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Welcome the third edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia blog Carnival. This will be the last edition that I will be hosting this year. The fourth edition will be hosted by Wild About Math!.
Before we begin, let’s have some interesting trivia about the number three. » Read more
If you are a teacher, and you are not using one of the software mentioned here, hmmm…, maybe you should think about learning one.
I hope Jane Hart’s presentation will give you an idea what Web 2.0 tools you need to learn.
Gee, I use 36 of these. Hmmmm… does that make me a Web 2.0 addict?
Happy learning! 🙂