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Bibblio: Social and Open Learning Tool Launches in time for the New Academic Year -

Bibblio: Social and Open Learning Tool Launches in time for the New Academic Year - | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“Join the learning resources revolution, visit Bibblio and be a part of a new community of educators.”
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Terri Rice's curator insight, September 1, 2014 4:19 PM

Bibblio is a wonderful tool. If you haven't tried it yet, you must! I joined for free and began reading, curating, and sharing immediately. Exceptional!

Quran Coaching's curator insight, September 2, 2014 1:33 AM

The Quran-Coaching is the best platform for the quran learning by taking online quran classes.
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Chris Brown's curator insight, September 2, 2014 10:17 AM

Bibblio is a new online tool that you might find of interest.  This is a library of curated content has learning resources that are not widely known.


Interesting tool.  Read the article, then try the tool.  See what you think.

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This GTD Workflow Is How I Finally Got My Email Inbox Under Control

This GTD Workflow Is How I Finally Got My Email Inbox Under Control | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“ I have a confession to make: I hate email. I hate it so much that emails would just pile up, sometimes burying ones that are actually important. That all changed this weekend when I copied this GTD Gmail setup from startup founder Andreas Klinger.”
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Mastering The Fine Art Of Getting To The Point

Mastering The Fine Art Of Getting To The Point | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“I could talk about being brief all day long,” McCormack deadpans. Instead, he boils it down to “the elusive 600.” People have a natural mental capacity to process 750 words a minute, McCormack explains, but we only speak at a rate of 150 words per minute. “If you do the math, brevity is about managing people's attention” as the spare 600 words rattle their focus. Here are McCormack’s pointers on the fine art of getting to the point.
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Integrating Design Thinking and Scientific Process | Innochat

Integrating Design Thinking and Scientific Process | Innochat | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“Tomorrow's #innochat is on a core topic "Integrating Design Thinking and Scientific Process" http://t.co/3dnR237sEo”;
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Free Icons - DryIcons

Free Icons - DryIcons | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“ Over 5000 Icons in 76 Sets: Flat Christmas, Grey Moonlight, Orange Moonlight, Pixelistica Blue, Christmas, Travel and Tourism - Part 2”
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The Top 10 Open-Source CRM Solutions

“ The names you need to know for a customizable, scalable and affordable open-source solution.”
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Five Must-Read Books on Design Thinking Methods

Five Must-Read Books on Design Thinking Methods | Tecnology | Scoop.it
“There are a lot of books on design thinking. A search on Amazon.com for the term will yield thousands of results. So how do you know which books are worthwhile?”
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YouCanBook.Me

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“ The Easiest Way To Take Bookings Online. Let people book fixed length slots straight into your Google Calendar.”
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