Catching up on my blogging, I came across the following interesting stories. Perhaps I will remember to use them in the future now that I have noted them here!
OER Commons: an open collection of quality, university-level lesson plans
Teens limit personal profile information — helps broaden the discussion about youth online safety
E-portfolios: Making Things E-asy — nice case study and overview of electronic portfolio technologies and implementation
Office and Windows for $3? — Ndiyo blog pokes a hole through Microsoft’s recent announcement. Why buy Office and Windows for $3 through your government when you can get Linux and OpenOffice for free?
Tons of free audio resources over at Open Culture, my new favorite blog
Google Maps releases My Maps, potentially useful to students and teachers
Bill releases DrupalEd — I just need five minutes to give it a try.
Interwrite Pad — another interactive pen alternative to Smart Boards and Tablet PCs
VMWare — possible alternative to Parallels. I would love to hear more first-hand comparisons of the two products.
Exe — learning content authoring tool
How to design effective action learning teams