On Friday I presented at Eastern Michigan University on 10 ways to use a basic cell hones as a content-based learning tool. I couple the cell phone with 10 web2.0 resources. Below is the PowerPoint slide show that I shared during the presentation.
Here is a quick list of topics covered:
#3: Note taking and Organization
#7: Location Blogging
#8: Activist Alerts
On a side note, when I was upload ing the PowerPoint to slideshare I found out that slideshare now has a "private" option for slide shows so they are not automatically public when uploaded!
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