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After spending an hour searching my files for the program, I finally found it. What a relief! Last week, Jane recommended in her blog a free program called Irfanview which allows you to create a blog header made up of a montage of your own photos. It’s so easy that even I could use it!! Brilliant! Could be useful for powerpoint presentations too so I am going to give it a go.

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Each month I receive Early Childhood Association of Australia’s Web Watch. It has the latest up-to-date info regarding early learning and the links to other sites are worth investigating. A list of all previous ECA Web Watch postings can be found on their site.

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204252734_fba1eb1bb5_m.jpgI am always amazed at the material posted on the blog Hey Jude. As a fellow Sydney educator, I really enjoy reading about her work with her students. Importantly, the ideas, suggestions, and links are particularly useful in my work with other teachers and students. And you don’t have to be an IT geek to understand their use….thank god!! Have a look at the list of Student Tools listed by Judy.

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gogooligans71.gifJust came across some useful web tools while browsing some blogs particularly Hey Jude. I really liked the search tool Pandia for Kids and Teens . The GoGooligans search engine for kids is also a winner! I loved the Visuwords too, an online graphical dictionary. But the one that got me particularly excited was ReadTheWords. It allows you to upload any text you want read and it creates an mp3 file of the text. Simple! Even for me!! These tools will be great for the Multimodal project..

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