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21st Century Tools Through the Lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy

21st Century Tools Through the Lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Over this past weekend, I attended the 1st Annual Wyoming TEC Conference. TEC stands for Technology in the Evolving Classroom. During this conference, I had the fortunate opportunity to sit in on A...
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Web Site Prototyping on Paper: Analog Tools for Web and Mobile Designers

Web Site Prototyping on Paper: Analog Tools for Web and Mobile Designers | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you like to go back to pen and paper to draw your sketches, rather than launching the latest web prototyping tool, you are probably still doing the best thing. 

 

As Milos Nedved writes on 1stwebdesigner: "...analog methods of prototyping are especially valuable right at the beginning of projects – when speed matters the most.

 

Working with paper, or perhaps a whiteboard, can accelerate the speed of our learning loops.

 

Sketch, feedback, sketch, feedback, sketch feedback – you can go through dozens of iterations in one day and you’ll set solid foundations for the rest of the work.

 

Consider it kind of premium insurance. Getting rough feedback quickly can save you a lot of work."

 

The article contains a short review of a set of analog, paper-based, web design/ mobile prototyping tools.

 

Useful. 8/10

 

Full article: http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/design/paper-prototyping-analog-tools-web-mobile-designers/

 

 


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Digital Curation: A Comprehensive Resource Guide

Digital Curation: A Comprehensive Resource Guide | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Excellent guide to digital curation resources by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.. It includes alphabetically organized lists of digital-curation related resources from academic programs to file formats, guidelines, organizations, blogs, and a very rich list of digital curation software tools.  

 

From the site: "This resource guide presents selected English-language websites and documents that are useful in understanding and conducting digital curation. It is also available as an EPUB file (see How to Read EPUB Files)."

 

Excellent. 9/10

 

Full guide: http://digital-scholarship.org/dcrg/dcrg.htm

 

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Introducing Squirro - Your Personal Digital Research Assistant

Learning how to use search and filtering tools is an essential part of infotention -- the other essential part is about learning to manage your attention online -- Howard

 

"Squirro will revolutionize the way you gather and harvest content in a way that matches your exact interests. Share with friends or colleagues. For work or play. Launching this spring."


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Min Kim's comment, June 7, 2012 8:04 AM
Hi. Mr. Rheingold.

I'm a college student from Korea and i'm always paying attention to what you are collecting here in Scoop.it.

Thank you for great share and have a good day!

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Dennis T OConnor's comment, June 9, 2012 2:36 PM
I'm on the beta waiting list hoping this product will launch soon. I'd like to use it to organize my archive of e-learning research articles in pdf format. I could then share them with my graduate students. ~ Dennis
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Splash - Free Event Website Creator

Splash - Free Event Website Creator | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Splash is a simple way to build an amazing and free website for your event in minutes.
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Network Science and Hubs Visualisation Tool » James Welch

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File format converters - quick and easy with Zamzar

File format converters - quick and easy with Zamzar | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
File format converters don't have to be difficult to use. Converting your files is easier than ever with the Zamzar free web browser button.
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21st Century Tools Through the Lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy

21st Century Tools Through the Lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Over this past weekend, I attended the 1st Annual Wyoming TEC Conference. TEC stands for Technology in the Evolving Classroom. During this conference, I had the fortunate opportunity to sit in on A...
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Clip, Tag and Collect Any Image or Text From The Web with Glue

Clip, Tag and Collect Any Image or Text From The Web with Glue | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Glue is a web app which makes it extremely easy to "clip" any text, image or combination of both from any web page while saving it for you in a tag-based visual board.

 

Collected items can be easily shared on your Twitter channel.

 

As of now Glue works only through a Google Chrome browser extension.

 

Free to use.

 

 More info: http://incredibleglue.com/ ;


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Facebook and smartphones: New tools for psychological science research

Facebook and smartphones: New tools for psychological science research | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Whether you're an iPerson who can't live without a Mac, a Facebook addict, or a gamer, you know that social media and technology say things about your personality and thought processes.
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‘Maximizing The Impacts Of Your Research: A Handbook For Social Scientists’ now available to download as a PDF | Impact of Social Sciences

‘Maximizing The Impacts Of Your Research: A Handbook For Social Scientists’ now available to download as a PDF | Impact of Social Sciences | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

For the past year a team of academics based at the London School of Economics, the University of Leeds and Imperial College have been working on a ‘Research Impacts’ project aimed at developing precise methods for measuring and evaluating the impact of research in the public sphere. We believe the our data will be of interest to all UK universities how to better capture and track the impacts of their social science research and applications work.

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FlashIssue

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Do you hate creating newsletters?

If you think creating email newsletters sucks, then you'll love us.

 

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The Toolbox: a directory of useful single-page sites and apps

The Toolbox: a directory of useful single-page sites and apps | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

A collection of the best time-saving apps, tools, and widgets from around the web

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Planeto | Your Knowledge Network

Planeto is your social Knowledge Network. What knowledge do your friends have? And what is your own expertise? Join Planeto to play, learn and have fun!

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The Beginner's Guide to Twitter

The Beginner's Guide to Twitter | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Got a friend who's ready to take the Twitter plunge? Try this handy beginner's guide to the real-time social network.
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Doing Science 4.0. Deconstructing Web 2.0. Software Above the Level of a Single Device

Doing Science 4.0. Deconstructing Web 2.0. Software Above the Level of a Single Device | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Science 4.0 is a movement resulting from the formation and use of the World Wide Web. Scientists are using the World Wide Web to collaborate and do science in new ways with significant implications...
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Video Annotation Tool [Academic Technology Services, UMN]

Video Annotation Tool [Academic Technology Services, UMN] | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

This is an online tool for adding time line based text annotations to online video. The tool then converts these to and FLV file and sends them to you. Great for instructional video projects.


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Glenn Weidner's comment, June 1, 2012 8:33 AM
Too confusing. Not much written on the website. 14 minute instructional video in the application itself is too long. Tried it with 2 YouTube videos. Nice idea, but maybe a bit premature for teaching in a practical setting.
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Soapbox Science: Reaching Out: Science has a PR Problem : Soapbox Science

Soapbox Science: Reaching Out: Science has a PR Problem : Soapbox Science | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
Science Online New York (SoNYC) encourages audience participation in the discussion of how science is carried out and communicated online.
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5 Creative Ways To Use Images for Online Life Science Marketing

5 Creative Ways To Use Images for Online Life Science Marketing | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
We live in an age where creating high quality images is straightforward and necessary to compete with the plethora of online media available...
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Rich Media Publishing Kit for Your Web Site: The Cincopa Media Platform

Rich Media Publishing Kit for Your Web Site: The Cincopa Media Platform | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you are looking for a series of tools and services that can allow you to publish slideshows and video clips on your web site while using personalized skins and templates Cincopa provides such resources.

 

The Cincopa multimedia platform allows you to enhance your web site with video, photo galleries, slideshows, podcasts and music by providing a large set of plugins and templates for  all major web publishing systems dedicated to these tasks.

 

"Cincopa is the most complete rich media kit for WordPress, Joomla, Blogger and many other CMS systems. Cincopa includes many videos players, slideshows, galleries, podcast, music players in many different shapes and sizes, in total over 40 skins."

 

Free basic service available.

 

Premium plan and comparison with free account: http://www.cincopa.com/cincopamanager/paypal/plans.aspx ;

 

Find out more and samples: http://www.cincopa.com/media-platform/services ;

 

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Home - AnnotateIt - Annotating the Web

Home - AnnotateIt - Annotating the Web | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it

Annotate anything

Now you can annotate anything, anywhere on the web, by signing up and installing our bookmarklet!

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45 Online Generators For Designers And Developers To Do The Job Faster!

45 Online Generators For Designers And Developers To Do The Job Faster! | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
With so many things to know and techniques to learn it often becomes hard for designers and developers to keep up with their projects and manage their work.
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New ways to evaluate scientists

New ways to evaluate scientists | also for SCIENCE people | Scoop.it
The main bottleneck to the adoption of science 2.0 paradigm is the lack of recognition. The career of the scientists is determined by papers, articles and citations, and there is no recognition for...
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