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World Time Engine

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I know there are quite a few online tools out there that allow you to check what time it is in different time zones — I just haven’t paid much attention to them. Now, however, with school starting in less than a month, I’m beginning to think about the possibility of connecting up some of our international sister classes up to one another in real-time using some of the tools on my The Best Online Tools For Real-Time Collaboration list.

Of course, in order to make that happen, we’d need to figure what time it is in all our different time zones.

I just read about the World Time Engine in Startup Meme, which seems to provide this kind of information pretty easily.

Does anyone know of any better time zone calculators out there?

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. World Clock and timeanddate:
    we use it pretty much exclusively at WorldBridges/Ed Tech Talk. Also, have an agreed about time zone (like GMT) that you will use to discuss time with your partners because you will say 4 p.m. and they will hear 4 p.m. their time, or GMT, or EDT, but they may not hear it as 4 p.m. PDT.

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