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Thanks to Connect’s Kerry Rowett for the following text:

Are you doing some wonderful work connecting students using web 2.0 applications in your classroom … or keen to start? You might be interested in entering the Connect and SLAV web 2.0 competition 2009. What do you need to do? Work in a team to create a [...]

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Web 2.0 Cool tools for schools is a terrific wiki that groups Web 2.0 tools into categories such as:

videos
slideshows
presentations
widgets
research
image
audio
mapping
drawing
organising
music
writing and more.

Homepage

Most of the tools have examples or tutorials as well as a short comment about the individual site.
So if you have a task in mind, check this wiki out and you are sure to find [...]

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Kim Yeomans of St Martin of Tours Primary School in Rosanna has allowed Bright Ideas to gain insights in to the development of her library blog.
Kim says:

I did the SLAV Web 2.0 course last year and decided this year to set up a blog for our LRC. The LRC already has an active presence on our [...]

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Flowgram

Flowgram is a total online multimedia presentation tool. 

Flowgram homepage

Think Powerpoint with voiceover, interactive webpages, photos and more. Ideal for online conferences and even better for archiving conference sessions, Flowgram is almost as good as being there.
Here is a Flowgram on Web 2.0 by mseifman:

 Although it can be a little clunky to use, the benefits of Flowgram far [...]

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If you are having trouble convincing colleagues about the need for technology in schools, this video might just change their minds…  It would be a great way to begin a meeting or presentation on ICT in schools. (If you don’t have access to YouTube at school, consider accessing it at home and dropping it into [...]

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Have you had a tough time getting Web 2.0 tools on the agenda at your school? No matter what you try, those in power aren’t listening? Then why not try the idea of ‘one to one professional learning’. The idea here is that you chip away at people until they give in to the power of [...]

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