pigiamonediflanellaantisesso: “ “ People who use social networks Twitter and Facebook the most often are also the most narcissistic, according to a new infographic that cites results from two studies....
Access to information, and changing norms around opportunity are altering the landscape of education. Concurrently, the old paradigm of earning a degree to sufficiently signal qualification –in perpetuity– is changing.
Must read for educators and learners to know about vision, tools and resources for 21st century learning, 21st century teaching, and 21st century education. (#sd57 Educational technology - disruptive, creative force for learning.
Spice up your presentations by going 100% mobile and allow your audience to follow in real-time on their own devices. (RT @MrChaceEGHS: Such a cool idea: Share presentations on the audience's mobile devices.
"In yesterday’s Inside Higher Ed’s technology blog, Joshua Kim wrote about 'Courses, Facebook, and Secret Groups,' in which he pointed out that 'There is a world of social learning going on, and we (meaning us instructors, educational technologists – basically anyone employed on the instructional or administrative sides of the house), know nothing about what is going on.' He then explains how students are using Secret Groups in Facebook—as well as other technologies—to learn outside the classroom."