The Power of Primary Sources and Web 2.0
Posted August 30, 2010on:
Glogster is emerging as a new favorite tool for students in the primary sources class. This fun easy to use tool for creating interactive posters and collaborative class projects is yet another way to enhance the use of primary sources and engage students. Monica, a media specialist in Georgia created a glog about Agirama, Georgia’s Agriculture Museum. The enticing glog features a photos of primary source artifacts and a You Tube video about a steam train. Take a look; you will want to want to take a trip to Georgia.
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