Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar, Matt Bergman-Featured Teacher "Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools".

August 20, 2016

00:13 to: Peggy George
Welcome to all of you! Thank you so much for joining us!

00:19 to: Eileen
Hello Peggy and everyone😀

00:27 to: Peggy George
Matt's blog:

00:49 to: Sheri Edwards
So excited for this to share with my staff

00:50 to: Peggy George
Hi Suzanne! So glad you could join us!

01:12 to: Peggy George
Lots of great links in our Livebinder today from Matt!

01:16 to: Suzanne Sallee
Good morning Peggy!!

01:25 to: Peggy George
Matt's blog is terrific!

01:30 to: Deb Cassidy 1
Ciao Tiziana!

01:33 to: Peggy George
Hi Kg and Missy K :-)

01:48 to: Peggy George (Follow Matt Bergman on Twitter)

01:49 to: Missy K
Hello All! :)

01:55 to: Peggy George
Welcome Gene!

02:00 to: Sheri Edwards
Hershey, Penn ! Sweet!

02:17 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
My wife @sfryer really wants to learn more about UDL this year

02:21 to: Peggy George
Matt is such an inspiring educator! I follow him everywhere! :-)

02:47 to: Peggy George
Thank you so much Matt for sharing with us today!! We are so lucky to have you!

02:51 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
It's been quite a while since I've visited Hershey.

03:05 to: Peggy George
Fantastic intro Maureen! Thanks! :-)

03:06 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Welcome, Matt.:)

03:14 to: Peggy George
Welcome Marian!

03:27 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
That was a great introduction, Maureen. :)

03:37 to: Peggy George
great answer Matt! :-) Thanks!

03:42 to: Peggy George
Welcome Cynthia!!!

04:02 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
"inspired by the power of images"

04:16 to: Peggy George
totally agree with that Wes!

04:42 to: Peggy George
We know that but it's so easy to forget!!!

04:52 to: Peggy George
Hi Stella! Always great to hav eyou with us!

04:55 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
"UDL is all about reaching students in ways that work best for them"

05:19 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar
Hi! I was unable to join you earlier.

05:20 to: Peggy George
This would be terrific if you would share on Twitter during or after today's show. Hashtag: #liveclass20

05:46 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Offering ways for all learners is such a strength that Matt brings to his work!

05:56 to: Peggy George
all of the research tells us that if we include an image in our tweets or blog posts they are much more likely to be read :-)

05:59 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
"65% of our population identifies themselves as visual learners"

06:09 to: Peggy George
I LVOE that picture!!!

06:28 to: Anne Louise
Show the source of that image?

06:28 to: Peggy George
great statistic Wes! :-) I'm definitely one of them!

06:42 to: @bcdtech Maureen
@Peggy- bet not everyone in the audience can identify that woman

06:42 to: Peggy George

06:49 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
I'd love to learn the source of the 90% brain info is visual statistic

06:53 to: Lorie Moffat
Betty White

06:57 to: Peggy George
good point Maureen!

07:18 to: Peggy George
SAMR model! So helpful in thinking about technology integration!

07:25 to: Lorie Moffat
- who turned 90 not long ago.

07:31 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
"SAMR model for images: Locate, Capture, Create, Remake"

07:41 to: Peggy George

07:55 to: Peggy George
Hi Thomas! So glad you could join us!

07:58 to: Peggy George
Welcome Ben!

08:08 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Love using a SAMR type model for images.

08:13 to: Kg
Neat way Matt provoked thinking with that image of Betty White!

08:51 to: Peggy George
Kathy Schrock has some fantastic information and resources for SAMR on her site.

09:01 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
"Where do you typically go to find images for media projects?"

09:03 to: Peggy George (Google image search)

09:04 to: @bcdtech Maureen
pixabay or cc search

09:13 to: Peggy George (Why is Teaching with Images so Effective? Part 1)

09:16 to: Patti Ruffing 1
an important concept to teach students about which images are ok to use and how to credit them when they do

09:19 to: Sheri Edwards
we use "research tool" and cite source

09:25 to: Peggy George
so true Patti!!

09:32 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Love using the Search tool within Google Docs.

09:49 to: Peggy George
Welcome Elizabeth!

09:55 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
My fav copyright-friendly @creativecommons image search site is

09:58 to: Kg
@Sheri: Great scaffold for most learners...good point.

10:14 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Google search tools has made it so much esier to find images and to find CC images. Inside docs the research tool is wonderful!

10:19 to: Peggy George
I tend to forget to seach by type and color but they are so powerful!

10:27 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Welcome Elizabeth. Welcome to Classroom 2.0.

10:28 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
This is a great tip - I didn't know Google Images had this "type filter!"

10:50 to: Kg
@bdtech: You are right. Much easier than in the past.

10:59 to: Patti Ruffing 1
I use a lot and I occasionally chip in for their coffee

11:02 to: Sheri Edwards
When I walk by my students working, they look up and say before I ask, "Yes, I chose 'free to use' and cited my source"

11:17 to: Peggy George
Matt will be telling us about Pixabay. :-) Terrific site!

11:37 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Love using

11:39 to: Peggy George
we were reading your mind :-)

11:46 to: Peggy George (Pixabay: free, high quality images)

11:48 to: Elizabeth
This is Photos for Class

11:58 to: Elizabeth

12:02 to: Peggy George
I love Photos for Class too Elizabeth!

12:05 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Aaron has Class Photos now as a resource along with storyboardthat

12:14 to: Ben 1

12:14 to: Kg
@Sheri: Ha...that is exactly what I am getting my future teachers to do. It seems a surprise to them...oh dear.

12:19 to: @bcdtech Maureen
@Peggy- thanks- i had the name wrong

12:22 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer includes the image citation on the actual image! I love this.

12:22 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
That is a great feature of LPixaby - save right to Google Drive.

12:54 to: @plnaugle (Paula)

12:58 to: Peggy George
great tip!

13:25 to: Peggy George (Flickr Creative Commons)

13:37 to: Peggy George
amazing source for images with citations!

14:07 to: Ben 1 is a cool collection of flicker images

14:09 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Teachers don't always understand that even if kids cite an image, that the image may not be freely available to use. Love seeing "Shutterstock" watermarks on student work.

14:12 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
This is an important concept to teach all of our students - citation.

14:13 to: Peggy George
In case you missed our Livebinder link for all of Matt's resources:

14:31 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
what was the creative commons site Matt just mentioned after Pixabay?

14:36 to: Peggy George
Please keep sharing your links and resources here in the chat and I'll add them to the Livebinder after the show. :-)

14:45 to: @plnaugle (Paula)

14:49 to: Peggy George (Flickr Creative Commons)

15:07 to: Peggy George
this is such a powerful point!

15:30 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
another good way to ask this: "How can images make learning experiences more STICKY?"

15:38 to: Deb Cassidy 1
The reason I use images for my French & Spanish vocab instead of translation

15:43 to: Peggy George
Maureen, that was a really important point about permissions when you cite images!

15:50 to: Peggy George
love that Wes!!

16:10 to: Peggy George (Studies Confirm the Power of Visuals in eLearning)

16:26 to: Peggy George,-74.0139894,3a,75y,137.97h,92.21t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sHgeNoRnWi-wYZluBhKFyZA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 (Google Maps historical imagery)

16:34 to: Peggy George
Matt's example :-)

16:38 to: @bcdtech Maureen
@Peggy- yea- that permission comes first, then you cite it... not a concept that most teachers have been taught.

16:43 to: Peggy George (Google StreetView)

16:54 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
there was flickr photo per day site he shared tho, right? I didn't catch that one & don't see it in the livebinder

16:55 to: Peggy George
so true Maureen!

17:04 to: Suzanne Sallee

17:29 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
I LOVE historical images like this :-) Great tip on Google Maps

17:31 to: Deb Cassidy 1
This year's freshman class will be the group that studies 9/11 as a historical event, I think

17:33 to: Peggy George
Wes, I'll find that link and add it. He didn't share it with me earlier--spontaneous :-)

18:12 to: @bcdtech Maureen
love the hisotrical imagery! I used this on grandparents day with kids and their visiting grandparents. The older generation got a kick out of showing the way it used to be.

18:20 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
I use that when teaching about hurricanes in our area of the world. Show New Orleans today and NOLA pre 2005.

18:21 to: Peggy George
This is one of the sites, Wes. Flickr Photos per Day

18:23 to: Patti Ruffing 1
Ha, Google car just went down my street yesterday

18:49 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar
I love Street View. I have embedded maps in Versal & Sway.

18:49 to: Peggy George
so amazing that you can see a location back in history!

18:54 to: Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)
for images to give the correct citations in blogs ect...

18:55 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
whoa this is AWESOME!

18:58 to: Deb Cassidy 1
I use this when I present target cultures to my classes

18:58 to: Ben 1
I like how Flickr images are shown as orbiting planets in

18:59 to: Peggy George
haha Patti!!!! love it!

19:15 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
@Tiziana I love using for my blog too!

19:23 to: Eileen
Time travel books,

19:31 to: Peggy George (Google image quiz)

19:37 to: Peggy George
this image quiz is so cool!!

19:56 to: Ben 1
i love that

20:00 to: Kg
@Tiziana: I love imagecodr to embed the source right into the image. TY for sharing.

20:22 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
@Ben1 thanks for sharing !

20:59 to: Peggy George
that has ruined so many pictures when there is bright window light behind the people :-)

21:35 to: Peggy George
Matt's blog:

22:04 to: Peggy George
the image always helps me remember the content from tweets and blog posts :-)

22:05 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Since I'm using Seesaw this year with my students, they will be taking lots of pictures for their portfolios. We will dsicuss best ways to capture images with iPad and phones.

22:20 to: Susie @shighley
And I live close to Interstate 65...

22:23 to: Kg
Visual notetaking is another way for students to mesh what they are seeing and hearing into their own framework.

22:24 to: Peggy George
Hi Thomas! So glad you could join us :-)

22:48 to: @bcdtech Maureen
@paula Will have to talk with you re SeeSaw. Want to use it with some of our elementary kids

22:52 to: Peggy George
great tip about amount of text!

23:06 to: Susie @shighley
I wonder what the ability to recall is if you create the image yourself

23:18 to: Peggy George
very interesting point Susie!!

23:19 to: Patti Ruffing 1
I do that with PechaKucha, mainly just talk about the images

23:50 to: Peggy George (10 Reasons Visual Content Will Dominate 2014)

24:13 to: Kg
HaikuDeck "forces" you to lead with images and limit text. Good tool.

24:21 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
I LOVE LOVE using media documentation tools like this with our families and kids! Way to go Matt :-)

24:41 to: Sheri Edwards
"most significant" is a notice and note reading question :)

24:44 to: Peggy George
Suzanne, thanks for sharing that Smore! I'll add it to the Livebinder :-)

25:08 to: Peggy George
I love Google photos and that I can instantly access my photos from any device!

25:27 to: Peggy George
great point about HaikuDeck, KG!

25:29 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Learning to use Google Photos better is a goal of mine.

25:58 to: Peggy George
Collages are great for sharing multiple perspectives at one time :-)

26:08 to: Eileen
Great information!

26:10 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Sharing an album is a great feature.

26:13 to: Susie @shighley
Might be able to share in google classroom with the new parent feature

26:17 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
I'm pretty concerned about the future of Flickr after the Verizon purchase of Yahoo's web universe. Google Photos is getting better but Flickr still has so many great features

26:19 to: Peggy George
that image is great!

26:34 to: Peggy George
I'm worried too Wes! Sure hope it doesn't change!

26:42 to: Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)

26:47 to: Sheri Edwards
@wfryer agree about Flickr -- I have so many pictures there!

26:55 to: @bcdtech Maureen
I have all my photos on Flickr...

26:56 to: Kg
@Peggy: great point. Having students compile them as a way to represent their thinking is dynamite.

27:43 to: Sheri Edwards
There are different terms of service for GAFE and personal accounts in Google Photos

27:43 to: Peggy George

27:43 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Can you upload photo directly from iPhone to Google Photos?

27:44 to: @bcdtech Maureen
love this idea!

27:53 to: Ben 1
that is cool about spelling and photos

27:57 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Cute idea.

28:10 to: Elizabeth
Love that idea!

28:14 to: Sheri Edwards
Paula - you can backup your phone directly to your Google Photos !

28:16 to: Peggy George
super for learning other languages :-) awesome!

28:33 to: Sheri Edwards
backup your photos to your iphone @plnaugle

28:49 to: Peggy George
yes Paula. I take most of my pictures on my iphone and they sync instantly with Google photos.

29:31 to: Peggy George
Hi Kim T! So glad you could join us!

29:39 to: Peggy George
Welcome pamw!

29:53 to: Ben 1
i love aurasma

29:57 to: Peggy George
kids love augmented reality! makes it very memorable!

30:08 to: Kim T. AZ 1

30:39 to: Sheri Edwards
Google Help for Photo backup:

30:56 to: Suzanne Sallee
Hi Kim!

31:05 to: Peggy George
amazing what you can share in a 6 second time lapse video :-)

31:15 to: Peggy George
thanks for that link Sheri!

31:36 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
@Sheri, thank you.

31:57 to: Sheri Edwards

32:03 to: Kim T. AZ 1
Hi Suzanne

32:12 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi @Kim T. AZ. :)

32:19 to: Peggy George
Time lapse video app for Android:

32:23 to: Kim T. AZ 1
Hi Paula ;)

33:06 to: Peggy George
Time lapse video app for iphone/ipad:

33:06 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
We did our first #mysterylocation call on Thursday. Connected LA with IN. Have photos I want to put in an album in Google Drive.

33:26 to: Peggy George
what a cool tip!!

33:28 to: Kati
Love the time lapse idea

33:39 to: Kim T. AZ 1
This is an awesome function!

33:53 to: Missy K
Anyone have a tutorial on what Matt is talking about? I would love to do this

34:04 to: Kg
Next step...have students add Creative Commons licenses to their own images :)

34:19 to: Missy K
Perfect Matt! :) Thanks.

34:25 to: Peggy George
YES!!! Create a tutorial Matt and I'll add it to our Livebinder later :-)

34:40 to: Patti Ruffing 1
When you have a folder in Google Drive open and you then upload a file it will go into the open folder unless you choose a different location

34:41 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Ken Shelton does awesome things with photos.

35:04 to: Sheri Edwards
yes- 2kg We talked about licenses in my class-- big step on understanding copyright for students; some teachers don't get this yet

35:43 to: Peggy George
thanks for explaining Patti!

36:06 to: Peggy George (Beginning Photography for Kids-Scavenger Hunt for Shapes)

36:09 to: Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)
I have used it - It is great and can be a sort of thinglink presentation with links to documents and videos

36:31 to: Kg
@Sheri: This was a great hook for my college freshmen to better understand copyright and licensing...when they added their own license after studying the whole deal. You are right about folks being sl

36:31 to: Kg
ow to the party.

36:35 to: Peggy George
wow! love this idea for an interactive worksheet :-)

36:50 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Very cool idea!

36:53 to: Ben 1
You can also make use of Google Drawings as interactive images embedded on Google sites

37:10 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Google Drawing is a powerful tool to know how to use. How great is this?

37:56 to: Peggy George (WeAreTeachers by Samantha Cleaver: 21 Ways to Use Photos in the Classroom)

38:03 to: @bcdtech Maureen
So, use Google Drawings just like Popplet.... nice

38:05 to: Kg
Eric Curts posted this about using Drawing as a "Thinglink" equivalent:

38:08 to: Peggy George (Eric Curts: Google Drawing example-State or Country Research Assignment)

38:20 to: Peggy George
Eric Curts has fabulous tutorials on his website/blog!!!

38:45 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
yes, thanks for the time lapse app & link!

38:47 to: Peggy George
Eric's blog:

38:59 to: Peggy George (Eric Curts: Google Drawing example-Season Sorter)

38:59 to: Kg
Thanks link didn't copy :(

39:21 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer
Hyperlapse is another gr8 free iOS app for time lapse images, by the Instagram folks. I like how it includes image stabilization:

39:21 to: Wes Fryer @wfryer

39:31 to: Suzanne Sallee
Hands on Activity-Digital Citizenship:

39:33 to: @plnaugle (Paula)
Folders of Google Drawing templates from Eric Curts -

39:34 to: Kg
@Wes: TY

39:37 to: Peggy George
tricky Kg :-) you need the http: in your link for it to be clickable here in Blackboard Collaborate

39:53 to:
Peggy George
Thank you Paula and Suzanne! Awesome links to add to our Livebinder!

40:01 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
Thanks Wes

40:03 to:
Peggy George
Thanks for Hyperlapse Wes!

40:18 to:
Peggy George
hahaha! I agree about screencasting!!!

40:39 to:
Missy K

40:46 to:
Peggy George (SnagIt Chrome Extension Overview)

41:07 to:
Peggy George (Example: Power of annotating pictures)

42:09 to:
Peggy George
I curate a great for screencasting and flipped learning that is loaded with hundreds of resources for screencasting!

42:11 to:
Susie @shighley
Is snagit one that now costs?

42:15 to:
Sheri Edwards
Just froze Chrome browser :(

42:21 to:
@Peggy: Your is the best!

42:23 to:
Peggy George
yes Susie

42:36 to:
Peggy George
thanks Kg :-) I try to keep adding new resources to it.

42:37 to:
Susie @shighley
I've heard it's well worth it.

42:38 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
snagit is no longer free

42:56 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
I bought it years ago and it is well worth the $

42:59 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
love this: "Make your pictures speak 1000 words"

43:18 to:
Peggy George
I love SnagIt and use it every single day! Worth paying for to get all of the features!

43:28 to:
Peggy George
love that idea!!!

43:34 to:
Sheri Edwards
Did he mention QuickTime on macs for screencasting? That's what I use.

43:52 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
Loupe Collage Google Chrome extension:

44:05 to:
Peggy George

44:19 to:
Peggy George
not yet Sheri :-)

44:29 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
When I was at the scratch conference, Sam Patterson showed how he uses Scratch Jr to take a photo and talk about it- like Explain Everything- only free

44:35 to:
Peggy George
QuickTime on Macs is great because it's free and built right in :-)

44:47 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
that guy is a man after my own heart

44:52 to:
Suzanne Sallee
Love using QuickTime!

45:01 to:
Can't underestimate good BBQ

45:11 to:
Suzanne Sallee
Photos Editing Tools:

45:43 to:
Sheri Edwards

45:45 to:
Sheri Edwards

45:53 to:
Peggy George
so true Kati!!

46:11 to:
Suzanne Sallee
Love that with Quicktime you can also screencast your iPad.

46:24 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
it almost looks like comic life

46:28 to:
Ben 1
yeah book creator

46:38 to:
Peggy George
what a fun idea!!!

47:16 to:
Peggy George
ooohhhhh! collaborate on a book on Google slides! YES!!! Love it!

47:39 to:
We are evolving under Matt's expert care :)

47:52 to:
Sheri Edwards
You can change the size to make it letter size for a book size in Google Slides, Keynote, and PPT; make it a pdf and all the links still work -- an eBook

48:00 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
"remaking can transform the process of using technology & classroom learning"

48:10 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
I love this video, it's VERY touching

48:44 to:
Peggy George
John Butterill's Virtual Photo Walks--I'll get the video link from Matt to add to the Livebinder :-)

48:45 to:
@Sheri: and - in some apps - add voice :)

48:51 to:
Deb Cassidy 1
Love the s idea for my language classes.

49:03 to:
Deb Cassidy 1

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49:31 to:
Peggy George

49:32 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
"We need to use the power of pictures to touch the human heart"

49:35 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
Thank you Matt! Love your ideas!

49:37 to:
Patti Ruffing 1
this will bear a second viewing, so much wonderful content

49:38 to:
Thank you, I really enjoyed the presentation :-)

49:48 to:
What an inspiration!

49:49 to:
Peggy George
link for John Butterill's video above :-)

49:57 to:
Susie @shighley
I forgot about the tweeting because I was so engrossed in your presentation

50:03 to:
So many fabulous ideas! Thank you Matt!

50:05 to:
Peggy George
wow Matt! so totally inspired!!! thank you!

50:05 to:
Kim T. AZ 1

50:06 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
great job, Matt! Super preso. Love the geo-linked tools and websites/apps especially :-)

50:09 to:
Sheri Edwards
Wow. Will need to watch again.

50:14 to:
Hella Rumschlag
Thank you Mat! Great info.

50:27 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
How is Pixabay better than

50:31 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
(or is it?)

50:38 to:
Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)
Really brialliant presentation!!:) Thanks a lot!

51:09 to:
Peggy George (PicMonkey) (PicMonkey Chrome extension)

51:13 to:
Ben 1
In google drawings, when you make interactive worksheets, do you share them as view only, then kids can just modify on their own?

51:14 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
@shighley these @liveclass20 webinars are opportunities for multi-tasking PD at its finest :-)

51:18 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
This is a symbaloo that I use with my students for multimedia sources

51:32 to:
Deb Cassidy 1
Dov'e in Italia, Tiziana?

51:44 to:
@Maureen: WOW!!

51:49 to:
Peggy George
Thanks everyone for sharing your links in the chat! I'll add them to our Livebinder after the show. :-)

51:56 to:
Suzanne Sallee
@wfryer I had someone share that you have to be careful with Pixbay as students could access inappropriate images - they do have a safe search featue though.

51:58 to:
Peggy George
thanks Maureen!

52:08 to:
Susie @shighley
Maybe if I weren't also watching the Olympic volleyball ...B)

52:21 to:
Pixabay has a wide variety of images. Photos for class adds a citation to the bottom of a downloaded image. Not sure if Pixabay does that.

52:26 to:
@plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Matt and his presentation. This is one I'll be rewatching. :)

52:31 to:
Sheri Edwards
pixabay can use commercially; don't know about the other

52:38 to:
Peggy George
if you have any further questions for Matt please type them here in the chat :-)

52:42 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
@Suzanne right, I was thinking that too... someone should probably do some image testing / search testing and report on which is better from a safe search standpoint. Nothing is 100% of course but I'm

52:42 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
betting there are some differences...

52:44 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
@wes I know that if I see something that is not OK on photosforclass that they are immediately responsive to the feedback

52:47 to:
You can ask students to do forced copy

53:01 to:
Ha...that is what Matt is talking about now :)

53:04 to:
Peggy George
this is such a great tip!!!

53:08 to:
Anne Louise
What is the hashtag?

53:10 to:
Peggy George
forced copy :-)

53:10 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
@Sheri yes is CC licensed too, so can use for commercial purposes too (CC-BY)

53:11 to:
Ben 1
Just add "copy"?

53:23 to:
Ben 1
ok thanks

53:30 to:
Ben 1
that's very helpful

53:34 to:
Suzanne Sallee
Change "Edit" to "Copy" at the end of the URL

53:36 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
@bcdtech that is great to know - & I'm glad to hear it

53:39 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
works for most stuff- but not pdfs

53:39 to:
Sheri Edwards
change 'edit' to 'copy'

53:50 to:
Peggy George

54:00 to:
Sheri Edwards
thanks wes -- happy birthday !

54:05 to:
Is it possibleto see this presentation later?

54:13 to:
Peggy George

54:19 to:
That tip really helps get around the if-i-ness of GAFE's domain-specific templates galleries.

54:23 to:
Ah, Thank you!!!

54:27 to:
Thank you, Matt

54:45 to:
Thanks so much - great presentation!

54:50 to:
Ben 1
By far, this is one of the best classroom 2.0 webinar I've attended so far.

54:52 to:
@plnaugle (Paula)
Happy Birthday to you, Wes!

54:56 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
Check out this lineup! I know what I will be doing every Saturday!

54:56 to:
Very true, Peggy😊

54:59 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
thanks Paula :-)

55:08 to:
Matt Bergman
Thank you everyone! Have a great Saturday!

55:20 to:
EdTech Team is advertising that there will be a discount for us on their new book :) ???!!

55:22 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
@Ben1 I agree this was SUPER! Woo hoo Matt & the @liveclass20 team - THANK YOU!

55:54 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
yay! Mike

56:13 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
Love their book

56:37 to:
Suzanne Sallee
Thanks. Great presentation!

56:38 to:
TY, all. Great way to keep learning.

56:40 to:
Sheri Edwards
Which book?

56:43 to:
Peggy George (The Learning Revolution Network created by Steve Hargadon.)

56:46 to:
Wes Fryer @wfryer
Thanks everyone, have a great Saturday! :-)

56:51 to:
Peggy George (Host Your Own Webinar

56:58 to:
Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)
Thanks a lot ! Looking forward to next webinars! Have a nice weekend!

57:08 to:
Peggy George
Please nominate yourself or a colleague to be a featured teacher for us!!!

57:17 to:
Peggy George (Nominate a Featured Teacher for our shows--you can nominate yourself too if you’ like to present for us)

57:24 to:
Peggy George (Classroom 2.0 LIVE survey link to request PD certificates for live or recorded webinars)

57:34 to:
@bcdtech Maureen
Thanks Matt! Thanks Peggy et al... back to moving my last ton of wood pellets into the cellar. 4000 pounds moved... only 2000 more to go

57:34 to:
Thanks Patty!

57:37 to:
Peggy George
Thank you all so much for joining us today! Have a fantastic weekend!

57:42 to:
Patti Ruffing 1

57:54 to:
Susie @shighley
This was great. Lots of things I want to try out myself and with students

57:55 to:
Peggy George//
Hope to see you all next week :-)