Category Archives: Technology Integration
The most popular web server software in the world is Apache. Apache is free and open source. It works well with MySQL, a database engine and PHP, a programming environment. Setting up a server that is “live” on the web … Continue reading
Fusion Tables is a free web-based data visualization tool from Google. Using Fusion Tables, latitude and longitude data in a spreadsheet can be “connected” to a Google Map. Street addresses can also be connected to maps showing locations based on those addresses. Using … Continue reading
During my Educational Technology Integration Course, I will be using this blog as my hub for all things related to the course. My personal digital footprint hub is at http://alvintrusty.com These are my links to Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/trustypics Here is another Flickr LINK to my … Continue reading
This is a PowerPoint presentation recorded in “window” mode using Camstudio. At the end of the video is a Slide Sorter listing of all the slides in the video. This video is best watched in full screen 720p mode.
I took all these pictures with my 3 megapixel camera.
Technology And Education from The Univ of Findlay