Blog Posts About Our Science Online ‘09 Presentation

Wednesday, January 21, 2009
By Ms Baker

Blogging Biology, The Scientist

Science Online ‘09 – Saturday 10:15am, A Blog Around the Clock

What Your Future Students Think, Duke University Center for Instructional Technology

Science Online ‘09: Learning science with social media, Nobel Intent

Science Online ‘09 – Miss Baker and Her Students, Deep Sea News

Science Online – Middle/High School Perspective, Ideonexus

Science Online ‘09 Explores the Evolution of Science on the Web, BioTechniques

SBC09: Blogging for High School Science Classes, Lab Cat

Science Online ‘09 Saturday Summary, Confessions of a Science Librarian

One Response to “Blog Posts About Our Science Online ‘09 Presentation”

  1. Ryan Somma Says:

    Thanks again for hosting such an informative session.

    One of the students, when discussing Twitter as a tool for holding class discussions, mentioned that it was a little frustrating having to refresh the page to see new tweets. My friends and I use a Firefox Add-on called “Twitterfox” that acts like an Instant Messenger, popping up tweets as they occur and allowing you to respond through its interface. It runs in a little collapsible window at the bottom of your Firefox browser:

    Keep up the good work!

One Response to “Blog Posts About Our Science Online ‘09 Presentation”

  1. [...] but she’s coming back nonetheless, again with eight of her students. As you may remember, her session on the use of the Web in middle/high science classroom from the perspective of the Facebook [...]


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