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“Lo importante será la reputación, no la privacidad”│@petezin @el_pais

“Lo importante será la reputación, no la privacidad”│@petezin @el_pais | Educomunicación |
La antropóloga de Intel Genevieve Bell persigue la integración de la tecnología en los humanos sin que se perciba. Por ROSA JIMÉNEZ CANO

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Alfabetizaciones múltiples

Alfabetizaciones múltiples | Educomunicación |
Un nuevo ecosistema de aprendizaje

Via CPR Oviedo, Ramon Aragon, Elisa Hergueta
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3 Ways to Use Social Media to Find Out More About Your Ideal Client | Socially Sorted

3 Ways to Use Social Media to Find Out More About Your Ideal Client | Socially Sorted | Educomunicación |

These 3 Simple Strategies will help you to use social media to get inside the head of your ideal client and find out valuable information about how to help them.

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Using Statistics in Social Research: A Concise Approach - Free eBook Share

Using Statistics in Social Research: A Concise Approach - Free eBook Share | Educomunicación |
eBook Free Download: Using Statistics in Social Research: A Concise Approach | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 146148572X | 2013-09-30 | English | PutLocker

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Fox eBook's curator insight, September 15, 2013 9:29 PM

This book covers applied statistics for the social sciences with upper-level undergraduate students in mind. The chapters are based on lecture notes from an introductory statistics course the author has taught for a number of years. The book integrates statistics into the research process, with early chapters covering basic philosophical issues underpinning the process of scientific research. These include the concepts of deductive reasoning and the falsifiability of hypotheses, the development of a research question and hypotheses, and the process of data collection and measurement. Probability theory is then covered extensively with a focus on its role in laying the foundation for statistical reasoning and inference. After illustrating the Central Limit Theorem, later chapters address the key, basic statistical methods used in social science research, including various z and t tests and confidence intervals, nonparametric chi square tests, one-way analysis of variance,  correlation, simple regression, and multiple regression, with a discussion of the key issues involved in thinking about causal processes. Concepts and topics are illustrated using both real and simulated data. The penultimate chapter presents rules and suggestions for the successful presentation of statistics in tabular and graphic formats, and the final chapter offers suggestions for subsequent reading and study.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Overview of the Research Process
Chapter 3 Data and Its Acquisition
Chapter 4 Summarizing Data with Descriptive Statistics
Chapter 5 Probability Theory
Chapter 6 Statistical Inference
Chapter 7 Statistical Approaches for Nominal Data: Chi-Square Tests
Chapter 8 Comparing Means Across Multiple Groups: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Chapter 9 Correlation and Simple Regression
Chapter 10 Introduction to Multiple Regression
Chapter 11 Presenting Results of Statistical Analysis
Chapter 12 Conclusion
Appendix A Statistical Tables
Appendix B Answers to Selected Exercises

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Francesco Tonucci. La escuela que queremos

Francesco Tonucci. La escuela que queremos | Educomunicación |
El 23 de marzo de 2011 se celebró en Sevilla una jornada educativa bajo el lema Otra escuela es posible. En ella participaron docentes, niños, centros educativos y familias. El cierre los pusieron las palabras de Francesco Tonnuci.

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IntuiFace - Build More Than Presentations. Create Experiences.

IntuiFace - Build More Than Presentations. Create Experiences. | Educomunicación |
IntuiFace is the next generation of presentation programs. Build interactive experiences for multi-touch displays, remote gesture devices like Microsoft Kinect and Leap Motion,

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, September 15, 2013 12:54 PM

IntuiFace is an amazing innovative platform with multi-touch, gesture recognition features for creating interactive presentations. There are examples and tutorials to help you get started.

Incredible but there is a free version which lets you explore the software and see if it is right for you.


Thanks for the suggestion to Paolo Tosolini.

Melanie Holcombe's curator insight, September 20, 2013 4:50 AM

need to try this

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Diseño y gestión de entornos virtuales de formación. #elearning

Diseño y gestión de entornos virtuales de formación. #elearning | Educomunicación |

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How I process RSS feeds

How I process RSS feeds | Educomunicación |
Video source One of the first things I do every morning is process my RSS feeds. I normally do this on my bus ride to work with the help of Feedly. In this video I show you how I skim anywhere betw...

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Upcoming webinars from the OER Research Hub

Upcoming webinars from the OER Research Hub | Educomunicación |

Are OER complementary or competitive with formal education? Some recent research findings

OER and Policy changes at institutional level

Are OER the answer? Possibilities and challenges for OER use in the Indian education system

Flipped or flipped open? Using, creating and sharing free online resources in the flipped classroom

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No, It’s Not That Easy, and The Top 15 Marketing Technology Articles Curated Friday, 9/13/13

No, It’s Not That Easy, and The Top 15 Marketing Technology Articles Curated Friday, 9/13/13 | Educomunicación |

Feeling a bit guilty. I don't want to talk about my own private Idaho, but there's an inherent problem with all the positive marketing technology content that we're collectively reading/reviewing.


I’m constantly reviewing and delivering a plethora of marketing technology articles that are seemingly so simple to grasp: top 10 this, 5 ways to do that, etc. And on the surface, it really is easy to understand the point of the article, the tools/tips/tricks, the strategies and tactics, and so on.


But that’s one layer of the onion. Dig a bit deeper, and it’s much harder than presented.


Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, regarding marketing technology for the B2B marketer is complex. Implementation may be fairly easy, but it’s difficult to get the results you want/desire. Why? It takes two resources that you may not have: time (a luxury), and expertise. Those constraints will prevent you from achieving what you want, and thus is the justification for outsourcing.


POV: I’m delivering the knowledge our there to you, but only you know what you can and cannot do relative to your desires. And it ain’t easy.


Marketing technology…NOW!


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Big Social Data: The Second Era Starts - Social Media Explorer | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 8:54 AM


Doug Kessler looks forward to the Second Era of Social Media which is characterized by Big Social Data. Today, Social Data is only just emerging as a discipline, when it does fully emerge, the Second Era of social kicks in.




Make no mistake: the new Big Social Data tools will make the current ones look like so many Etch-A-Sketches.


There’s no structure. Context is buried or lost. The torrent never stops. And the sheer volumes are staggering. This kind of data challenge demands a new kind of analytics stack that doesn’t rely on neat little databases and tidy indexes. The next generation of Social Data platforms and apps designed to handle this is emerging. In my job as a high-paid pimp for tech companies, I’ve seen some of these. And I’ve been blown away.


When Big Data techniques are applied to the social media firehose, some amazing things start to happen. Like being able to ask some unbelievably specific questions and getting instant answers. Or being able to predict the things that, today, we can only react to. Today, Social Data is only just emerging as a discipline. When it does fully emerge, the Second Era of social kicks in.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

I suppose the action item is: don't invest too heavily in tools if the second era is going to blow this away.



10 Top Google Plus Tools for Digital Marketers - Jeffbullas's Blog | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 8:34 AM


Google+ is making waves in social media. So what are some powerful Google Plus tools that should be added to your social media marketing toolbox to improve your effectiveness?


Summarized and excerpted...


#1. Adobe Social

Adobe Social is all about relationships. With the new Adobe® Social, marketers have a comprehensive solution to build stronger connections through content that’s guided by tangible data. It allows you to create, publish, monitor and respond to conversations, measure results, and connect social activities to business results.


#2. Sprinklr

Sprinklr is a disruptor. Want to manage your social media at scale from one place then Sprinklr is worth checking out.


#3. Engagor

Engagor can monitor, analyze and measure engagement. It can manage specific Twitter accounts, Facebook pages, Linkedin groups, RSS feeds, Google+ profiles and Foursquare venues. Posts, interactions and growth statistics for these profiles are also monitored.


#4. Salesforce Marketing Cloud

The Salesforce Marketing Cloud has had Radian 6 and Buddy Media in its toolkit for a while now. The feature set has been strengthened by the addition of Exact Target to its suite of products. The addition of Google+ as a third party partner platform makes its offering comprehensive.


#5. SproutSocial

SproutSocial is also part of the third party Google+ page management partnership. Its features include managing publishing, engagement, monitoring, mobile, CRM and analytics. 


#6. Hootsuite

One of those time saving platforms for updating Google+ is Hootsuite which allows you to manage sharing to Google+. If you have a Google+ “Page” then it also allows you to update the page and also schedule updates.


#7. WidgetPlus

The WidgetPlus widget allows you to show the visitors of your blog or website that you have a Google+ account. Therefor it’s a great opportunity to get in touch with your visitors! It also provides social proof by displaying your Google+ follower count.


#8. RecommendedUsers

Want to identify users to follow on Google+ that the community values? Then allows you to find and share the most interesting users and valuable content on Google+. 


#9. PlusClout

If you need to identify Influential users on Google+ then you ca use the website. PlusClout is the measurement of influence a user has on Google+. It is a number between 0 and 100.


#10. Simply Measured

Metrics are often built into applications but there are many that just focus on monitoring and measuring. Simply Measured is one of those tools that measures. Google+ is now one of the nine major social networks it collects data on and presents in a very visual format.


iNeoMarketing's insight:




4 Ways to Improve B2B Marketing Results - OMI | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 8:03 AM


The B2B buying process is changing. Improve B2B marketing and keep your results ahead of the curve with real-time content, social selling, and more.


Key excerpt...


3. Engage your audience with video and YouTube.

85% of the US audience is now viewing video online on a weekly basis, and 37% of B2B customers access videos via mobile devices to research products and services. It’s more important than ever to refine your video strategy to adjust to changing technology and available marketing techniques. And don’t worry if your budget is small but your goals are big—effective video marketing doesn’t require  heavy production—just a smart message that’s relevant to your target audience. Watch B2B Video: Best Practices and Techniques to see how Cisco uses video to reach their target audiences.


4. Adopt social selling and monitor buying signals.

According to a study by IBM, 75% of buyers are likely to use social media in the purchase process, and when IBM adopted a social selling pilot program, they saw a 400% increase in sales. Wow! But what is “social selling”, at least in the context of digital?  It’s pretty simple—leveraging social networks, content, and the entire digital ecosystem to build meaningful connections, nurture relationships, share expertise, and position yourself as credible and trustworthy—all critical parts of the sales process, whether offline or online. (I like Jill Rowley’s deep dive into the topic.)


iNeoMarketing's insight:

I skipped the first two as they were BS. The last two are important, and could have an immediate impact on short term results. Video/YouTube can drive prospects quickly, and social monitoring tools can identify quick opportunities. Look to HootSuite for help on this.



Don't Have A Big Data Strategy Yet? Good. | Forrester Blogs | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 8:11 AM




I've found, in my direct interactions with firms, that leaders know the real value of big data is lower cost and greater agility. When I interviewed 11 firms with production-class big data implementations, all of them told me the same thing — they got into big data when they couldn't figure out how to accomplish what their business wanted in an affordable way with their existing technology. Further, none of these firms started with external social, mobile, or other exotic forms of data. They began with data they had and understood but could not afford to capture and analyze at scale.


The point is that high-performance firms seem to be on to something in big data that many miss. It's not about the hype, it's about the best solution to meet needs most effectively. They are opportunistically finding ways to exploit new technology and analytic techniques to get past limitations, lower cost, and create greater agility; and they are focusing on the data they have while looking opportunistically toward the potential for adding newer internal and external data sets into the mix.


While all this works out, the best advice I can give firms is to dump their isolated, IT-led "big data strategy" aspiration, and embrace the potential that the big data concept implies. Rather than separate big data or even data strategies, I encourage firms to ensure that a plan for data is a part of their business strategy, and this plan must account for the new reality — we have the tools and techniques to enable agility while we affordably operate a larger scale. At the end of the day, that's what big data is all about.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

The main point: plan for data to be a huge part of the business strategy, and not shove it over to the side as a department task. There's plenty of data out there (or in there, when looking in the mirror), so start with a meaningful goal and move from there. And this is absolutely applicable to the B2B Marketer: start small, e.g., social monitoring, and build on it.



How to Build a LinkedIn Marketing Plan that Delivers Ongoing Results | Social Media Examiner | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:54 AM


LinkedIn for business: here's a complete guide to create the marketing strategy you need for your business to be successful on LinkedIn




#1: Build a Robust Company Page on LinkedIn

To create a business presence on LinkedIn and gain access to additional features that enhance your visibility, you must build a LinkedIn company page.


#2: Launch a LinkedIn Group Based on Your Company or Industry

LinkedIn groups are still going strong and are another component of a comprehensive strategy that helps position your company as an industry thought leader.


#3: Create an “All Hands on Deck” Ongoing Thought Leadership Program

Although you’ll need to designate specific company employees or partners to help implement and maintain your comprehensive LinkedIn marketing strategy, getting all employees involved and on the same page is critical to success.


#4: Leverage Paid LinkedIn Content Ads and Sponsored Updates

While LinkedIn social ads grow company page followers and group membership, there are additional ads run on LinkedIn that drive clicks to your website, or preferably to a specified landing page.


#5: Monitor, Track, Adjust

Before you begin to build out your comprehensive LinkedIn marketing strategy, decide what your business goals are. The success of your comprehensive LinkedIn marketing strategy is measured by whether you achieve your goals.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Just because it's simple doesn't mean it's easy. It's not. It takes time, effort, dedication. And you can't get sucked into its vortex, otherwise you'll get nothing else done.



Creating an Inbound Marketing Content Strategy - ClickZ | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:40 AM


How to create an effective and targeted content strategy that will drive targeted prospects to your website, convert them into quality leads, and make your sales team and boss love you.




Start With Your Personas

Whether it's marketing or product development, everything you do in your business should all start with your personas. Your company's personas should be at the heart of everything you do in your inbound marketing strategy, including content.


Map It All Out: Lifecycle Stage Is Key

To make your life easier, I've created a basic inbound marketing content strategy template that you can use in developing your content strategy. This should be used as a general guide, but feel free to change and modify it based on your business. You can download the free template here.


Realize Problem or Need (Driving Visitors)

At the very top of the inbound marketing funnel your goal is to drive prospects to your website. There are many different parts to this from social, email, etc., but the one we are interested in for this discussion is blogging.

I want you to think of your blog as the fuel of your content (and marketing) engine. Blogs can be used to boost the impact of all the other marketing channels (social, SEO, email, etc). Once developed over time it will prove to be the biggest driver of traffic to your website and be one of your company's biggest digital assets.


Perform Research (Top Funnel)

In this stage content types that work effectively are e-books, webinars, research guides, reports, etc. Again, I can't stress enough how important it is to keep this non-biased, non-promotional, and focused around amazing quality content that delights and educates that person.


Establish Buying Criteria (Middle Funnel)

In this stage there are a few more styles of content that work especially well in bringing across the feeling and messages you want at this stage. These include white papers, webinars, comparison guides, detailed guides, etc.


Evaluating Vendors (Bottom Funnel)

If your inbound marketing has been done correctly it will be your best sales team member. The lead will be very interested in your solutions, have a great deal of education on the topic, and be biased toward your solution over competitors.


Think SEO

Once you have created an inbound marketing content map then you can start thinking about how you can incorporate SEO into the mix. Start using keyword and search tools to find the best titles and copy to include in your content to ensure it will be found by those who are searching online.


Review and Update

It's also important to consider that you should be revisiting both your personas and your content strategy map on a monthly or at the minimum quarterly basis. As new information and ideas come out, it will be important to include those into your persona profile and pivot your content accordingly.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Inbound 101. It's beautiful when simplified, such as you see above. More details in the original post, but it's not that hard.



Data-Driven Marketing Step One: Get Smart, Get Strategic - Forbes | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:26 AM


“How should we get started?” I’m asked that question all the time. It’s clear that by now, most marketers recognize the link between data-driven marketing and business value.




When I say, “It’s time to get strategic,” I mean you need to develop each one of these five:

1. Customer interaction strategy. Map and understand the buyer journey, from first contact all the way through purchase and aftermarket relationships. Then, identify the changes that need to occur in your company across organizations, systems and data to transform and deliver on your customer engagement plan. Remember: Your goal is to create a consistent, omnichannel customer-centric journey.


2. Analytics strategy. There are three main categories of analytics: business analytics, predictive analytics and prescriptive analytics. Because data and technology will fuel analytics, you need to determine where you are currently and what type of analytics you need to compete and better position your organization in this age of digital disruption.


3. Data strategy. Given the traditional silos of information across the enterprise and the fact that data-driven marketing requires credible data, the development of an enterprise-wide data strategy is absolutely critical. In order for your data strategy to be actionable, it needs to permeate the enterprise, and it needs to be driven as a partnership between IT, marketing and other key business functions.


4. Organizational strategy Since big data transcends departmental walls and challenges conventional approaches, it is disrupting traditional organizational structures and silos. As a result, the C-suite needs to work together to revisit organizational models, evaluate current structures and design new approaches to maximize revenue growth in this new world.


5. Technology strategy. Successful organizations not only nurture strategic partnerships between the CMO and CIO, but also marry business and technology strategy. Then, when debates or roadblocks emerge in these companies, the CIO and CMO can use the broader vision to continue to drive change.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Most B2B marketers do not need a Big Data strategy, however, you do need a Data strategy, and these five points are invaluable when thinking about how to structure that strategy.



10 Takeaways from Content Marketing World - Eloqua | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:21 AM


10 tips from the Content Marketing World community, and a tool to content check yourself (so you don’t wreck yourself).




Here are 10 Hall of Fame-worthy takeaways to help you navigate the content marketing jungle:

1. You need customer personas, just like you need buyer personas. Personalization hinges on them! –Ardath Albee, Marketing Interactions
2. Content innovation comes from all around us. Find that thing that inspires you and apply it to your industry. –Ann Handley, MarketingProfs
3. Social is the gasoline that fuels content. –Jay Baer, Youtility
4. Strategically “eavesdropping” or listening, like HiltonSuggests, can help provide utility and value regardless of transactional exchange. –Jay Baer

5. The future of content is visual, real-time, mobile, human and cross-platform. Find out what contributes to a moment of inquiry becoming a lead. –Lee Odden, TopRank Online
6. Behind every successful content marketing program is a home-run piece. –Doug Kessler, Velocity
7. Customers are a wonderful test bed for floating new ideas! Chances are if they get excited; others will, too! –Ardath Albee
8. Leverage research and feast on the content. Slice, dice, tweak, and tweet it. -Todd Wheatland, Kelly Services
9. Keep in mind the ‘5 rings of buyer insight’ (priority initiatives; success factors; perceived barriers; buyer’s journey; decision criteria) – Adele Revella, Buyer Persona Institute
10. “If you don’t have the room to fail, you don’t have the right to grow.” – Jonathan Mildenhall, Coca-Cola


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Some of the aforementioned are Seth-ish, but there are a few that are worthy of further investigate, e.g., #1, #9



Search Ranking Factors 2013: What Does Google Look For? [Infographic] - Profs | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:02 AM


Search Engine Marketing - High numbers of social signals—such as likes, shares, tweets, and plus-ones—help websites appear at the top of Google search results, according to a recent study by Searchmetrics.

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Google Plus Vs Facebook [infographic] | Digital Information World | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 7:00 AM


This infographic will explain which social network (Facebook or Google) will win and most importantly which network can help you to rock your brand presence.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Make no mistake: Google+ for B2B over FB.



Infographic: The Success of a Salesman | Pipeliner CRM | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 6:59 AM



Infographic: Step-by-step SEO guide for blog posts - HUA Marketing | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 6:58 AM


You want your blog posts to appear at the top of search engine results, right? Then use this easy-to-understand chart to make sure your posts claim the top spot.



Infographic: The Content Marketing Matrix - Marketing Technology Blog | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 6:55 AM


Content marketing strategies continue to change, especially with advancements in mobile technologies and access to high bandwidth is becoming commonplace. Marketers need to be more resourceful in their approach to generate content.



Infographic: Why Use Visual Content in Social Media? - Marketing Technology Blog | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 6:54 AM


B2B Marketing Infographics recently created an infographic to take a closer look at some interesting statistics from Heidi Cohen in using visual content in social media marketing.



Infographic: 6 Things You Should Know About Mobile Video Advertising | Reputation Capital | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

From - Today, 6:52 AM


Check out this infographic from the team at Vungle to find out what you don't know -- but should -- about mobile video advertising.


iNeoMarketing's insight:

Yes, it is B2C oriented, but there's value in the stats that may lead us to think that perhaps we should consider this as a part of the inbound strategy.

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marketingIO's curator insight, September 13, 2013 9:24 AM
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eduCanon | Educomunicación |

Flipped and Blended Interactive Video Platform - 

Interactive video lesson builder, integration with YouTube, unlimited lesson and question creation, up to six classes, multiple-choice question type, real-time question-by-question monitoring, private/public lesson sharing, and Google single sign-on.

Via Laura Spencer
Terri's curator insight, September 15, 2013 10:31 AM

#flippedclassroom #edtech 

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Memecracia: la era de las ideas contagiosas

Memecracia: la era de las ideas contagiosas | Educomunicación |
En los años finales del siglo XX ocurrió algo insólito. El mundo se convirtió en una bola donde podía rodar, en un solo segundo, una misma conversación.

Via Pedro Luque
Pedro Luque's curator insight, September 16, 2013 3:51 AM

Excelente articulo en Yorokobu aprovechando la publicación de "Memecracia: Los virales que nos gobiernan" de la periodista Delia Rodríguez.

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Stories to TEL: Learning in networks and in communities of practice

Stories to TEL: Learning in networks and in communities of practice | Educomunicación |
a blog post on the difference between a learning network and a community of practice

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, September 15, 2013 12:54 PM

"In the context of an article on MOOCs I co-author, one of the reviewers raised the question of how networks and communities, in particular networks for learning and communities of practice, are different from each other. Without tracing the complex history of learning in social networks, one can safely say that all of it is rooted in the pioneering work on social learning done by such people as Alfred Bandura and, later on, Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger. Was Bandura interest in all kinds of learning, primarily formal, school-based learning, Lave and Wenger thank their fame to their development of the concept of a community of practice. The participants of such communities learn by peripheral participationthey claim, that is through their presence in the many professional discussions that take place in the context of the community. Thus learning is social, as with Bandura, but also almost accidental."

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Hangouts en directo integran una nueva herramienta para interactuar con la audiencia

Hangouts en directo integran una nueva herramienta para interactuar con la audiencia | Educomunicación |
Una interesante sorpresa nos encontraremos a la hora de realizar un hangout en directo, que cambiará totalmente la forma de interactuar con la audiencia

Via enmarcha, Charo Neira García
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Atlapedia, mapas físicos y políticos de todos los países del mundo

Atlapedia, mapas físicos y políticos de todos los países del mundo | Educomunicación |
Atlapedia es un sitio de gran valor didáctico que reúne una gran colección de mapas físicos y políticos de múltiples países del mundo y de los continentes.

Via Pedro Luque
Pedro Luque's curator insight, September 16, 2013 3:53 AM

Poderosa herramienta, en especial para docentes y estudiantes de secundaria, para encontrar mapas, tanto físicos como políticos.

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Educational Theory and Practice: The Multitasking Myth: Technology Use and Instructional Outcomes

Educational Theory and Practice: The Multitasking Myth: Technology Use and Instructional Outcomes | Educomunicación |

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
Gestalt's curator insight, September 16, 2013 5:09 AM

Sommes-nous réellement confrontés à un monde "multitâches" ? Cet article démontre que nous ne sommes pas encore des humains 2.0 et que ce monde multitâches est essentiellement un mythe et qu'il conviendrait plutôt de parler de "commutation de tâches" (task switching)

Anesthesia Education's curator insight, November 20, 2013 10:52 PM

Who are you fooling with multi-tasking and education.   A new perspective for anesthesiologists  #anesthesia



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3 Social Media Tools to Identify Influential Bloggers

3 Social Media Tools to Identify Influential Bloggers | Educomunicación |

There are a range of of social media tools to identify influential bloggers. Here are 3 cool tools to assist you in your blogger outreach strategies.

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SmileDrive: Gamifica y sociabiliza tu conducción

SmileDrive: Gamifica y sociabiliza tu conducción | Educomunicación |
Hace no mucho Volskwagen a través de su campaña The Fun Theory nos mostraba diferentes ejemplos de como hacer algo más divertido influía en el comportamiento de las personas.

Via ThePinkSalmon, jose antonio gabelas
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TimeRime, líneas de tiempo interactivas.

TimeRime, líneas de tiempo interactivas. | Educomunicación |

Via Juan Jesús Baño Egea
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Tiene muy buena pinta, si señor. Gracias por el aporte.

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Congreso Mundial de eLearning. Fechas y metodología 2013

Congreso Mundial de eLearning. Fechas y metodología 2013 | Educomunicación |
El Congreso Virtual Mundial de e-Learning es el primero en su tipo. No solo marcará una tendencia sino también se convertirá en un referente…

Via Angel Vicentín
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Content Curation Guide for SEO

Content Curation Guide for SEO | Educomunicación |

Via Marc Rougier, Lauren Moss
Bev Dantz's curator insight, October 8, 2013 8:56 AM

Great description of what content curation is and why/how it works!

Ali Anani's curator insight, October 21, 2013 12:58 AM
Self-explanatory guide- a very relevant work
John Thomas's curator insight, February 10, 2014 6:53 AM

Content Curation Guide for SEO | 

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Guía para buscar en Google de manera profesional

Guía para buscar en Google de manera profesional

Via Alvaro Monroy López, Silvan Pan Morel
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Identidad Digital y Redes Sociales con menores

Identidad Digital y Redes Sociales con menores | Educomunicación |
Site dedicado al Taller de ID y RS en Aulablog 2011 (RT @vicensvives: Genial Web con mucha información sobre Identidad Digital y #Redes Sociales con menores #Infantil...

Via Ramon Aragon, Ricardo_FM, jose antonio gabelas
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Google Drive - a Complete User Guide.

What is Google Drive? A complete guide how to use it. Cloud (storage), Creation, Collaboration, Communication How to access Google Drive, including from Goog...

Via Kathleen Cercone, Kirsten Naughton
LundTechIntegration's curator insight, August 28, 2013 10:59 AM

Great resource. 

Kirsten Naughton's curator insight, August 28, 2013 2:35 PM

Great video on using Google Drive 

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Physion - Physics Simulation Software

Physion - Physics Simulation Software | Educomunicación |
Physion is a Physics simulation software for creating interactive physics simulations and educational experiments.
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