Monthly Archives: August 2008

Coaching Calendar pre-preview

Stratepedia’s newest web app is online. Learn more about Coaching Calendar, a utility for instructional coaching scheduling and data management. Read

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Sorry about the downtime

We lost building power for a little while earlier today–unfortunately I was away from the office when it happened. Everything’s back up and running now. Sorry for any inconveniences–let me know if anything seems amiss.

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Stratepedia blog updates now available on Twitter!

Need another reason to join Twitter? How about notifications of new posts from this blog? Read

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New feeds added to feeds.stratepedia.org

No RSS reader? No problem–keep current on several CRL and SIM sites from one web page. Read

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Eric Langhorst uses Flip

Eric Langhorst was the keynote speaker at MACE and actively contributes to his blog, Speaking of History.   Today he gave a shout out to our buddy Flip! I just love it when my blog entries intertwine.   Langhorst is constantly coming … Read

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Have you gone a-Twitter? A few tips for getting started

Twitter’s taken instructional coaching by storm. (Or maybe it’s the other way around.) Here are a few ways to help make Twitter work better for you. Read

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Dossier might be down for a little while tonight

I’ve got to do some work on Dossier’s server this evening which may require me to shut down the site for a bit, starting around 6:00 CDT. I’ll have things back up and running as quickly as possible.

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Sue’s blogging, and you can too!

SIM Professional Developer extraordinaire Sue Woodruff has started her own blog. Says Sue: I’ve decided to document this year’s journey with a blog. I will invite other SIM professional developers to tag along. I am involved in adolescent literacy projects … Read

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Adding friends, family and colleagues in Goodreads

A social network can be a pretty lonely place when you’re the only one there. Let’s start adding to our network of friends and colleagues on Goodreads. Read

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Au revoir, S.O.S.: Upcoming changes to Stratepedia support options

Our grand experiment in online peer support is drawing to a close, but there are still plenty of other ways to get help with Stratepedia. Plus: New documentation coming! Read

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