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Current Educational Value

 Teachers across the United States are encouraging the use of  Voo2Do by their students, to help them get their assignments organized.  For this reason and others, Voo2Do is being recognized across the globe as a valuable source of education. 

Current Uses:

Forest Park High School lists Voo2Do on the school's website as an online education resource.  The school recommends that students and teachers use the application for time management. #1

Teacher, Tony Whittingham, is making his students complete a project using Voo2Do to organize the tasks of their project. This is his lesson plan for the project " #2  

In a 2006 article called,  "Seven Things To Watch in 2006 And Beyond," Voo2Do is rated as number two on the list. This shows how Voo2do has been around for the past three years and the recognition that it is currently receiving for its educational value. Making it number two on a list like that is quite a feat. #3  

A man named Chris Brogan, was trying to create an Online Workflow.  He wanted to make it so that a person could manage their projects and give them a network for collaboration, as well. He also wanted this system to be absolutely free.  One component of the design that he created included using Voo2Do to plan this Workflow and keep the project organized. #4

Voo2doo is helpful for busy people.That is the main target for voo2doo customers because busy people are the ones who need it the most. Busy people need a tool to help them organize their tasks and priorites. Students are also busy people who have a lot of projects and assignments to focus on. By the different applications voo2doo provides and using the time managment and groups, voo2doo can help students stay on task and do things on time. #5

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References:

1. Park High School, (2008, November 17). Center for Information Technology . Retrieved November 19, 2008, from Forest Park High School Web site: http://forestpark.groupfusion.net/modules/cms/pages.phtml?pageid=8078

2. Whittingham, Tony Gagnes Nine Events of Instruction. Retrieved November 19, 2008, from Apply Principles of Instructional Design 3756H Web site: http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:Ri4O8fUm1doJ:tafepodcasts.wikispaces.com/file/view/ISD+VOO2DO+PROJECT.doc tony whittingham wikibook outline

3. Lorenzo, G (2006, January). Seven Things to Watch in 2006 and Beyond. Retrieved November 19, 2008, from Educational Pathways Web site: http://www.edpath.com/2006/0106/010602.htm

4. Brogan, C (2006, June 28). Design an Online Workflow. Retrieved November 19, 2008, from Stepcase Lifehack Web site: http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifehack/design-an-online-workflow.html


5. Guy, Random (2006, January 18). Complete List of Web 2.0 Applications. Retrieved November 19, 2008, from Virtual Karma Web site: http://www.edpath.com/2006/0106/010602.htm

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  1. Unknown User (dkoshy)

    I found a document inked to the Durango School District web site which recommends Voo2Do as one of the 76 new technologies to look out for.

    The web site can be found at: http://web9r.durango.k12.co.us/documents/ then click Cool Technologies (third document on the list).

    1. Unknown User (skuo)

      Hi Divya,

      I know you are good writer from the workouts and essay you turned in. 

      Can you read the artilce and have a brief summary about the key points you found the it can contribute to your topic?

      That will be really great! Good job! Let's help each other! Shih-Ping (smile)

  2. Unknown User (ndhoward)

    In a 2006 article "Seven Things To Watch in 2006 And Beyond," it is rated as number two on the list. This shows how voo2doo has been around for the past two years and how important it is becoming. Making it number two on a list like that is quite something. Click here to read more http://www.edpath.com/2006/0106/010602.htm

  3. Unknown User (ndhoward)

    An online source has a summary of different "To Do" lists and mentions voo2doo. It says good things about how voo2doo does not make lists, but does groups instead. Here you can read more about voo2doo: http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifehack/design-an-online-workflow.html(then scroll down and you should be able to easily find it)

  4. Unknown User (ndhoward)

    This website mentions how voo2doo is helpful for busy people.That is the main target for voo2doo customers because busy people are the ones who need it the most. Bust people need a tool to help them organize their tasks and priorites. Students are also busy people who have a lot of projects and assignments to focus on. By the different applications voo2doo provides. By using the time managment and groups, voo2doo an help students stay on task and do things on time. You can read more about the educational value of voo2doo here: http://virtualkarma.blogspot.com/2006/01/complete-list-of-web-20-applications.html

  5. Unknown User (brrobert)

    Hey Nicolette,

    these are great sources, 

    you just need to start writing... to do this just click on the edit button on the right corner of this page.  You need to organize all of your sources into paragraphs and put in your own thoughts.  Like divya started to do on this page.  

    Thanks,

    Britt