Monthly Archives: February 2011

Sending messages to parents in eWorkspace

eWorkspace can be used to send messages to staff, students and parents. The following describes the steps involved in sending a message to all the parents of students in a particular class: The Parents By Class button is currently not … Continue reading

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Using Wikispaces

Wikispaces is a really easy to use tool for creating wikis and there is loads of help to set them up on the Wikispaces website. In order to create a wiki for your students to post their thoughts and comments on each … Continue reading

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Staff Meeting (23/02/11)

Click the following for more information on: Information Technology Action Group (ITAG) Professional Development – Thursday Sessions And don’t forget to let me know if there is something that you want help with!

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Using Filtering to sort your mail in Outlook

If you want Outlook to automatically sort your mail, all you need to do is set up a filter. This will direct Outlook to put any mail from a particular sender or with a designated expression in the subject field into … Continue reading

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Professional Development Sessions

Once a fortnight I will be running a PD session for anyone interested on an issue relating to IT use in the College. When and Where? The sessions will be held from 3:30-4:30 on Day 4 in IT3. The same session will be repeated … Continue reading

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Information Technology Action Group (ITAG)

What is an ITAG, who are they and where can I get one? ITAG is the acronym that will be replacing ITCH (because of the possible negative connotations attached) and stands for Information Technology Action Group. We have taken this program … Continue reading

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Downloading Youtube videos for use in the classroom

Downloading There are a range of sites that allow you to download videos from YouTube. Below are step-by-step instructions to doing so with Zamzar and a brief rundown of the copyright issues involved. 1. Find the clip that you want … Continue reading

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