Wrap-Up of Memphis EduTweetUp (May 2010)

Memphis’ inaugural EduTweetUp was a great event. Eighteen teachers from many different schools and districts in the greater Memphis area, Tipton County, TN, and Byhalia, MS, enjoyed an evening of food and fun as we networked and shared ideas. The Web 2.0 Smackdown was a fun way for us to share online technologies and services and discuss strategies for integrating them with teaching and learning. A special thanks to Melissa Smith for co-organizing the event.

Below are the slides from the meeting followed by a few resources from the evening.



Review the tweets and links using the event tag: #metu.

EduTweetUps for the Fall are already in the works. Please add your information to the Memphis EduTweetUp database to receive information about future events.

MidSouthEdTech is a Google Group open to anyone in the region interested in educational technology.

Here are the links from the Web 2.0 Smackdown.

  • PhoneVite – Community-based voice broadcasting (Phone tree service)
  • Spanish PowerPoints – Games and resources for learning Spanish
  • Google Voice
  • Super Teacher Tools
  • Big Huge Labs
  • Sweet Search – A search engine for students
  • A Thin Line.org – Developed by MTV to empower students to “identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse”
  • Sync.in and Primary Pad – Alternatives to EtherPad
  • Historical Reenactments with Twitter
  • EduTecher – Resources for teacher
  • Triptico – eLearning design and professional development
  • Blabberize
  • Google Squared
  • Storybird – Collaborative storytelling
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