Learning Log-iGoogle

3 Dec

My iGoogle page!

With iGoogle, the big idea or concept here is organization and access. If I’m having to visit 6 different web pages to make comments on all of them and my own postings, how can I possibly make sure I do everything I am supposed to? Well, it’s quite hard but with iGoogle,I can put most of the sites on my iGoogle home page, check each one, make postings and comments where necessary, and not leave anything out. This is a great tool for getting updates too. I do not necessarily think I would use this for my middle school students, but our media specialist may be able to use this just like she posts all important links to our home media page. Organization is key! I will also add links that are great resources for my students and get updates from blogs that post language teaching ideas and websites. This was easy to put together and effective. I almost wish I had learned about it sooner. Seeing other classmates’ pages reminded me to add a few extra widgets. Yay classmates!

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