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Create your blog for free

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OverBlog Portal! The latest news and the best posts from our bloggers! Create your blog for free on OverBlog! Forums, communities and blog directory on OverBlog!

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RitaZ's comment, March 14, 2013 5:56 AM
thank you for sharing views!
Gracie Passette's comment, March 15, 2013 12:50 AM
This OverBlog is very hard to navigate and there's no search, which is infuriating. Also, they say "no porn" which, as it is a "know it when I see it" thing, means anyone dealing with sexuality in any form likely isn't welcome. Instead, OverBlog says adult folks should go to their other site, http://www.erog.fr/ ~ however, that is also confusing and lacks search ~ and is also all in French.
Laura Brown's comment, March 19, 2013 9:44 PM
Sites which offer blogs like this are way out of date and out of touch with the current situation on the Internet. The "free blog" thing has come and gone. Pick Blogger.com or WordPress.com and be done with it. Anything else is too risky and not likely to stick around very long.
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Why use iPads in Education?

Why use iPads in Education? | Educational Thought | Scoop.it

To be successful when using technology in education, it is important to focus on engagement, creativity, inquiry-based learning and differentiated instruction rather than on the technological tools...


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Why Libraries Are The Best Places To Learn « Annie Murphy Paul

Why Libraries Are The Best Places To Learn « Annie Murphy Paul | Educational Thought | Scoop.it

"Historian and educator Ken Bain has written a wonderful book called What The Best College Students Do (I’ll be writing about it in my Time.com column later this week). I just came across a particularly insightful interview with Bain, on the website of an organization called Project Information Literacy. Here’s an excerpt on a topic close to my heart—the value of libraries:


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Social Media for Startups - 21 Social Media Technology Questions Answered

Social Media for Startups - 21 Social Media Technology Questions Answered | Educational Thought | Scoop.it
We answer 21 common questions that are asked by startups in relation to social media. Social media for startups can be confusing but this article will help

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Matthew *Matt Warren's curator insight, March 9, 2014 11:11 PM

Good starting point.

Wen Gao's curator insight, May 15, 2014 3:14 PM

One of the advantages of social media is that they can provide kinds of free advertisement. Actually it is not totally free, because when you are managing your advertisement, it cost you very much of time. There is a useful tool called Google Keyword Tool. You can use it to figure out the amount that people search for your site on monthly basis. Guest posting on other influential blogs can be very beneficial to drive relevant traffic to our site. Make sure to have a good author bio which includes a link back to our site using relevant keywords that we want to be ranked on. In order to save our time as much as possible, we can use some useful software, for example, if we are using twitter, we can also use a tool named Hootsuite. Create a twitter list of all the influential people that you want to connect with and create a column within Hootsuite that tracks these.  Create other filters that are relevant to your business and separate them out in columns.

yundy wang's curator insight, August 31, 2014 5:21 AM

One of the advantages of social media is that they can provide kinds of free advertisement. Actually it is not totally free, because when you are managing your advertisement, it cost you very much of time. There is a useful tool called Google Keyword Tool. You can use it to figure out the amount that people search for your site on monthly basis. Guest posting on other influential blogs can be very beneficial to drive relevant traffic to our site. Make sure to have a good author bio which includes a link back to our site using relevant keywords that we want to be ranked on. In order to save our time as much as possible, we can use some useful software, for example, if we are using twitter, we can also use a tool named Hootsuite. Create a twitter list of all the influential people that you want to connect with and create a column within Hootsuite that tracks these.  Create other filters that are relevant to your business and separate them out in columns.

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Inquiry, Curiosity, Exploration and the Common Core | Edutopia

Inquiry, Curiosity, Exploration and the Common Core | Edutopia | Educational Thought | Scoop.it
Math teacher and professional development specialist Karen Lea looks at the Common Core ELA standards for lessons that will motivate students through inquiry, curiosity and exploration. ...
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