We’ve teamed up with Gerry Lyons from Na Píobairí Uilleann to win a super prize! Pipe Up, an Irish Traditional Music Resource DVD-ROM, is produced by Na Píobairí Uilleann, the association of uilleann pipers, and aims to bridge the knowledge gap about Irish traditional instruments using the latest computer technology. We’re giving away 5 copies of this … Read more Competition: Pipe Up
I was one of fifty lucky teachers to be accepted on Google’s Teacher Academy in London this week. Held in their offices in St. Giles’ High Street, we were treated to two days of training from some of the world’s best educators. From the second we sat down to the introductory talk, we were hit … Read more Google Teacher Academy: Reflection
Liosdoire Computers have teamed up with Anseo.net for a great competition. To celebrate Liosdoire’s upcoming YouTube channel, up for grabs is an AGFA HD Waterproof Digital Camera. In order to be in with a chance of winning the camera, think about your favourite YouTube video for education. Next, you need to paste the link to … Read more Competition: Win a Waterproof Video Camera!
As part of Anseo.net’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
Because of the annoying blocking of YouTube by the powers that be in HeaNet, Seaghan Moriarty from Digilogue and Scoil.net 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?