28 June, 2009

i heart magnetic poetry

Link to these Magnetic Poetry sites to play, learn and create. These sites, with large data repositories, articulate into Pearce's definition (2006, p.1) of Web 2.0 sites as those 'that let people collaborate and share information in previously unavailable ways.' An array of applications are possible for the school classroom and library.

Previously you were restricted to your own fridge!

Magnetic Poetry Snaith Primary School Magnet Poems

Magnetic Poetry (and the real thing in physical form for your non-virtual fridge)

Magnetic Poetry from Poetry4kids

Eric Harshbarger's Magnetic Poetry on James Roy's site.

Magnetic Poetry Shop. (2008). Chipboard words and stickers. Retrieved 22 August, 2008 from Magnetic Poetry website:

Magnetic Poetry Shop. (2008). Kids Stuff. Retrieved 22 August, 2008 from Magnetic Poetry website:

Pearce, J. (2006). User collaboration in websites. National Library of Australia Staff Papers. Presented at Framing the Future, ARLIS/ANZ Conference, 21-23 September, 2006. Retrieved 22 August, 2008 from National Library of Australia website:

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