Wednesday, May 16

LA College Moves to Live@edu

View the article from Campus Technology

Los Angeles Community College District Moves to Live@edu

Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) is providing all of its students, faculty, and staff with accounts for cloud communication and collaboration tools using Microsoft's Live@edu.
Live@edu accounts will also be unified across all nine LACCD colleges, so students and faculty who study or teach at multiple colleges will have a single account, simplifying inter-college communications and eliminating the need for students and faculty to juggle multiple e-mail accounts.

Los Angeles Community College District serves more than 250,000 students each year. It is the largest community college district in the United States, with nine colleges serving 36 cities in the greater Los Angeles area.

Tuesday, May 15

FREE College Courses

As educators, we should be in the forefront of challenging and changing paradigms, especially those that pertain to education. Our pedagogy is being challenged right now as many schools are offering FREE online classes — from art history, anthropology and literature to engineering, biology, and math. Schools in the forefront include Johns Hopkins, MIT, Harvard, U of Michigan, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Stanford and Yale.

Here is one link to the story of the changing paradigm for teaching and learning. There are other links, but this one should get you started viewing the fantastic opportunities that await our students — and, consequently, ourselves.

NY Times

How should we as Guam educators prepare our students for this happening? How should we begin to take advantage of these great FREE gifts?

Tuesday, May 8

Google Apps 'Crib' Sheet

Several educators and administrators are gathering information so that they can be relatively conversant on using Google Apps For Educators.

Here is a pot of gold. You can access the specific topic from this Google Docs site:

Wednesday, May 2

Teacher Resource — Web 2.0 Tools

This is a powerful presentation of the many, many Web 2.0 tools that we, as educators, have at our fingertips. Add this site to your bookmarking resource tool  —