Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending August 7, 2010
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Plato’s Allegory of the Cave
hosted by St. Edward’s University: Teaching 3 83, 233, 24
Real-time social media search and analysis
diffChecker is a free online diff tool that quickly and easily gives you the text differences between two files. Simply upload or paste the contents of two files and click ‘Find Difference!’
Second Life Destination Guide
A Virtual World Directory for your Virtual Life
Realtime Social Search: 48ers was created to help you search for what’s happening right now.
The Emerald Viewer is a third party viewer for the Second Life® virtual world. It is based on Linden Lab’s® viewer version 1.23.5 (and recently Snowglobe 1.3), with features added to improve performance, increase usability, and generally enhance the user experience.
Second Life Third-Party Viewer Directory
eleven third-party views listed
Second Life Quick Start Guide
Viewer 2.0 Quick Start Guide
Community of Inquiry
This site documents the work completed during a Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities research funded project entitled “A Study of the Characteristics and Qualities of Text-Based Computer Conferencing for Educational Purposes”.
Teaching & Learning Centre Resource Library
includes a series of tip sheets offering methods to improve teaching and learning performance in the classroom
Lore: An E-Journal for Teachers of Writing
Welcome to Lore, an e-journal for adjuncts and graduate students who teach writing at colleges and universities. This journal is designed to provide a forum for sharing knowledge, building communities, and voicing concerns about what happens in the classroom.
40+ Web Design and Development Resources for Beginners
We aim to give you an overview of a few things things that are essential to a well-rounded knowledge of web design.
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