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Professor Jill Jameson's insight:
Important guide to help students re. risks of social media
Smashingapps shows us how the world spends its time online.
Infographics is a new way of showing information through graphical representation. We recently posted some interesting posts on infographics that you can also find on the net.
Great demonstration on how infographics can increase your understanding of the interlinking world of social media and it’s impact on the global internet users.
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond"
Read more: [http://bit.ly/uuBUoq]
It’s clear that today’s students rely heavily on electronic devices even when they’re not incorporated in the classroom. In one survey of college students, 38% said they couldn’t even go 10 minutes without switching on some sort of electronic device.
But how students are using their devices, how technology is affecting their educational experience, and what effect it has on their well-being are questions that are harder to answer. In the infographic below, online higher education database Onlineeducation.net has summed up some of the existing research on these points.
Via Anthony Beal
Many thanks to the Content Curation Social Media Scoop-It topic for their excellent work on this as quoted below and in the attached:
"This article on fastcodesign.com features what can be best described as Infographic Art, produced by Eric Fischer.
There is a World map in which there are no borders and the predominant language of Tweets are depicted in colors.
There are 4 other maps, the third of which, of New York City, "has extremely intermixed borders--a crucial feature of the city's famed cultural melting pot".
The depictions are beautiful. See them all here: [http://bit.ly/rZTnd7]