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Resources.
Below you will find links to all of the resources mentioned in the guide as well as
some additional resources that may be of interest to you.
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http://docs.google.com http://edublogs.org http://wikispaces.com http://snagfilms.com
http://show.zoho.com http://drop.io http://voicethread.com http://schooltube.com
http://animoto.com http://weebly.com http://ediscio.com http://dotsub.com
Additional presentation Additional blogging and Additional collaborative Additional Alternatives
tools. website tools. project tools. to YouTube
http://glogster.com http://blogger.com http://pbworks.com
http://sliderocket.com http://wordpress.com http://wetpaint.com http://teachertube.com
http://slidesix.com http://tumblr.com http://flowchart.com http://ted.com
http://xtranormal.com http://onsugar.com http://viddler.com
http://webs.com http://history.com
http://yola.com http://hulu.com
http://bigthink.com
http://fora.tv
http://current.tv
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Richard Byrne is a high school social studies Richard Byrne can be reached via email at
teacher in a western Maine high school. He richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com
currently teaches US History and has previously
taught Contemporary World Studies.
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The award-winning blog Free Technology for
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free web-based technologies in their classrooms.
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