jueves, 23 de octubre de 2008


Cute And Funny Animals Part Two

From: spiderweb99, 9 months ago

Cute And Funny Animals Part Two
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Animals Behaving Badly

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martes, 21 de octubre de 2008

karina salazar

web 2.0 tools for ESL/EFL teaching (how to become web literate)

From: thiagoedu, 3 months ago

You shall see most apps and site from the web 2.0 here, in a ppt designed to help ESL/SFL teachers cope with the web 2.o in class. Topics disscussed: efl teaching, esl teaching, web 2.0, delicious, tagging. social bookmarking, microblogging, blogging, twitter, alice in wonderland, digital native, digital immigrant, digital voyer, digital refugee, podcast, rss reader, feed, aggregate. Care to leave a comment? Thanks! Thiago Eduardo - thiagoedu@gmail.com (presentation made for a Braz-Tesol one day seminar in Brasilia, Brazil on May 30th, 2008)

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lunes, 20 de octubre de 2008

The Impact of the Web On Call Part 1

The Impact of the Web on CALL 1 & 2

From: MIKIWEY, 1 week ago

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martes, 14 de octubre de 2008


HyperCard Presentation. CALL.

From: lady_pink, 1 week ago

Power point presentation about CALL.


David meet Goliath: The Mac is born.

A Guide to Hypercard.

The Contribution of Hypercard to CALL

Minitel,Microconcord, Eurocall takes shape

The Late 80’s: From Knowledge Navigator to the WWW.

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jueves, 18 de septiembre de 2008

What is a Podcast?

Below is a definition of podcasting pulled from Wikipedia that provides you with information about podcasting, its roots and some of the techincal aspects surrounding podcasting. The following is provided free from editing and I take no credit for this wonderful explanation.

Podcasting, created by former MTV VJ Adam Curry, is a term that was devised as a crisp way to describe the technology used to push audio content from websites down to consumers of that content, who typically listen to it on their iPod (hence the "pod") or other audio player that supports mp3 at their convenience. The term podcasting is meant to rhyme with broadcasting and is a derivative of the iPod platform. While not directly associated with Apples iPod device or iTunes music service, the company did contribute both the desire and the technology for this capability. Podcasting is not unlike time-shifted video software and devices like TiVo, which let you watch what you want when you want by recording and storing video, except that podcasting is used for audio and is currently free of charge. Note, however, that this technology can be used to push any kind of file, including software updates, pictures, and videos.

Podcasting uses an XML-based technology called RSS, or Really Simple Syndication. Content publishers describe new content in an XML RSS file which includes dates, titles, descriptions, and links to MP3 files. This auto-generated file is called an RSS feed. The key to making podcasting work with RSS is enclosures, a feature supported by RSS 2.0.

What makes podcasting special is that it allows individuals to publish (podcast) radioshows, that interested listeners can subscribe to. Before podcasting you could of course record a radio show and put it on your website, but now people can automatically receive new shows, without having to go to a specific site and download it from there.

retrieved from: http://www.podcastalley.com/what_is_a_podcast.php

jueves, 4 de septiembre de 2008

miércoles, 3 de septiembre de 2008

CALL advantages

Some of the advantages:

The CALL is a good approach for te
ach language because this present interactive elements.

Students develop autonomy.

Students learn the different language skills.

Students practice what they are learning.

martes, 2 de septiembre de 2008


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