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Gartner Says Advanced Analytics Is a Top Business Priority

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Gartner, Inc. said that advanced analytics is the fastest-growing segment of the business intelligence (BI) and analytics software market and surpassed $1 billion in 2013.


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Jim Thompson's curator insight, June 16, 2015 11:48 AM

Analytics and decisioning engines will help markets surf a wave of exploding data!

Christophe Acher's curator insight, June 18, 2015 4:00 AM

TIBCO SPOTFIRE est depuis longtemps précurseur sur le segment de l'advanced analytics à la portée de tous, notamment avec l'intégration native de R et de fonctions statistiques avancées (segmentation, prévision, corrélations, ...).

 

A l'heure où de nombreuses entreprises se posent la question du remplacement de SAS, essentiellement pour des questions de coûts et de complexité, et SPOTFIRE s'impose comme solution de substitution partielle ou complète dans bien des cas.

 

N'hésitez pas à me contacter pour en savoir plus. christophe.acher@tibco.com

Robert McKenzie's curator insight, June 21, 2015 3:50 AM

Sounds simple ..just add data and insight

 

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7 More Big Data Companies to Watch

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Like any market in its infancy, the big data industry is bustling with companies jockeying for a comfortable position in a niche that is as surefire as any.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, June 29, 2015 10:18 AM

Here is a list of 7 "new" companies that might make the difference in the realm of Big Data.

 

1. Palantir Technologies

Founded in 2004 and evaluated at $20B it is probably not a startup anymore

2. Crayon Data 

Big data for decision making

3. Neo Technology

Best known for its graph db Neo4j

4. Couchbase

The company behind the NoSQL db Couchbase server.

5. PromptCloud

Specialised in Data-as-a-Service

6. Snowflake

Big Data technologies for SMBs.

7. Saama Technologies

Is this a startup? Founded 18 years ago, it has clients such as Apple and Cisco

Glenn Wallace's curator insight, June 30, 2015 11:18 AM

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iSparkCEO's curator insight, August 4, 2015 2:30 PM

Here is a list of 7 "new" companies that might make the difference in the realm of Big Data.

 

1. Palantir Technologies

Founded in 2004 and evaluated at $20B it is probably not a startup anymore

2. Crayon Data 

Big data for decision making

3. Neo Technology

Best known for its graph db Neo4j

4. Couchbase

The company behind the NoSQL db Couchbase server.

5. PromptCloud

Specialised in Data-as-a-Service

6. Snowflake

Big Data technologies for SMBs.

7. Saama Technologies

Is this a startup? Founded 18 years ago, it has clients such as Apple and Cisco

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From Big Data to Big Algorithm

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Businesses now collect so much data that the resulting insights can not only describe customer behaviour in the present, but predict what it will look like in the future as well.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, November 11, 2015 1:38 PM

Predictive analytics, or the ability to make accurate predictions, is based on good data and good algorithms. Every sensible data scientist knows this. It's good to see that this knowledge is spreading. Data alone, no matter how big, cannot give the right answers.

 

I believe that useful predictive analytics gives *accurate* predictions, not *exact* predictions. Predictive analytics which gives exact predictions is used in Science, not in Business.

LittleBIGJob's curator insight, November 13, 2015 10:43 AM

And to Predicitve analysis!

Hobiana Rakotonirina's curator insight, November 7, 7:29 AM

Predictive analytics, or the ability to make accurate predictions, is based on good data and good algorithms. Every sensible data scientist knows this. It's good to see that this knowledge is spreading. Data alone, no matter how big, cannot give the right answers.

 

I believe that useful predictive analytics gives *accurate* predictions, not *exact* predictions. Predictive analytics which gives exact predictions is used in Science, not in Business.

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IBM, Cloudera and Amazon Big Data announcements

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New products, new technologies and an acquisition announced over the last two weeks may be small items on their own, but they add up to an important shift in the Big Data space.

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JẴї❣'s curator insight, August 29, 2015 6:47 AM
Big shift in the Big Data space
Anthony Ricketts's curator insight, August 29, 2015 9:15 AM

I am taking a few courses in Data Analytics. My friend @laurakenyon told me it is a huge deal for marketers now. Indeed ROI and understanding metrics are fundamentals of the marketing profession.

Hobiana Rakotonirina's curator insight, November 7, 7:29 AM

1. IBM is improving its cloud-based elastic data warehouse;

2. Cloudera announces Ibis: a project for letting data-scientists use Python directly on Hadoop;

3. Amazon is making Elastic MapReduce almost plug-and-play.


What's especially interesting about all of these announcements is that they are signs of a maturing market. No one's introducing a brand new data processing engine. Instead, IBM is improving, acquiring and competing; Amazon is streamlining; Cloudera is re-platforming; and Apache NiFi is integrating.

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Data Integration as a key for Big Data success

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If you want to figure out Big Data and marketing, it starts with one core tenet and eight basic questions.

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Luca Naso's curator insight, November 15, 2015 11:50 AM

A key topic when trying to leverage Big Data is data integration.

Data integration can take long time and is crucial to really benefit from big data.

 

Silo breaking, made possible by data integration, is what can let a company move from applying short-term tactics to creating a long-term strategy.

 

It goes without saying that without some good questions (i.e. business objectives) even good data integration is of little use.

One good suggestion for defining the goal is to put the customer in the center, for real.

 

8 basic question to help you get started on the right track:

1. Who is your customer?

2. What do they need?

3. What data should you be looking for to see if you are delivering?

4. Where is the data coming from?

5. How is it stored/organized?

6. Who looks at it and how often?

7. Who is analyzing it?

8. Who is presenting it?

Auriane Boyé's curator insight, November 26, 2015 7:08 AM

A key topic when trying to leverage Big Data is data integration.

Data integration can take long time and is crucial to really benefit from big data.

 

Silo breaking, made possible by data integration, is what can let a company move from applying short-term tactics to creating a long-term strategy.

 

It goes without saying that without some good questions (i.e. business objectives) even good data integration is of little use.

One good suggestion for defining the goal is to put the customer in the center, for real.

 

8 basic question to help you get started on the right track:

1. Who is your customer?

2. What do they need?

3. What data should you be looking for to see if you are delivering?

4. Where is the data coming from?

5. How is it stored/organized?

6. Who looks at it and how often?

7. Who is analyzing it?

8. Who is presenting it?

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The Importance Of Big Data In International Banking

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Big Data is the new buzzword as far as mass operations, iterations and manipulations are concerned. The data becomes an asset that requires cost-effective innovations ...

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Luca Naso's curator insight, November 19, 2015 12:19 PM

How is Big Data changing the banks business? And how this can add value for customers?


Today it is imperative to use machine learning for detecting frauds and mitigating risks. The next step should be solidifying the relationship with clients, by offering what they really need, not what the bank wants to sell.

 

The 6 uses of Big Data in banking

1. Increase efficiency - shorten the time to get information from db

2. Reduce cost - in maintaining the data infrastructure

3. Prevent fraud - self-evident

4. Accountability - better evaluation of clients' risk

5. New revenue streams - the more you know the more you can offer

6. Client satisfaction - by offering a better customer experience

Ian Dunne's curator insight, December 1, 2015 11:41 AM

How is Big Data changing the banks business? And how this can add value for customers?


Today it is imperative to use machine learning for detecting frauds and mitigating risks. The next step should be solidifying the relationship with clients, by offering what they really need, not what the bank wants to sell.

 

The 6 uses of Big Data in banking

1. Increase efficiency - shorten the time to get information from db

2. Reduce cost - in maintaining the data infrastructure

3. Prevent fraud - self-evident

4. Accountability - better evaluation of clients' risk

5. New revenue streams - the more you know the more you can offer

6. Client satisfaction - by offering a better customer experience

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How Educational Technology Can Support Multiple Intelligences | Minds Enabled

How Educational Technology Can Support Multiple Intelligences | Minds Enabled | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Educational Technology That Supports Multiple Intelligences (#Edtech and its role in #multipleintelligences


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5 Reasons You Should Be Teaching Digital Citizenship

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5 Reasons You Should Be Teaching Digital Citizenship


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15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your #eLearning For iPads.

15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your #eLearning For iPads. | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
List of 15 Authoring Tools For Enabling Your eLearning For iPads. These tools also help you convert your legacy eLearning content for delivery to iPads & tablets.

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Using Technology to Empower Seniors in Their Care

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The health care industry has been making significant strides when it comes to new patient engagement strategies.


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Three Good Tools for Creating Multimedia Books Online

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Coursera debuts its iPhone app to bring you online education on the go - VentureBeat

Coursera debuts its iPhone app to bring you online education on the go - VentureBeat | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Coursera debuts its iPhone app to bring you online education on the go VentureBeat I've been playing with the app throughout the day, perusing video courses in computer programming (in honor of this month's coding education push), bioinformatics,...

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Report Uncovers Who Is Actually Teaching With Technology - Edudemic

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Teaching with technology is all the rage right now. Or is it? A new report examines just how many teachers are actually teaching with technology.

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Actionable Ways Big Data Analytics Can Improve Innovation

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Signals assembled some of the big thinkers in big data. The discussion centered on the challenges faced by innovation teams at leading corporates, the potential (and hurdle) of “big data”, and fresh ideas on how to bridge that gap and tapping big data for innovation work.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, June 30, 2015 11:17 AM

Here are 4 highlights from the conversation:

 

1. Product launchers need something to hold onto

2. Connecting the dots for the right context (aka find the right question)

3. Seeing is believing: the power of visualization

4. Caution: more data does not equal smarter data

AndyDrooker's curator insight, July 1, 2015 8:46 AM

Two (2) very important topics...

promptcloud's curator insight, August 7, 2015 6:31 AM

Here are 4 highlights from the conversation:

 

1. Product launchers need something to hold onto

2. Connecting the dots for the right context (aka find the right question)

3. Seeing is believing: the power of visualization

4. Caution: more data does not equal smarter data

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The Perfect Big Data Combination: Hadoop and SAP HANA

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With Big Data solutions spawning the requirement for applications focusing on Data Analytics, HANA’s capabilities are serving as the perfect partner for Hadoop. Read this article to know more about this perfect combination

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Luca Naso's curator insight, September 14, 2015 11:43 AM

SAP HANA and Hadoop are very different, that's why they could be a good combination in terms of complementing each other.

For example, SAP HANA is in-memory and uses predefined schema, while Hadoop is on disk and has no schema.

 

A scalable column-oriented database management for real-time analytics (SAP HANA) meets a technology platform that supports any kind of data for analyzing massive amount of data (Hadoop).

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15 Stunning Big Data Visualizations (And What You Can Learn From Them)

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15 examples of data visualizations that will give you a clearer understanding of what makes a good visualization--and what makes a bad one.

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Luca Naso's curator insight, November 17, 2015 9:26 AM

A list of awesome visualisations!

Not only are they clear and beautiful, but also they keep you focused on the subject and succeed in conveying the story behind the data.

 

If you need to stimulate your creativity for your next dashboard or infographics have a close look at them!

 

Here is my list of top 5:

1. Are we alone?

Stimulate user’s imagination

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120821-how-many-alien-worlds-exist


2. Here is today

Give perspective

http://hereistoday.com/

 
3. You fix the budget
Empower the users

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/11/13/weekinreview/deficits-graphic.html

4. The Internet map

Exploit metaphors

http://internet-map.net/


5. Infographics with Real images

http://marion-luttenberger.squarespace.com/#/infographics/

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Data Integration as a key for Big Data success

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Luca Naso's curator insight, November 15, 2015 11:50 AM

A key topic when trying to leverage Big Data is data integration.

Data integration can take long time and is crucial to really benefit from big data.

 

Silo breaking, made possible by data integration, is what can let a company move from applying short-term tactics to creating a long-term strategy.

 

It goes without saying that without some good questions (i.e. business objectives) even good data integration is of little use.

One good suggestion for defining the goal is to put the customer in the center, for real.

 

8 basic question to help you get started on the right track:

1. Who is your customer?

2. What do they need?

3. What data should you be looking for to see if you are delivering?

4. Where is the data coming from?

5. How is it stored/organized?

6. Who looks at it and how often?

7. Who is analyzing it?

8. Who is presenting it?

Auriane Boyé's curator insight, November 26, 2015 7:08 AM

A key topic when trying to leverage Big Data is data integration.

Data integration can take long time and is crucial to really benefit from big data.

 

Silo breaking, made possible by data integration, is what can let a company move from applying short-term tactics to creating a long-term strategy.

 

It goes without saying that without some good questions (i.e. business objectives) even good data integration is of little use.

One good suggestion for defining the goal is to put the customer in the center, for real.

 

8 basic question to help you get started on the right track:

1. Who is your customer?

2. What do they need?

3. What data should you be looking for to see if you are delivering?

4. Where is the data coming from?

5. How is it stored/organized?

6. Who looks at it and how often?

7. Who is analyzing it?

8. Who is presenting it?

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More Than 75 Percent of Companies Are Investing in Big Data in the Next Two Years

More Than 75 Percent of Companies Are Investing in Big Data in the Next Two Years | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

This year begins the shift of big data away from a topic unto itself, and toward standard practices


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Zco Corporation's curator insight, April 4, 2:21 AM

My 3 takeaways from 2015 Gartner's research on Big Data:

1. Big Data solutions and technologies are becoming mainstream;

2. Big Data is mainly used for enhancing customer experience;

3. Business Leaders are as active as CIO/CTO in launching Big Data projects.

 

Organisations are overwhelmingly targeting enhanced customer experience as the primary goal of big data projects (64 percent). Process efficiency and more-targeted marketing are now tied at 47 percent. As data breaches continue to make headlines, enhanced security capabilities saw the largest increase, from 15 percent to 23 percent.

 

Last year, 37 percent of big data projects were initiated by the CIO, while 25 percent were initiated by business unit heads. In 2015, the roles are nearly tied, at 32 percent and 31 percent, respectively.

Adele Taylor's curator insight, July 17, 6:29 PM
What do people think of big data?  Is it a good investment?
Gerald Sifringer's curator insight, July 21, 7:10 AM
This is so true 
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21 Things That Will Become Obsolete in Education by 2020 - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education.

21 Things That Will Become Obsolete in Education by 2020 - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education. | Educational Technology | Scoop.it


"Within the decade, it will either become the norm to teach this course 
(high school Algebra I) in middle school or 
we'll have finally woken up to the fact that there's no reason to give algebra 
weight over statistics and IT in high school for non-math majors 
(and they will have all taken it in middle school anyway)."
                                   - Shelley Blake-Plock


21 Things That Will Become Obsolete in Education by 2020


by Shelley Blake-Plock

Last night I read and posted the clip on "21 Things That Became Obsolete in the Last Decade." Well, just for kicks, I put together my own list of "21 Things That Will Become Obsolete in Education by 2020."

1. Desks
The 21st century does not fit neatly into rows. Neither should your students. Allow the network-based concepts of flow, collaboration, and dynamism help you rearrange your room for authentic 21st century learning.

2. Language Labs
Foreign language acquisition is only a smartphone away. Get rid of those clunky desktops and monitors and do something fun with that room.

3. Computers
Ok, so this is a trick answer. More precisely this one should read: 'Our concept of what a computer is'. Because computing is going mobile and over the next decade we're going to see the full fury of individualized computing via handhelds come to the fore. Can't wait.

4. Homework
The 21st century is a 24/7 environment. And the next decade is going to see the traditional temporal boundaries between home and school disappear. And despite whatever Secretary Duncan might say, we don't need kids to 'go to school' more; we need them to 'learn' more. And this will be done 24/7 and on the move (see #3).

5. The Role of Standardized Tests in College Admissions
The AP Exam is on its last legs. The SAT isn't far behind. Over the next ten years, we will see Digital Portfolios replace test scores as the #1 factor in college admissions.

6. Differentiated Instruction as the Sign of a Distinguished Teacher
The 21st century is customizable. In ten years, the teacher who hasn't yet figured out how to use tech to personalize learning will be the teacher out of a job. Differentiation won't make you 'distinguished'; it'll just be a natural part of your work.

7. Fear of Wikipedia
Wikipedia is the greatest democratizing force in the world right now. If you are afraid of letting your students peruse it, it's time you get over yourself.

8. Paperbacks
Books were nice. In ten years' time, all reading will be via digital means. And yes, I know, you like the 'feel' of paper. Well, in ten years' time you'll hardly tell the difference as 'paper' itself becomes digitized.

9. Attendance Offices
Bio scans. 'Nuff said.

10. Lockers
A coat-check, maybe.

11. IT Departments
Ok, so this is another trick answer. More subtly put: IT Departments as we currently know them. Cloud computing and a decade's worth of increased wifi and satellite access will make some of the traditional roles of IT -- software, security, and connectivity -- a thing of the past. What will IT professionals do with all their free time? Innovate. Look to tech departments to instigate real change in the function of schools over the next twenty years.

12. Centralized Institutions
School buildings are going to become 'homebases' of learning, not the institutions where all learning happens. Buildings will get smaller and greener, student and teacher schedules will change to allow less people on campus at any one time, and more teachers and students will be going out into their communities to engage in experiential learning.

13. Organization of Educational Services by Grade
Education over the next ten years will become more individualized, leaving the bulk of grade-based learning in the past. Students will form peer groups by interest and these interest groups will petition for specialized learning. The structure of K-12 will be fundamentally altered.

14. Education School Classes that Fail to Integrate Social Technology
This is actually one that could occur over the next five years. Education Schools have to realize that if they are to remain relevant, they are going to have to demand that 21st century tech integration be modeled by the very professors who are supposed to be preparing our teachers.
(Ed. Note:  Check out Plock's 2010 nomination for best blog post:  "Why Teachers Should Blog") 

15. Paid/Outsourced Professional Development
No one knows your school as well as you. With the power of a PLN in their backpockets, teachers will rise up to replace peripatetic professional development gurus as the source of schoolwide prof dev programs. This is already happening.

16. Current Curricular Norms
There is no reason why every student needs to take however many credits in the same course of study as every other student. The root of curricular change will be the shift in middle schools to a role as foundational content providers and high schools as places for specialized learning.

17. Parent-Teacher Conference Night
Ongoing parent-teacher relations in virtual reality will make parent-teacher conference nights seem quaint. Over the next ten years, parents and teachers will become closer than ever as a result of virtual communication opportunities. And parents will drive schools to become ever more tech integrated.

18. Typical Cafeteria Food
Nutrition information + handhelds + cost comparison = the end of $3.00 bowls of microwaved mac and cheese. At least, I so hope so.

19. Outsourced Graphic Design and Webmastering
You need a website/brochure/promo/etc.? Well, for goodness sake just let your kids do it. By the end of the decade -- in the best of schools -- they will be.

20. High School Algebra I
Within the decade, it will either become the norm to teach this course in middle school or we'll have finally woken up to the fact that there's no reason to give algebra weight over statistics and IT in high school for non-math majors (and they will have all taken it in middle school anyway).

21. Paper
In ten years' time, schools will decrease their paper consumption by no less than 90%. And the printing industry and the copier industry and the paper industry itself will either adjust or perish.


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Gordon Dahlby's curator insight, February 5, 2014 12:40 PM

tweet from friend @Shannon McClintock Miller

 

p.s.  'm' and 'c'  should be lower case.  Yes, it matters.

Nick Westerberg's curator insight, March 5, 2014 1:33 PM

This article explains the possible 21 things in school that may be gone by 2020.  It is in the range of years in which I would be aiming for, enlightening me on what may be a good idea to avoid.  These ideas may be something to take into knowledge when entering the field.

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When it Comes to Technology, Teachers Need as Much Scaffolding as Students | The Committed Sardine

RT @coolcatteacher: Reading this... When it Comes to Technology, Teachers Need as Much Scaffolding as...

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If You're Not Helping People Develop, You're Not Management Material

If You're Not Helping People Develop, You're Not Management Material | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Facilitating employee learning should be a non-negotiable competency.


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10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic

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10 Mind-Blowing Mobile Learning Statistics Infographic By 2015 80% of people will be accessing the Internet from mobile devices. In 2012, 65% of workers


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7 Things Smart Learners Do Differently

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What makes a real difference in reaching your potential is an ability to be a smart learner. See what smart learners do differently and what they can teach us.


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Edynco - create interactive content

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A toolbox for modern educators. Create Learning Maps, Micro lectures, Quizzes or train with Online Courses, all that with Edynco educational software.

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Ticeman's curator insight, December 24, 2013 3:37 AM

L'ensemble est très sympathique et apporte une organisation originale dans laquelle de nombreu éléments puvent être ajoutés (quiz, documents etc). Malheureusemen, gratuitement il n'est possible de réaliser qu'un cours et le stockage est limité à 100 Mo

Luis V. Morales-Escobar's curator insight, December 25, 2013 8:27 PM

Interesante hay que verlo

 

InFLE-InELE 's curator insight, January 3, 2014 6:35 AM

Boîte à outils pour créer des activités interactives

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Technology in Education

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A smorgasbord of resources for educators who enjoy using technology in the classroom.

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Eugenia Visser's curator insight, November 8, 2013 4:40 PM
Really good insight in what we should be using education for in the classroom.