links for 2010-05-29

  • ClamXav is a free virus checker for Mac OS X. It uses the tried, tested and very popular ClamAV open source antivirus engine as a back end.
    (tags: mac antivirus)
  • AirStash stores your movies, music, photos, and documents and wirelessly shares them with your phone, media player, netbook, tablet, computer, and more. Use AirStash like a USB flash drive to drag & drop the files you want to your SD card while charging the built-in lithium polymer battery, then unplug & play on all of your browser-enabled WiFi devices*.
  • I spend a lot of time visiting innovative classrooms in New York City. As I do, there is something that I've noticed in many classes I've visited – there are still some educators that don't seem to know the no nos for teaching with a projector or interactive whiteboard (IWB). Perhaps it's easier to notice when you're sitting as an audience member or an observer which is not often the case for teachers. If you're an innovative educator teaching with a projector or IWB, you too might be engaging in a no no or two.
  • We are a group of educators getting practical in our respective Primary School classrooms with the iPod Touch.

    Our aims for this website are:

    To be the one place you need to go to get all the information, reviews and views on Ipod Touch apps for use in education.

    To share our experiences and our opinions (the good, the bad and the ugly) about apps that we are using in our schools.

  • FedFlix, hosted by the Internet Archive, is a collection of nearly 2000 films produced by the US government during the 20th Century. The topics of these films range from presidential speeches to agricultural practices to public health and safety. Some films are instructional in nature, for example there is a film for police officers on how to arrest someone. Other films are more informative in nature and some films are flat-out propaganda films.

    All of the FedFlix films are in the public domain so feel free to reuse and remix them as you and your students desire. The films can be downloaded or viewed online. Films can also be embedded into your blog or website. -free technology for teachers

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