Occupy Your Voice! Mulit-Media News and Net Neutrality Too
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Occupy Your Voice! Mulit-Media News and Net Neutrality Too
Tracks what is developing about net neutrality, the right to access the internet and information, and other multi-media news, mail, print, technological, radio, wifi, trends and any communication system.A watchful eye on communication policy is kept to report new developments and organized citizen efforts to push back and protect citizens' communication systems from government and corporate over reaching.
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Not engaging with open data is 'a loser’s game' - Efficiency Exchange

Not engaging with open data is 'a loser’s game' - Efficiency Exchange | Occupy Your Voice! Mulit-Media News and Net Neutrality Too | Scoop.it
Following Universities UK’s (UUK) recent open data mashup day in partnership with Jisc and the Open Data Institute, Ian Morton of UUK reflects on how smarter use of data by universities could play a significant part in answering the objectives of the government’s green paper on higher education – and also much more.

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How to Motivate Students - Researched-Based Strategies

How to Motivate Students - Researched-Based Strategies | Occupy Your Voice! Mulit-Media News and Net Neutrality Too | Scoop.it

"A new Center on Education Policy report, Student Motivation—An Overlooked Piece of School Reform, pulls together findings about student motivation from decades of major research conducted by scholars, organizations, and practitioners...

Researchers generally agree on four major dimensions that contribute to student motivation (below). At least one of these dimensions must be satisfied for a student to be motivated. The more dimensions that are met, and the more strongly they are met, the greater the motivation will be."

Four Dimensions of Motivation:

1. Competence

2. Control/Autonomy

3. Interest/Value

4. Relatedness

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