This week will be a short one with the Thanksgiving holiday here in the US later this week. I’m not sure how much I will be posting this week or how many links I will be collecting. Last week was a regular week though and I have a selection of links to share with you.
Cheryl Arnett (
@c_arnett) blogs about her experiences using the Kinect sensor in her classroom at Why Kinect? In other Kinect news, read about Developing a Kinect game that mimics how seismologists deploy seismic instruments following a large earthquake.
Microsoft announces new Challenges for Imagine Cup 2012: Put on your thinking cap, assemble your team and sign up! The spring round is coming fast.
Wondering where to start wit Windows Phone applications? A couple of my co-workers have assembled collections of links and resources with all you need to get started.
- Where to start… Windows Phone applications – A collection from Andrew Parsons
- Calling All Windows Phone Student Developers: Get Started Building your WP7 Apps & Games and WIN BIG – a collection from Tara Walker
- Get started with Windows Phone 7 development with the Mango Training Kit! – information from Ed Donahue
Andrew Ko (
@andrewko888 ) recorded a number of interviews with teachers who represented the US at the recent Partners in Learning Global forum. He asked them what one thing they were bringing back home.
Microsoft Live@edu tops 22M users and is the mostly widely used cloud solution in schools world-wide! Did you know that? You might have thought is was someone else but Microsoft has the most widely adopted solution in education.