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2008 Summer Institute
LITT Google Group
RBUSD District Map
LITT Social Network
LITT Summer Institute - Day 3: The Read/Write Web in Education
Sharing: Proof-of-Concept Projects
How'd it go?
How might you use this with your students?
... in life?
Blogs and The Read/Write Web
Blog if You Love Learning: An Introduction to Blogs and the Read/Write Web
Activity: Create and Customize Your Own Blog
Blog If You Love Learning
Add a link to your blog to your
Optional: Upload your proof-of-concept project (from day 2) to your blog.
Wiki While You Work: An Introduction to Wikis in Education
Add a link to your wiki to your
Optional: Upload your proof-of-concept project (from day 2) to your wiki.
UPDATE: Due to spending additional time on Blogs and Wikis, we didn't spend any time on RSS or other services below. Feel free to explore these resources on your own!
It Really Is Really Simple: An Introduction to RSS in Education
Activity: Set Up An RSS Aggregator
Create an account at
Subscribe to some edublogs and other feeds.
Share items with your colleagues and/or students.
Add a link to your shared items to your
More Read/Write Web Services (Time Permitting):
Optional: Add a link to your page on any of these services to your
This wiki and the summer institute were originally developed by:
Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
President, Educational Technology and Life Corporation
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