Project 252

Enda Donlon is one of the best known educators in Ireland and has a strong interest in educational technology. He has been a member of the fantastic CESI committee for many years. This year, he is embarking on a year-long project designed to crowd-source a list of edtech tools in order to compile an A-Z directory, Project 252. … Read more Project 252

Survey Results: Web 2.0 in Schools

As part of’s competition to win a HD Flip Cam, participants answered some questions about the Web 2.0 tools that they use in school and at home.  In this article, we’ll examine the results and explore some of the reasons behind the results.  It’s worth pointing out that the people who probably took the … Read more Survey Results: Web 2.0 in Schools

Clare Teachers Embark on European Web 2.0 Project

It’s great to hear about schools who take it upon themselves to be involved in worthwhile and innovative projects. The following is a news release from Jim O’Sullivan from O’Sullivan Software Solutions, which outlines a really cool Web 2.0 project taken on by ten schools in Co. Clare. “Teachers from eight Primary and two Secondary … Read more Clare Teachers Embark on European Web 2.0 Project

Why are we still being filtered in school?

Because of the annoying blocking of YouTube by the powers that be in HeaNet, Seaghan Moriarty from Digilogue and has created Teachers’ TV – an Irish version.  Though the site is not completely finished, it is now live and accepting videos.  The idea was hatched because a number of teachers really wanted to use … Read more Why are we still being filtered in school?

New NCTE course coming up…

The NCTE are finally embracing Web 2.0 and will be giving a course on blogs, wikis and other Web 2.0 applications.  They’re currently looking for tutors, which means there will probably be holding courses by this autumn or next spring.  More information can be found at:

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