Free Webinar December 9: “One Tool at a Time” Webinar – Topic: Flickr Fun

from ISTE-SIGMS:

One Tool at a Time: Build Your Toolbelt is a monthly webinar series brought to you by ISTE’s SIGMS and SIGILT. Each webinar will last 30 minutes and will focus on a particular tool. Classroom integration strategies will be highlighted and there will be time for discussion.

Tuesday, December 9, 2010

“One Tool at a Time” Webinar – Topic: Flickr Fun

Tuesday, Dec 9th at 8:30pm ET/7:30pm CT/6:30pm MT/5:30pm PT

Presenter: Margaret Gaudino, Instructional Technology Specialist, Montgomery County Public Schools, MD

Description: Come learn some fun ways to use Flickr to support teaching and learning. Flickr has some great tools that allow you to select and share content with students. Participants will learn how to create Flickr Galleries, slide shows, and Geo-tag their photos. Margaret is currently an Instructional Technology Specialist in Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland, developing and delivering professional development to support effective instructional strategies that integrate technology in the school library media center and classrooms. Margaret has been both a school library media specialist and an elementary classroom teacher. We will be using the Learn Central Host Your Own Webinar room.

How to connect: http://tinyurl.com/lcparticipant

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About The Unquiet Librarian

I'm a librarian and writing teacher who loves learning, literacy, stories, learning, dogs, poetry, fabulous shoes, and good lip gloss; I'm also a 2011 Library Journal Mover and Shaker.

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