Teachers and students from European schools are working on tools regarding ELECTRONIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS like eJournals, Webquests, Weblogs, Websites, Video conferences, Photo imaging et cetera. It turns out that platforms like Lo-net2, Fronter, Moodle, TwinSpace etc. make it easy to collaborate.

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Sunday, August 27, 2006

Online Slideshows for digital photos

It´s an Open Source Tool. Teachers and students can use this Photo Slideshow Maker to create cool slide shows. You can email them to friends or publish them on the internet.
Have a look at my first slideshow about our last meeting in Greece and get your own account!

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

SQUIDOO: Explore lenses

SQUIDOO: Providing and fetching expertise
With Squidoo everyone (e.g. teachers and students) can build lenses on topics they care about. These persons are called lensmasters. Squidoo makes it easy to create, share and discover meaning online. Check my first lens about e-DigiSkills and build your own lenses!

Monday, August 07, 2006

Frappr Map for our eTwinning project

Frappr is a Web2.0 website, which makes use of Google maps. This site allows users of online communities to pin themselves on a map and to see other members´locations. Our eDigiSkills community is able to interact via email, chat and get in touch within different forums.
Click on the Frappr badge of our eTwinning blog e-competences to become a member.

What is a WebQuest?

If you want to know what a WebQuest is and how to make one, then have a look at the entry on our school's learning portal: http://plattform.rwg-bayreuth.de. It can be found under the link 'projects' and is in German language, but there are also links in English.