It’s actually quite impressive that you can embed a wave directly into a blog, or a webpage. I have done it, and it is below, but the problem is that you can’t see it unless you have a Google Wave account, and are logged in right now (Don’t have an account? Go here). Here it is:
If you are not logged in, then the above should look like the google wave home page (www.googlewave.com) with a spot for you to log in. If you have an account, and are logged in, you can even edit the wave right on this page in …
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I was invited to Google Wave a little while ago, and I finally got some invites! I have Google Wave invites if anyone is interested!
Leave a comment with your email address and I’ll send you one…but first come first serve!
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I recently got a Google Wave invite from a friend, and while playing around with it, came across some waves people had made that talk about using technology (like Google Wave) in the classroom. In this thread was a youtube video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WPVWDkF7U8) posted by someone that talked about a teacher using twitter to further class disucussion in a university class setting in the states. Here is the video:
I thought “Hey, if it gets the students asking questions, then GREAT!” So I’ve set it up…
…we’ll see how …
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