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#1 gav


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Posted 22 May 2006 - 05:36 PM

Thought it would be good if forum members listed the websites they have been using most recently. There is so much stuff out there and often I get many of my best links from this forum.

Here are three sites that I've found recently:


- I've used this to set up a system whereby I can access my home PC from school - I can now view all of my media files (pics, video, audio, recorded tv) in school - on data projector straight from my home pc - which ever classroom I am in. No more transferring stuff between computers/cds/memory sticks etc. I can also set up 'areas' to allow other people to access certain folders on my hard drive - passwords can be created. I'm only just getting to grips with it, but it does seem very useful. You will need windows xp service pack 2 or windows media centre installed though.


This is another site I've just started using. It is for the windows media centre operating system but has an excellent forum with lots of technical stuff on using the OS.

On a different theme this site is a good resource which I've recently found and will be using for teaching A2 Politics:


Free Mp3 readings of anarchist texts and broadcasts about anarchism - sixth formers will be able to learn while on the bus!

So what sites are you using at the moment?

#2 Dafydd Humphreys

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Posted 22 May 2006 - 05:54 PM


Nuff said


Free DivX copies of all the best British TV programmes in recent years.


DivX copies of classic, foreign and obscure films and TV shows.
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#3 DAJ Belshaw

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Posted 22 May 2006 - 07:40 PM

1. Last.fm

Social music bookmarking (kind of - have a look!)

2. EffectiveICT.co.uk/forum

A place to discuss the pedagogy and practice of ICT across the curriculum (run by Andrew and myself!)

3. PopURLs.com

The latest stories from across the Internet. Tends to be technology-related...

Doug :hehe:

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