Teachers CAN hack IT

A mind map of useful stuff for (language) teachers.

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1. Finding Stuff

1.1. Publications

1.1.1. Horizon Report

1.1.2. ACARA

1.1.3. Journals

1.2. Search strategies

1.2.1. Common Craft Video: Web Search Strategies

1.2.2. 100+ Google Tricks for Teachers

1.2.3. Even Google makes mistakes

1.2.4. How Google works (info graphic)

1.2.5. Knowing where to look

1.2.5.1. Slideshare.net

1.2.5.2. Flickr

1.2.5.3. Vimeo

1.2.5.4. YouTube

1.2.5.5. CreativeCommons

1.3. RSS

1.4. RSS in Plain English

1.4.1. Google Reader

1.4.2. Flip Board

1.5. Professional Learning Network

1.5.1. Twitter

1.5.1.1. Tweeps to follow

1.5.1.1.1. @kukukukuku's PLN Stars

1.5.1.1.2. @joedale's MLF Twitterati

1.5.1.1.3. @joedale's WL Teachers

1.5.2. Google +

1.5.2.1. How Google+ will succeed

1.5.3. Social networking

1.5.3.1. Infographic

1.5.4. Pinterest

1.5.5. Webinars

2. Finding Stuff Again

2.1. Diigo

2.1.1. Social Bookmarking in Plain English

2.2. Zotero

2.3. Evernote

2.4. Pinterest

3. Sharing Stuff

3.1. F2F, paper, email, newsletters, mailing lists...

3.2. Blogging, wikis, et al

3.2.1. A Maths example

3.2.2. TechnoLanguages

3.2.3. Joe Dale

3.3. Tools to pass stuff on

3.3.1. TinyURL

3.3.1.1. This mindmap

3.3.2. Jogtheweb

3.3.3. QR code generators

3.4. Resource Repositories

3.4.1. Teachers Pay Teachers

3.4.2. TES Australia

3.4.3. Scootle

4. Storing Stuff

4.1. Cloud Computing

4.1.1. Dropbox

4.1.2. Google Drive

4.1.2.1. Google Docs in Plain English

5. Hiding & Protecting Stuff

5.1. Digital Safety

5.1.1. Cyber Smart

5.1.2. Budd:e

5.2. Digital Privacy

5.2.1. Facebook?

5.2.2. Self-censorship

5.3. Digital Reputation

5.3.1. e-portfolios

5.3.2. LinkedIn