Saturday, July 9, 2011

Week in Review - The Big Numbers Edition

Good morning (day, evening) from Maine where the sun is shining after a big, cats hiding under the bed, thunderstorm last night. Before heading out to enjoy a nice summer day I have compiled a list of this week's most popular posts. Before jumping to the list I have to say thank you to all of you who have supported and contributed to the growth of Free Technology for Teachers by subscribing, following me on Twitter, liking Free Technology for Teachers on Facebook, sharing ideas with me, and sharing posts with your friends and colleagues. Because of you this week for the first time Free Technology for Teachers surpassed 36,000 subscribers and 13,000 Facebook likes. Thank you!

Here are the most popular posts of the last week:
1. Three Ways to Create Fake Facebook Profiles for Historical Characters
2. 3 Free Android Apps for Recording Oral History
3. Google Books for Educators - A How-to Guide
4. Loop Labs - Mix Your Own Audio Tracks for Free
5. Infographics as Assessment
6. Lee's Map of Gettysburg
7. Five Ways to Visually Explore Wikipedia

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