Monthly Archives: February 2010

China Connections

The rich tapestry of sights, sounds, smells and experiences that is China captivated students Tom Freudenthal and Lance Whitehill during their recent visit to Shenzhen and Hong Kong with Professor Peter Temple. Prof.  Temple was exploring possibilities for cooperative and … Continue reading

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Me and Steve Jobs: How to Deliver a Great Presentation

I’ve been invited to talk about social media in education at the annual NHWHEL Spring Conference in April. It’s very exciting because I have so many recent examples not only from Keene State College, but from K-16 across the country. My … Continue reading

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Google Calendar on your iDevice

By Matthew Ragan To add the Google Calendar to your iPod Touch or iPhone to the following Step 1: Select the settings application Step 2: Select the “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” portion of the settings page. Step 3: Select “Add Account…” … Continue reading

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Google Calendar – Simple Steps

By Matthew Ragan Interested in learning how to subscribe to calendars using GCal? Here are some simple steps that will walk you through that process Step 1: Do you have a google/gmail account? Yes: Okay, great! Head to and … Continue reading

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Embedding a PowerPoint Presentation

By Matthew Ragan Presentation slides are handy things for students, in fact for anyone, to have after a lecture or talk is long over. PowerPoint documents, especially, can contain useful information that’s valuable to look back on. In many way’s … Continue reading

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