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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There is an article in the Boston Review by Thomas Leddy called "Are MOOCs Good for Students?" In this article Leddy claims that
"MOOCs pose a great threat to the most important value of higher education: 'literacy.' By 'literacy' I mean, very broadly, the ability to read, think about, and intelligently respond (both orally and in writing) to the literature of any field of study. Thus, implementation of MOOCs for university credit is bad because it is bad for our students."
Include social buttons on every page of your site, and in all blog posts, press releases, and outbound communication. Focus on the channels your customers use. It’s better to do a thorough job in just one often-visited channel than poorly in three. Keep in mind that Google has made it clear that social signals play a role in its algorithm; Google+ is going to have the biggest role in your ranking.
When I look at apps like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Vine, etc. in iOS 7, they match the new "flat" environment. They just look outdated by comparison. Developers have had six years to adopt Apple's style, and now they have ...
The Guardian Google lacks instinct The Guardian More than four years later, his tantalising insight into Google's lack of instinctive design still rings true – and nowhere is this more evident than in its social media product, Google Plus.
Summary Some thoughts from a gathering in Cambridge where we discussed Catherine Howe’s report for the East of England Local Government Association First of all ***thank you*** to Catherine for allowing Puffles and I to gatecrash what was otherwise...
Lenovo’s new Horizon has a 27-inch touch screen and can be used upright or as a tabletop entertainment hub.
" Lenovo deserves great credit for transforming the tablet into something that’s fresh and interesting, something that serves a purpose no other machine quite fills. There really is something new in the Horizon."
A great collection of links for self-directed learners. Over 100 resources in 12 different areas such as Open Courseware, Non-traditional education outside of college, Noteworthy Blogs about undorthodox ways of working, and Work Colleges combining schooling and working.
Social Media Strategy in 8 steps – an infographic. A recent study by the Altimeter Group [states] that “most companies feel they have fairly coherent social strategies”, but given the advanced nature of the sample i.e. social strategists, large organizations, etc. my sense is that the findings may not represent the experiences of the majority of companies that are using social media.
While clever word smiths, comedians and business owners were trying to compose their wittiest 140 character tweets, millions of others were rushing to Google Plus. Google Plus gained an additional 90 million users over the ...