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The Only Learning Resources Your Children Will Ever Need To Be Smarter

The Only Learning Resources Your Children Will Ever Need To Be Smarter | Social Media: Changing Our World of Education | Scoop.it
What are the best websites that help children learn? This list covers a variety of tools and resources geared toward preparing your child for greatness.

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Thanks to Susan Bainbridge for this amazing collection of resources for parents!

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It's the Pedagogy, Stupid: Lessons from an iPad Lending Program

It's the Pedagogy, Stupid: Lessons from an iPad Lending Program | Social Media: Changing Our World of Education | Scoop.it

Recently, we were tasked with developing policies and procedures for an equipment lending program initiated within the Faculty Technology Resources Center at the University of Cincinnati. 


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iLibrarian » E-Books and Libraries: 25 Resources

iLibrarian » E-Books and Libraries: 25 Resources | Social Media: Changing Our World of Education | Scoop.it

This excellent site from iLibrarian offers so many great links! Give yourself some time to explore it. Enjoy!


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Why organizations need an e-learning plan

Why organizations need an e-learning plan | Social Media: Changing Our World of Education | Scoop.it

"The main argument for developing an e-learning plan has to lie in the benefits it can bring: clarity of purpose and measurable goals for the use of technology for teaching; setting priorities; identifying needs and resources; improved quality of teaching and learning; greater student accessibility; and above all, if done well, buy-in and commitment from faculty, instructors and administrators for the intelligent use of technology for teaching."


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