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Nicenet is a non-profit organization of Internet professionals who give their time to provide services to the Internet community.

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    learn.fi.edu Introduction

    Further information about Nicenet can be found at http://www.nicenet.org/ica/ica_info.cfm Using this resource, students can work collaboratively on research tasks despite being separated by distance over the summer break. They can continue to share links and documents as their A level study comme... Read article

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    eduscapes.com High Tech Learning: Learning Spaces: Course Management Systems

    Nicenet.org (free to educators, librarians, non-profits) - provided internal email and discussion forums. Sakai Project (free, open source) - high-end system with many options. Used primarily by large universities for producing their own systems such as CourseTools (Michigan) CourseWorks (Stanfor... Read article

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    students.edfac.unimelb.edu.au How to use Nicenet

    Go to http://www.nicenet.org/ Type in your username and password and click on 'Log into the ICA' You are in the Literacy Intervention Strategies discussion board. Go to http://www.nicenet.org/ This will take you to the front page of the Nicenet site. Click on 'Join a Class' (near the top of the b... Read article

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    wmich.edu Electronic Community Resources

    For a more educationally oriented environment, check out 21 Beat Street , a voluntary community of writers and students joined by those working for credit from public schools and workshops for intern teachers. Its creators, Virginia Little and Dirk Flinthart, help interested teachers set up their... Read article

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    billofrightsinstitute.org Bill of Rights Institute: 8 Ways to Build Students’ Reading Skills

    Offer a wide range of texts and difficulty levels: an easy & objective introduction to establish foundation & vocabulary, a second text that is more comprehensive, and a third text from another perspective to compare and contrast. Encourage collaboration including both face to face discussion and... Read article

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    nicenet.net Nicenet: Contact Us

    Contact Us Support is available via email at: questions@nicenet.org To Make a Donation Information about donating to Nicenet is available on our donations page . Sponsorship Opportunities If you would like to discussion sponsorship opportunities see sponsorship information page . All Other Inquir... Read article

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    christianteacherforum.wordpress.com New Ideas for Using Technology in the Classroom | Christian Teacher Forum

    In order for your program to truly be successful, you also need your students to have computer/internet access at home or in a computer lab at school that they can use during their study hall hours. #1–Nicenet. Located at www.nicenet.org , this is an amazing teacher tool, especially for challengi... Read article

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    rvanbrunt.com BOCES BLOG: Students' summer reading reports go online in real time

    "Because I knew I was going to post, I paid more attention and highlighted some things in the book, which I usually don't do," said Rebecca McAlexander, a sophomore at White Station High School, posting to nicenet.org on "How to Read Literature like a Professor." "I think I like the online posts ... Read article

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    nooneknowsyet.edublogs.org What no one knows yet… - Paperless Classroom

    8-B-1 Paperless Classes This post is in response to the prompts of 8-B-1. The article on paperless classes prompted me to think about classroom management. One of the tools I have used in my classroom is the Internet Classroom Assistant called Nicenet ( http://www.nicenet.org/ ). After three year... Read article

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    learning.blogs.nytimes.com Getting Well - NYTimes.com

    Sources of free blogging tools, resources and space include Blogger ( http://www.blogger.com ), WordPress ( http://wordpress.com/ ), LiveJournal ( http://www.livejournal.com ) and Blog.com ( http://blog.com/ ). Nicenet ( http://www.nicenet.org ) provides online space for classroom use. The Newspa... Read article

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    readwritethink.org Peer Review - ReadWriteThink

    Consider having two peer review sessions for the same project to encourage more thought and several rounds of revision. Have students review and comment on each other’s work online using Nicenet , a class blog, or class website. Have students write a class book, then take turns bringing it home t... Read article

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    sia-news2.blogspot.com Sia-news (2): Nicenet (anun)

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    beckyfiedler.com Eportfolio Journeys: I-cubed: The Internet and Inexpensive Interactivities

    Finally, if the items in the laundry list are the "small pieces," then web presence for a classroom brings in the "loosely joined" aspect. I plan to show a few low-threshold ways (i.e. Classwebs , NiceNet , and others) for teachers to set up a space to join these small pieces to suit their instru... Read article

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    wordsareworlds.net Words are worlds I sailed upon: Wiki Update

    Basically, no one at the middle school has attempted to create an online learning space to supplement the physical classroom. By "online learning space" I would include such technologies such as WikiSpaces , Web CT , NiceNet , PHP Bulletin Boards , Oracle's Think , or Sakai . Basically, I’m the f... Read article

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    tom-wolsey.suite101.com Comparing Online Tools for Classrooms: How to Choose Wikis, Blogs or Threaded Discussions for Classroom Use | Suite101.com

    Threaded discussions may be created in the school’s course management system, but online tools at Ning and Nicenet are also useful for discussion purposes. If collaboration on a common project is the instructional goal, and individual authorship by a student is less critical, then a wiki might be... Read article

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