the educational technology journal

Vol 17|No 4|March 2008

Breaking the YouTube

By Jamie McKenzie
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YouTube faces schools with a conumdrum. The site offers some dramatic and very valuable videos that can enhance learning in schools, but it can also be a huge distraction, a bandwidth hog and the source of inappropriate videos. Fortunately, there is a way to work around the filter many districts have installed to block YouTube entirely.

The New Reality:
Making Sense

of the World
in an Age of Distortion

By Jamie McKenzie
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Misty day in Shanghai
© 2008, Jamie McKenzie

Searching for the Grail:
Finding Good Information
on the Internet

By Jamie McKenzie
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