Saturday, May 28, 2011

Week in Review - A Big Thank You

I have to start this week in review by saying thank you to everyone that emailed, Tweeted, Facebooked, and commented in support of my efforts to stop someone from wholesale plagiarism of my posts. That issue combined with the normal end-of-the-year stress that all educators deal with made for a long week. It was good to hear so much positive feedback. Thank you all. Speaking of end-of-the-year stuff, congratulations to all of you who wrapped up your school year this week.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Put the Directions to the Side, Make the Learning Central
2. Two from the Archive - So Your Content Got Stolen, Now What?
3. Go Pileus - Drag and Drop File Sharing
4. What's Up With That? - Guest Post
5. Compare & Contrast Map - A Writing Template
6. webNotes - Takes Notes On Your Android Device and Computer
7. How to Create a Movie Using JayCut

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