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Social is more than adding a like button on your website. It is about social design.
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Wecome to my Social Learning Scoop.

 

It contains a generic mix of articles, gathered through twitter, the blogs I follow and suggestions from the Scoop.it curation tool, that catch my attention as interesting to me and possibly other people.

 

You can use the filter option just above this introduction to search for a particular topic within the numerous articles collated here.

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Facilitating 7 Ways of Learning: Connections to GIS in Education | GIS Education Community

Facilitating 7 Ways of Learning: Connections to GIS in Education | GIS Education Community | SteveB's Social Learning Scoop | Scoop.it
Facilitating 7 Ways of Learning: Connections to GIS in Education

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Rethinking the Role of Educator as Facilitator Amidst Tech Transformation

Rethinking the Role of Educator as Facilitator Amidst Tech Transformation | SteveB's Social Learning Scoop | Scoop.it
What does it mean for the teaching profession when so many tools are available easily and for free?

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Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: Get Smart by Texting w/ @Text_Engine

Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: Get Smart by Texting w/ @Text_Engine | SteveB's Social Learning Scoop | Scoop.it
Text Engine was developed to offer cell phone users a means to search the web using their text messaging service. This is great news for educators and students in low-income and rural communities.  

And that's a good thing, because while smartphones are popular, there is still a great need for text-only services in low-income and rural districts. There is also a need in districts like NYC that empower students to bring their own devices to school, but don't have the means to enable students to connect to the internet.  

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