Google Sites vs. WikispacesUsually I use Wikispaces. I'm giving Google Sites a try. It is ad-free automatically. I still like Wikispaces better. The URL is easier to hand out. It is easier to make it publicly editable. I know I can get an ad-free space for education, but I don't want to take advantage of their generosity too often.
The Session IdeaI am going to offer a session I'll probably call Free PD at Home. It's going to be a discussion of places teachers can go to learn online. There are various categories on the left side of the screen including Classroom 2.0 Webinars, Discovery Education, EdCamps, EdTechTalk, Global Education Conference, ISTE, iTunes University, K12 Online Conference, Podcasts, TED Talks, TEDx, Ustream, and other opportunities.
Do Me a FavorPlease go to the Google Site and see what I've used as resources. If you have a particular TED Talk, podcast, Ustream, or anything else, I'd like to add you as a contributor to the site. You can add your recommendation. The site is under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
This is under my Google Apps account for mrsoro.com. I would have made it public, but I haven't figured out how to do it...yet.
Zannol, Guilio. "Street Creative Commons." Guili-O's photostream. 2009 Apr 7. 2010 Jul 13.