Saturday, October 5, 2013

Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Max loves to swim.
Good morning from Maine where we're still enjoying beautiful autumn weather. In fact, it has been so nice that one of my dogs is still insisting on going swimming whenever we get near water.

I am grateful to so many of you who have invited me to your events and or recommended me to others. Because of you October is shaping up to be a busy month. This morning I'm giving a virtual keynote for the Douglas County (Colorado) School District. Next week I'll be in North Dakota for a Title I and Special Education Conference. The 16th-18th I'll be in Washington for the Washington Library Media Association's annual conference. And I'll wrap-up the month in Grande Prairie, Alberta where I'll be running a Google Apps workshop.

This month I am also running a webinar series on using Google Drive in school. Due to a last-minute cancellation two spots are available in the webinar.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Word Sense - See the Connections Between Words
2. Seven Alternatives to iGoogle
3. The Shape of Life - Dozens of Biology Videos and Other Lesson Materials
4. Explain 3D - 3D Animations of Simple Machines
5. The Sights and Sounds of Autumn
6. Myths vs. Facts About Copyright Infringement
7. Collaboratively Create Multimedia Documents With Lucidpress

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