Google Books a virtual library - What are the Implications?
Hey, Mrs. O! a link is broken! - Use your Internet research skills to find the answer. Answering directions
Read: Justice Department urges court to reject Google book deal CNN Technology news
Listen to: Who should control the Virtual Library? on NPR online.
Describe the issues surrounding Google Books.
Benefits - Who will benefit from this effort?
Detriments - Who will be harmed or lose as a virtual library is built?
What are the implications for people who work in the book publishing industry?
What are the implications for people who work in the library industries?
How will this impact individual readers?
Do you support building a virtual libray? Support your answer.
Podcasting as a tool
Examine Online Collaboration and Social Networking - Web 2.0
Using Online Collaboration and Social Networking to do work
Consider the Power of Possibilities through Andreessen's eye
Thinking it through - writing a process
"The biggest enemy to learning is the talking teacher. " John Holt Three Skills for 21st Century Learning
Dig Deeper and act
TeacherTube | Bloggez- vous? Should you build a blog?
Watch the Wisdom of Crowds video and grasp the power of wiki - it's funny.
Food for thought - Did You Know 2.0? - Are you 21st Century Literate?
NSBA Report on Social Networking PDF | Limiting Legal liability for Citizen Journalists
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Save a tree - use a digital answer format - Highlight the text. Copy it. Paste it in a word processing document. Save the document in your folder. Answer on the word processing document in a contrasting color (not yellow) or font (avoid Symbol, , or other ornate artistic fonts). Save frequently as you work. Enter your name and the date in a header. Submit the assignment via a class dropbox or an email attachment. Bad things happen. Save a copy of your document in your computer. Proof your responses. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work.
Make your own printer paper answer sheet
Or perhaps you have the resources to record verbal answers. If you do, be sure to first read / record the question. Then record the answer immediately after it.