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14 Ways To Store And Share Files On The iPad

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iPads are neat little devices that can pretty much do it all: play music, support interactive content, reshape how we think of textbooks, produce high-quality videos, and even take a step back and function as a good old-fashioned typewriter.

The iPad does, however, have its share of flaws ranging from those hardware related (proprietary connections that work with Apple and only Apple products), to software (if you want an iPad, you must go through iTunes). And one of the educators’ biggest gripes with the iPad is its lack of storage space.


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Why Quality Professional Development for Teachers Matters

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Providing high-quality professional development for teachers may be the most important thing schools can do to improve students learning.

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References, Please by Tim Parks

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We have an absolutely false, energy-consuming, nit-picking attachment to an outdated procedure that now has much more to do with the sad psychology of academe than with the need to guarantee that the research is serious.

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La recherche doit évoluer a l'ère du numérique. Elle doit aussi encourager les éditeurs a fournir des services de lecture et d'annotation numérique moins verrouillés et de permettre des citations précises sur ebook. La lecture numérique est encore loin de l'adaptation nécessaire a la recherche...

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On the way to academic search engine optimization?

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displacement – social studies of science and technology, 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, October 17-20, 2012
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

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These Are Τhe 10 Amazing TED Talks You Need Τo Watch

These Are Τhe 10 Amazing TED Talks You Need Τo Watch | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
When it comes to acquiring knowledge, there is only one place on the Internet nowadays, every successful person would suggest without hesitation - TED talk

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Hashtag Research Tools and Management - the Complete List #Hashtag

Hashtag Research Tools and Management - the Complete List #Hashtag | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
A complete list of hashtag research tools, monitoring, and management platforms for monitoring hashtags across Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and more (15 Tools for Hashtag Research and Management http://t.co/lyO1YnfsJw)...

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12 Content Research Tools You Should Be Using

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When it comes to content marketing research, there are a number of tools at your disposal. Here are 12 you should be using.

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Six Ways to Be a Lifelong Learner

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I cringe when I hear an adults joke about not having read a book since high school. I especially cringe if the person who says that has any regular interaction with young people. It’s not so much t...

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, September 16, 11:04 AM

I cringe with the contemporary notion about what a life-long learner is. The term has been appropriated into a neo-liberal agenda to mean we are learning what the boss says we should. Having said this, the article makes valuable points. For example, reading and setting aside a fund for new books are excellent ideas. Reaching out to others who might add to who you are is also another good idea.

 

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6 ways to start a speech

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The opening of your speech needs to be an attention grabber. You want the audience to sit straight in anticipation of what’s coming. A “thank you mr. chairman, I’m delighted to be...

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Question, word, statistic, action, quote, and story are great ways to begin a speech and teaching students.

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Confound it! Correlation is (usually) not causation! But why not? - Less Wrong

Confound it! Correlation is (usually) not causation! But why not? - Less Wrong | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
It is widely understood that statistical correlation between two variables ≠ causation. But despite this admonition, people are routinely overconfident in clai

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 28, 6:32 PM

They are not the same thing; however it is good to ask this question and remind ourselves that cause and effect can only be seen in retrospect. They do help in predicting what might happen. The key word is might. It cannot be with certainty beyond might.

 

This is why I love articles predicting the Internets future, provide a certain number of habits that lead to success, and use an average to suggest what a teacher should do in classrooms. It is fun to predict, helpful to use certain habits which do not take too seriously, and realize junior high students are able to know sometimes that number does not represent any real classroom and student.

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A Brief History of Time | 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life.

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A Brief History of Time | 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life


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Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Humanities, and the Future of Academic Publishing

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 “‘Digital scholarship’ is its own animal, a chimera that defies the conventions of print scholarship.” ~ Roopika Risam, “Rethinking Peer Review in the Age of Digital Humanities” It is not...

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How researchers can benefit from blogging and other social media

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I have been invited to give a session on blogging and social media at the University of Roehampton on Tuesday 6 May. The talk will discuss some of the benefits of blogging and the utility of other ...

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Developing a research agenda: contributing new knowledge via intent and focus.

Developing a research agenda: contributing new knowledge via intent and focus. | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
This may intrst you >> RT @EdPsychReporter Developing a research agenda http://t.co/59k0Ta10im >> I wished it was an infographic. #meaculpa

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5 Great Academic Search Engines for Student Researchers - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

5 Great Academic Search Engines for Student Researchers - EdTechReview™ (ETR) | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
List of five great academic search engines for student researchers to make their search easy and relevant.

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Search Engine Optimization and Your Journal Article: Do you want the bad news first? | Exchanges

Search Engine Optimization and Your Journal Article: Do you want the bad news first? | Exchanges | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it

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York University Libraries » Academic Search Engine Optimization


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How Four Statistical Rules Forecast Who Wins a Competitive Bid, Webinar Oct.22

Can Bayesian statistics really determine in advance if the bid you are offering will be the winner or just another loser? And, if the metrics forecast a loss, can the same algorithm tell you what to change in order to win instead? Competitive bidding is where big money sales opportunities are won or lost, and there are four (4) rules that can help you turn a losing situation into a winning sale. These four rules help you better understand what the customer wants, examine what competitors might do in response and how to beat them, while helping you to offer the best bid, optimized for yours and your prospective customer’s intended outcome. Statistical metrics evaluate your probability of success against the competition and help you more objectively determine how to win. But how can you get at the foundational issues that will determine who will win?


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Research Tools: “33 Tips to Maximize Articles' ...

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Nader Ale Ebrahim's academic activities. Home · About · Images · Journal Papers · Publications · Scoop.it · Uncategorized. Research Tools: “33 Tips to Maximize Articles' Citation Frequency … July 1, 2014 … Tool Box”.

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What Is A Peer-Reviewed Article? - Evaluating Information Sources - Subject Guides at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Subject Guides. Evaluating Information Sources. What Is A Peer-Reviewed Article?.

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Free eLearning Books - The Ultimate List - eLearning Industry

Free eLearning Books - The Ultimate List - eLearning Industry | Personalized Professional Development | Scoop.it
Free eLearning Books: The Ultimate List of Free eLearning eBooks. 53 free eLearning and instructional design books from the eLearning industry's top talents

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How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing

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Writing is a hard work and that is why we always find excuses to postpone it.If you are working on a dissertation, a thesis, a research proposal, journal article, or grant proposal then chances you have already experienced some of those detestable...

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Writing is hard work.

 

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How Google Has Changed Student Research

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You know how some days, you feel older than others? I always tend to feel old when I look at education trends and examine just how far technology has come since I was in graduate school (which really doesn’t feel that long ago).

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Scholarly publishers and their high profits

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“I recently published the below chart to document the outrageous profit margins of scholarly publishers in the sciences. This post is to provide the sources for the numbers in the chart. The Woolwor...”


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7 Strategies for Scholars Publishing Qualitative Research from an Associate Editor

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From Trish Reay’s editorial,“Publishing Qualitative Research” from the April issue of Family Business Review: As associate editor at Family Business Review (FBR), I have received and managed many manuscripts based on qualitative research methods.


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How to Write a Literature Review

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Communicating interesting and relevant psychological research to the public (RT @psychinaction: Are you [or your students] writing a literature review?

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