actividades do seu interesse. Divulgue esta informação para os seus amigos e conhecidos de forma a que eles possam também beneficiar destas oportunidades. Espero que goste. Cumprimentos, José Carlos Santiago http://jcsantiago.com This list is intended to disclose some of the activities I'm developing as well as the respective places where they are carried out. (training courses, lectures, other activities) Subscribe to know when I'll be performing near you any of my activities. Subscribe to know when and where activities of your interest will take place. Disclose to your friends and acquaintances so that they also can benefit of this information. I hope you enjoy. Best regards, Jose Carlos Santiago
This list is to help coordinate the effort to disseminate Vedanta and related works into the public domain. Through Project Guttenberg using the latest technology innovations such as distributed proofreading, resulting in ebooks that are _freely_ downloadable in mirrors worldwide.
Beijing City Lab is dedicated to show our research on urban studies, geospatial analysis and simulation, as well as planning support systems for the capital city Beijing. We aim to put more effort on establishing a lab for urban analysis, visualization, and policy evaluation for Beijing.
List for assisting the use of telecommunications and computer technology in religion education in Dutch speaking envirmonments
A monthly news update for readers of the Learnativity.com website, which focuses its attention on the intersection of learning and technology: specifically issues related to learning object architecture, new IEEE learning standards, peer-to-peer learning systems, and wireless education products. We help companies (mostly software companies) become more productive, creative, and active through the use of our methodologies and open practices. Our team has worked for Microsoft, Autodesk, PeopleSoft over the years and are now trying to do things a little more people-focused. This news list is sent to business and information leaders in all types of industry, but mostly who wear a technology role of sorts - from elearning development to systems development, to metatagging. We also highlight companies developing online community tools, simulations, and content management systems.
This is a task-oriented discussion group for volunteers producing image descriptions for DAISY books in the Bookshare.org library using the POET image description tool at: https://diagram.herokuapp.com/
An e-newsletter dedicated to furthering understanding about co-operative learning, non competitive games and their relationship to new technology, especially the Internet.
For supporting Neveh Channa's students use of computer and information technology in education. Use of internet, MS FrontPage, Sharepoint and ClassServer.
List of students at Neveh Channah HS, Etzion Bloc, Israel who are involved in running internet based projects. Members of groups using computer technology, software and internet to carry out community service projects such as publishing community service pages on the internet. The list will allow collaboration & distance communication to club task members.
University information list on topics such as free software and open source systems.
This listserv is for teachers and administrators whose schools are using Jackson Software's "GradeQuick" grading program.
Mailing list of "Mongolian IT related Students' Assocation". Discussion of education and computer science
This list is for sharing resources, ideas and strategies for teaching young learners ages 4-8 years old. We will focus on the use of educational technologies including educational software, online resources and various hardware tools.
This list will serve as a communication tool for the North Carolina Computer Instructor's Association.
Hammer Time! is a collection of projects that enable people with accessible resources and information used to create and obtain the things they want. As of now, Hammer Time! is a host to... * The Tool Cooperative * The Free Store * Movie Nights This mailing list will give irregular updates about the projects regarding news, events, and meetings.
SEYSA Prize 2012
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Envision Product Innovation Academy Center for Initiatives in Pre-College Education
This mailing list is for people interested in the application of metaphysics through leading edge audio and visual technologies such as the use of holographics, digital imaging and accelerated learning
Announce Only List About Book Port, the portable book reading machine from American Printing House for the Blind. This list keeps you informed about important changes to this highly useful tool. See www.aph.org/tech/bp_info.htm for more information.
This list is set up for the PLS 440 class at Wright State, but anyone can join. The class is called "Constitutional Law I," but is more accurately called "Constitutional Development I." A description of the course is located on the home page (see below). This list receives notices of all new material uploaded to the course -- including live course lectures, course announements, PowerPoint slides, and any comments offered by students. This list also facilitates discussion about issues of concern to the course subject. This can come in the form of commentary, questions or passing along news stories. Anyone is welcome to join and participate, so long as contributions are civil and helpful. Please bookmark this page in the event you want to unsubscribe.(Students: please be aware that this list is public and should NOT be used for communicating matters of a confidential nature (e.g., grades, personal problems, etc.)).
Integrating technology into the English classroom via WebQuests and Moodle learning environments.
Discussion topics of interest for the Bilingual and Intercultural Educational Community in Guatemala. Topics covered include the use of Tecnology, Information and Communication tools in schools in Guatemala. http://www.ebiguatemala.org
This is a technological tool that helps us to be aware of what happens to us as students of Andean Headquarters of the National University of Rio Black. It is important to treat each other with respect, and to advise, comment or discuss what is happening to us. Welcome! We discuss technology, TICs, engineering, electronics from a university.
List of members of the Illinois Judges Association. This list helps these judges keep aware of changes in all areas of law, including product design and manufacture, patent, engineeering, architecture
This is a section committee members mailing list for International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, School Libraries and Resource Centers Section.
Curtin Engineers Club news and upcoming events!
Mailing list for CAC Mustangs.
This is the email group for First At Home to share how to use computers and the internet for home education at no cost/low cost and for announcements as needed.
Sometimes housing professionals encounter an issue that is state specific. Emailing everyone in the region would be excessive but contacting colleagues in the state would be just right! Join this list for state specific housing questions within the SWACUHO region.
The RIC list will be used create a sharing community for educators who are exploring the use of radios for instruction and curriculum integration. We will encourage teachers to create and share lesson plans and learning activities, and to experiment with all kinds of wireless communication equipment.
Possibilities - How to expand your intelligence. Educational and behavior change technologies, which means strategies and concepts for learning, memorization, creativity, self-controlled application of emotions and other. Our mission is to share all new practical stuff on intelligence and auto-leadership.
Sponsored by the Sloan Consortium, SL-NET (Second Life - Networking Education and Technology) is a group of college and university educators using Second Life and other technology to provide more effective learning experiences for their students and professional development opportunities for themselves.
Route 66 Literacy is the first web based service for teaching literacy using open source technology and creative commons content (example, Flickr images). Simia lar to Bookshare.org, Benetech's other literacy program, Route 66 Literacy improvements will be iterative based on the community feedback.
This list is to complement the Noteworthy_Nug list (a discussion list) and NoteworthyNews (a newsletter list) with a third list aimed only at purchased users of NoteWorthy Virtual Notecards software. (We are the developer.) This list would be used to advise purchased users of bugs and bug fixes, and of any news suitable for purchased users but not for everyone who has opted in for our newsletter.
This list is for announcements concerning NoteWorthy Virtual Notecards, a cross-platform (Mac/PC) database for notes, quotes and bibliography from IntelliGents, LLC (http://www.intelli-gents.com)
We're a couple of international students attending a university of applied sciences and discuss projects, handle study-related issues that arise and organize internal stuff.
This is where teachers, students, and Sailing Through School officers can communicate freely about the 2005-2006 r/c landsailing program. Member schools include: AS#1 (coach Stevens), Ballard HS (coach Foster), Nathan Hale HS (coach Cabot), Roosevelt HS (coach Muhs), and Whitman MS (coach Staheli). Is it blowing like snot outside? You want to go sailing?? Let others know and GO! (Sand Point lot, UW Montlake lot, Whitman's blacktop...) You can also bring up: 1. design/constructions issues 2. suggestions for projects... 3. ideas for future events... 4. questions or comments about the physics of r/c landsailing... 5. more
Get the latest weather, updates and other information concerning SKYWARN in Rhode Island
This list is started by students of the UMIT - a private university in Austria. We have different backgrounds (doctors, pilots, police, logistics, emergency teams) and will discuss problems related to crises and disaster management. We will discuss about technologies and problems related to digital radio for police, fire department and rescue teams, satellite and navigation systems, as well as equipment and operation of our modern rescue speedboat and software related topics like implementing an anonymous critical incident reporting system and other tools to prevent or manage disaster scenarios.
This Discussion group is for all civitas academica University of Tirtayasa Banten Indonesia. Most of the topics are related to Information technology, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgy, Chemical, Industrial Engineering, Economy, Law, Social Culture and etc... The major discussion will be conduct using Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesia Language).
This is a listserv for those interested in helping establish an online archive of edited Supreme Court cases.
University study abroad discussion list for MINF 4940 International Business Technologies Course
This list will be used for interaction among the Free Software Community in CUSAT
The Home X discussion list is for the current students and alumni of the Disruptive Home Economics class at Parsons. The Home X list is for the discussion of class logistics, assignments, and other relevant topics, as well as a resource for general DIY technology dialogue. Use the list as a resource, but do your homework first. The list ain't google. Try google first. Put those who don't in the cross-hairs. And remember this class is a gang. Treat the other classes accordingly.
AmblesideOnline is a support group for homeschoolers using the technology of the internet to provide high quality home education at no cost. Ambleside Online (www.AmblesideOnline.org) is designed to be as close as possible to the curriculum that Charlotte Mason used in her own PNEU schools. Given our present limitations, which include the limited availability of high quality, accurate books, we have merged her method with 20th century technology by providing an online curriculum plan free to users. We also create custom e-texts, and midi files for study that are passed on for free public use.
Mailing list for the discussion of IT support for 'Visi-Pitch' software for current students, alumni and participants in the Starbuck Fluency Clinic program at SUNY Geneseo, NY.
This is an internal organization list for Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien, Washington. All people on this list are employees of the school.
An open and unmoderated list for users of the Athenaeum Library software for schools (all versions from Light through to Pro)
Missouri state users group for use of Infinite Campus