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October 10, 2008

This episode is super-sized at the same low, low price. I give information about how to go about acquiring media on the web. Found a picture and you're not sure if you have the right to use it? This episode is for you. We'll also go to Flickr, a photo sharing site, and use their tools to specifically find photos that suit your needs. Lastly, we'll examine the world map at Flickr. You can use it to find pictures that were taken all around the world!

 

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September 02, 2008

Use feeds and Google Reader to make information on the web come to you. And don't forget to subscribe to Techbytes while you're at it!

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Create great-looking logos, visual text, and buttons with this free-to-use web-based tool.

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This tool allows you create dynamic concept maps from an outline that you can enter and edit online.

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August 27, 2008

Visuwords is a great visual dictionary/thesaurus, accessible online, and with no downloads necessary.

 

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August 11, 2008

Here's a tool that is useful for outlining and creating mind maps. 

 

Keywords: education, mindmaps, outlining, technology, web2.0, webtool

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