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Australia: One Wybelenna home is for the birds | GizMag.com

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Located in Brisbane, Australia, One Wybelenna is a luxurious property designed to achieve a high level of sustainability – as evidenced by its turf roof which not only provides insulation but also serves as home for a local species of bird. The stone cottage, originally designed by Australian architect Robin Gibson, was recently extensively renovated by Shaun Lockyer Architects with striking results.

 

During the renovation, Shaun Lockyer Architects made full use of all available stone from the cottage which previously occupied the plot, and One Wybelenna's guesthouse is actually built upon the basic dimensions of the former dwelling.

 

The main building is rather more ambitious however, and is heavily influenced by late Australian architect Richard Neutra. This certainly shows, and One Wybelenna bears more than a passing resemblance to the iconic Californian Kaufmann Desert House that is amongst Neutra's most recognized works.

 

One Wybelenna measures 1,012 sq m (3,320 sq ft), and was constructed with a view to being as environmentally friendly as possible, as per the client's wishes. A 140,000-liter (37,000 US gallon) swimming pool was retained from the original property and repurposed as a water tank (a new pool was also installed), and 300 new trees were planted during the build.

 

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Giant potica cake before Easter

Giant potica cake before Easter | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

Association of rural women from Prebold (Slovenia) has recently organised the 10th Festival of potica cakes, which took place on 22 and 23 March 2013 in Prebold, where the giant cake baked in the form of Easter potica cake was launched. Its diameter was of 158 cm. It was baked in a bakery Fijavž in Šempeter in Savinja walley, the main master was Andrej Voh.

The giant cake was officially measured and reported for entry in the Guinness Book of Records: it was in the owen for 4 hours, and could be stretched to almost 5 metres long cake. What were the ingridients spent?

     10 kg of fine flour and 3 kg crisp flour
     10 kg of nuts
     70 eggs
     9 liters of milk
     3 kg of butter
     3 kg of sugar
     4 kg of dried grape berries and
     400 grams of yeast.

Official measurements for the Guinness Book of World Records was held at the evening event - Festival of cakes in Prebold, 22 March 2013. The event was visited by famous Slovenian ethnologist Dr. Janez Bogataj, who is preparing a monograph on potica cakes.

 

On open call, who in Slovenia could make a large model for giant cake, responded Slovenian Society of Ceramicists and Potters and Pottery of Dobovšek Sebastian and Tatjana, who finaly made a giant model named St. Barbara's model.

The model manufacturing was not an easy task, either. Technological solutions have come up with an experienced potter Bostjan Dobovšek and Technologist Association Blaz Konc. Seven members of the Association on Saturday, 16 February 2013, gathered in Boštjan's workshop in Žalna, where they worked diligently throughout the day. They spend 230 hours of work for modelling and burning clay, which was then cared for drying. They have made 34 kg heavy model with the extent of over 490 cm. At the event on 15 March 2013 in Grosuplje the unique model was given to the President of Association of Rural Women from Prebold, Ms Danica Uplaznik.


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Knapco's curator insight, April 1, 2013 5:49 AM

For the tenth Festival of potica cakes can be said that it is the traditional event, organized by the Association of Rural Women from Prebold on Friday and Saturday before Palm Sunday. Functioning of society and ideas that attracts both competitors and visitors from near and far surroundings, is the great merit of Danica Uplaznik, the President of the Society, who is assisted by the Municipality Prebold. In the expanded competition in Savinja Valley 66 contestants contributed cakes and pastries. In 2013 competition a Professional Commission awarded 33 gold, 12 silver and 12 bronze medals. You can see their master pieces at: http://zeneprebold.wordpress.com/prireditve/festival-potic/

 

Normal potica cake from the picture above can be compared to the giant potica : http://www.obcinaprebold.si/galerija-slik/image/1631-#fwgallerytop

 

Baker Andrej Voh: http://zeneprebold.wordpress.com/mediji-o-nas/

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Follow this Topic - iGeneration - 21st Century Education

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Teaching and learning in the 21st Century - meeting the challenges of digital learning and the iGeneration

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Jane Weston's curator insight, February 16, 2014 11:58 PM

When curriculum resources are limitless due to the access we have to on-line materials, then the question we ask about those materials become more important. Values Education helps us all to ask the right questions! See some innovative whole school projects at:

http://valueseducation.edu.au/verve/_resources/VASP_FINAL_REPORT_2010.pdf

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Some educational things,used in educationdetting that Megan Cook and Destiny Cook being denied and deprived of an education by the,NC Pyblic Schools knowing,they are receiving NO EDUCATION at ALL for years now NOT even home,schooled because of unrepairable hatm and damages that occured during NC OAH SEC ,couet  ase required Resolution Meeting 2/18/13 the same date as their attorney Rachel Hitch letter as even then the court case was allowed to be withdrawn without prejudice because of the criminal actions of,WCS Rep on 2/18/13 during saidcourt case mentioned as Prose Rep Dorothy Cook not move forward because of the reasons stated but full details are in the Prose Rep Dorothy Cook Motionto withdraw without prejudice which will be posted. 

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Contamination des cours d’eau français

Contamination des cours d’eau français | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
Le Commissariat Général au Développement Durable (CGDD) a diffusé une note mercredi dernier concernant la présence de pesticides dans les eaux douces. Le rapport révèle une forte contamination des cours d’eau français.
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ELT Podcast Episode 3: Technology and Language Learning Pt 1

ELT Podcast Episode 3: Technology and Language Learning Pt 1 | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
We mull over the issue of technology and language learning. Nik Peachey is on the line with expert analysis and insight.

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Mahani Mohamad's curator insight, June 3, 2013 9:54 PM

nice read...

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Jovi Buendia's curator insight, August 8, 2013 12:45 AM

Building the case for technology and language learners.  This site also includes websites as resources.  

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Centres of Excellence (CoE) impacting the Nordic research systems

Centres of Excellence (CoE) impacting the Nordic research systems | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

A new study on schemes for Centres of Excellence (CoE) finds a broad set of impacts on the awarded research groups, as well as local impacts on their host institutions. They study includes 12 CoEs in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

The long-term flexible funding from the CoE schemes provides more leeway for different kinds of collaboration, new alliances and interdisciplinarity, and risk-taking more generally. In the majority of the studied cases, the centres have attracted much funding in addition to the centre grant. The additional funding enables extensive research activities and boosts the research fields; many centres have the size of regular departments with 50 to 150 researchers, including large numbers of PhDs and postdocs. The role of the centre leader seems particularly important in terms of entrepreneurial capacities and laying the ground for the cumulative advantages of the excellence status and long-term funding.

Added value for host institutions includes increased ambitions in the local research environment, and enhanced ability to recruit both highly competent researchers and students. On the negative side, some experience increased local competition for resources, space, personnel, and frictions generated by new organisational structures and scarce resources.

 

Policy issues needing further elaboration

A general challenge is how to design appropriate and effective CoE policies, taking into account the schemes’ systemic effects and their role and weight within the broader portfolio of policy instruments. The report identifies different perspectives and challenges pertaining to CoE policy, and suggests a dialogue approach to stimulate better understanding of the challenges of CoE schemes and their possible solutions. More direct dialogue between the funding agencies, the CoEs and their host institutions is recommended. The issues to be discussed include how to:

combine concentration of resources (elitism) and good general conditions for researchensure balanced recruitment at the centres, avoiding unintended effectsmaintain CoE competencies and activity after the CoE period and at the same time ensure host institutions’ autonomy and room for strategic thinkingSource:

 

 Excellence initiatives in Nordic research policies 

Policy issues – tensions and options 

Liv Langfeldt, Siri Brorstad Borlaug, Dag Aksnes, Mats Benner, Hanne Foss Hansen, Egil Kallerud, Ernst Kristiansen, Antti Pelkonen, Gunnar Sivertsen 

Working Paper 10/2013 

Fulltext: http://www.nifu.no/files/2013/06/NIFUworkingpaper2013-10.pdf

 


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Just launched - New Improved Google+ Dashboard

Just launched - New Improved Google+ Dashboard | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

Just got email from Jade - Google today just launched an improved dashboard for Google+ users.

Quick Highlights:
- easier management of data across pages
- local pages have dashboard integration with AdWords Express and Offers
- local pages have Insights


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ConfluenceSocialMarketing's curator insight, June 11, 2013 7:46 AM

Google+ is great for business.

Chris Agro's curator insight, June 11, 2013 9:54 AM

More data that you can shake a stick at :)

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Renault's YouTube ad banned for 'portraying women as sexual objects'

Renault's YouTube ad banned for 'portraying women as sexual objects' | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
Watchdog rules that 'Va Va Voom' campaign featuring Moulin Rouge-style burlesque dancers was likely to cause offence. By Mark Sweney

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How TO Host A Scoopit Newsletter / Landingpage FREE on Google Drive

How TO Host A Scoopit Newsletter / Landingpage FREE on Google Drive | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

Found A Cool Use for Scoop.it's new Newsletter feature. It is easy to create a content landing page and host it free with Google Drive. 

Here's How...

1. Create a newsletter using the Manage > Create A Newsletter


2. Download as a Zip file. Open the Zip file.


3. Upload the HTML file to your Google drive into a public folder.


4. Click on the HTML file. A window pops up, click on OPEN in lower right corner. 


5. Click on preview. Copy the URL that appears in the browser window:

https://googledrive.com/host/0B0eG3a8zValDQjl6aldwQlJMNDg/email%203.html ;

Next figuring out how to add a Call To Action and subscription code.  BTW, Unbounce charges $700 a year to host landing pages :). 


Also works on DropBox. 

The Free Alternative
The interesting question is could you create a web marketing business with NO money for websites or blogs? Yes is the answer to that question. By using free tools such as Google Drive, Scoop.it and Blogger or WordPress you could create a business without paying anything to web development. 

You might find that business is limited in scale, but so what. Your cost is  limited to your sweat equity to create a revenue stream and THEN buy the website improvements you need to go to the next level. I just build a MagentoGo store (Story of Cancer Store: http://storyofcancer.gostorego.com/ ;) and the same thing is ALMOST true for Ecom.


Between Storify, Volusion and Magento you can create a store for sweat equity + $500 (give or take). My little store has already made $130 inside of its first month so well on its way to paying for its serving costs. 

The ultimate lesson of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing is DO NOTHING until it is worth the investment to do so :). 

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's comment, September 16, 2013 8:26 AM
Found A Cool Use for Scoop.it's new Newsletter feature. It is easy to create a content landing page and host it free with Google Drive.

Here's How...

1. Create a newsletter using the Manage > Create A Newsletter

2. Download as a Zip file. Open the Zip file.

3. Upload the HTML file to your Google drive into a public folder.

4. Click on the HTML file. A window pops up, click on OPEN in lower right corner.

5. Click on preview. Copy the URL that appears in the browser window:
https://googledrive.com/host/0B0eG3a8zValDQjl6aldwQlJMNDg/email%203.html ;
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 22, 2013 2:42 PM
Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:

Found A Cool Use for Scoop.it's new Newsletter feature. It is easy to create a content landing page and host it free with Google Drive. 

Here's How...

1. Create a newsletter using the Manage > Create A Newsletter

 

2. Download as a Zip file. Open the Zip file.

 

3. Upload the HTML file to your Google drive into a public folder.

 

4. Click on the HTML file. A window pops up, click on OPEN in lower right corner. 

 

5. Click on preview. Copy the URL that appears in the browser window:

https://googledrive.com/host/0B0eG3a8zValDQjl6aldwQlJMNDg/email%203.html ;

Next figuring out how to add a Call To Action and subscription code.  BTW, Unbounce charges $700 a year to host landing pages :). 

 

Also works on DropBox. 

The Free Alternative
The interesting question is could you create a web marketing business with NO money for websites or blogs? Yes is the answer to that question. By using free tools such as Google Drive, Scoop.it and Blogger or WordPress you could create a business without paying anything to web development. 

You might find that business is limited in scale, but so what. Your cost is  limited to your sweat equity to create a revenue stream and THEN buy the website improvements you need to go to the next level. I just build a MagentoGo store (Story of Cancer Store: http://storyofcancer.gostorego.com/ ;) and the same thing is ALMOST true for Ecom.

 

Between Storify, Volusion and Magento you can create a store for sweat equity + $500 (give or take). My little store has already made $130 inside of its first month so well on its way to paying for its serving costs. 

The ultimate lesson of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing is DO NOTHING until it is worth the investment to do so :). 

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“I Don’t Like This One Little Bit.” Tales from a Flipped Classroom | Faculty Focus

“I Don’t Like This One Little Bit.” Tales from a Flipped Classroom | Faculty Focus | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
Shifting responsibility for learning basic course content onto the student, alters the instructor’s role to that of setting the stage, not being on it.

 

In the end, the benefits of the flipped approach are considerable. Students take more responsibility for their own learning. Working in class along with a master of the discipline (you), they learn to think more critically, communicate more effectively, and have a greater appreciation for the unique importance and logic of the subject. And they experience at least some of the satisfaction of learning how to think in a new and, in some cases, life-changing way.


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Timeline Photos | Facebook

Timeline Photos | Facebook | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

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Joel Josephson's curator insight, July 11, 2013 11:57 PM

Perfect biology material.

Marta Braylan's curator insight, July 16, 2013 12:27 PM

Nice!!!

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nice one!
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Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World

Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
A practical guide for realizing the true potential of social media–not for marketing, but for leadership.

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UDL and The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture

UDL and The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

This post describes the principles of Universal Design for Learning and how they naturally occur when a full cycle of learning, including ideas related to the flipped classroom, are used within the instructional process.


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Chris Carter's comment, May 14, 2013 10:26 AM
Thank you, Martin!
Michele Ivanisevic's curator insight, May 14, 2013 11:35 AM

Vary the ways you present information/how students learn, vary the ways they can express themselves, and provide meaningful ways to engage students in their learning.

Chris Carter's comment, June 30, 2013 12:30 AM
All true.
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The Data Economy Is Much, Much Bigger Than You (and the Government) Think | The Atlantic

The Data Economy Is Much, Much Bigger Than You (and the Government) Think | The Atlantic | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

It's become conventional wisdom among pundits that the tech and data boom is generating lots of wealth, but not much in the way of jobs or economic growth. The skeptics point to lack of job gains in the "information" sector, as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and to the country's sub-2 percent GDP growth figures.

 

But as the U.S. shifts to a data-driven economy, the benefits of fixed and mobile broadband are showing up in ways that are not counted by traditional statistics. For just one example, take the number of jobs generated by the development and deployment of mobile apps. According to a new calculation by the Progressive Policy Institute, employment in the App Economy now comes to 752,000 jobs, up roughly 40% over the past year. This is a conservative estimate, based on tracking online help-wanted ads.

 

Auto companies are hiring software developers and testers to turn their vehicles into highly connected data platforms. Drugstores are going online to let their customers know when prescriptions are ready. Hospitals are ramping up their employment of clinical data managers to help handle the shift to electronic health records. Bed and breakfasts have shifted their entire booking operations online, driven by digital ads.

 

More broadly, demand for tech workers in the New York City region outstrips every other metro area, including San Francisco and San Jose, according to figures from The Conference Board. That reflects demand in finance, advertising, and media.

 

The data-driven economy is built on several pillars: Broadband providers, mobile phone operators, and other communications companies are investing almost $100 billion annually to vastly improve their networks. Makers of smartphones, routers, sensors, wireless medical gear, and the like are upgrading and extending the capabilities of their equipment. Meanwhile new applications and uses are coming out of app developers, online game and entertainment companies, web companies like Facebook and Google, content providers, electronic health record providers, and "Internet of Everything" companies that connect the physical world with the data world. Tableau Software, a Seattle-based data visualization company that just went public, increased its full-time employees from 188 to 749 from the end of 2010 to the end of 2012.

 

What's more, data is also the fastest-growing component of trade. Consider the United States and Europe: telecom providers have doubled transatlantic cable capacity over the past five years, according to figures from Telegeography. Meanwhile imports and exports of goods and services between the U.S. and Europe are barely above pre-recession peaks.

 

These flows of data do not show up in the monthly trade report released by the Census Bureau and the BEA. Indeed, most of the growth of data domestically is not counted in the economic statistics either. For example, fixed broadband traffic in North America rose by 39% in the first half of 2013 over a year earlier, according to Sandvine, a Canadian-based network management company. This number does not show up in any official measures.

 

Will all this growth continue?

 

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Exploring Slovenia 

Exploring Slovenia  | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

The Republic of Slovenia is a young country by global standards, having been independent since 1991. The decision on a completely independent country was confirmed at a plebiscite in December 1990. And in 2004 Slovenia joined the European Union.

 

First independent 20 years of the Republic of Slovenia have already become a history. But there is much more to discover about the history of Slovenians, who settled in this part of central Europe in 6th century.

 

The scope of this topic is to bring forward ascertainment of history and national heritage: less about individuals and more about the nation. Welcome those Slovenes around the world and all others, interested in this piece of Europe. Genealogists are gathered to:

- Slovenian Genealogy portal, Slovenian Genealogy Society home page and related links in Slovenian language)

- Glossary of Slovenian Surnames and Slovenian Genealogical Index of family names, first names, dates and places of birth

- Slovenian Genealogical Gazetter (subscription, slovensko)

- Forum and other Genealogy links

- Slovenian Genealogy Society International 

 

Please note, that posts are only brief summaries - click the title or "Show original" at the bottom of the box, to see the original article. Usually also photos are interactive, just like links in the text are.If you are interested in the topic, follow us and be informed about updates.
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LUV

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Courage Julius Logah's comment, May 16, 2013 4:11 AM
Yup yup....that is where you find out that all the dumb stuff in life equals loads loads of shared happiness.
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I luv the definition!
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What is love?

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Nik Peachey: Freelance Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer

Nik Peachey: Freelance Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

Nik Peachey has been involved in ELT since 1992. He has worked all over the world as a language teacher, teacher trainer and technology trainer.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 23, 2012 4:28 AM

This site has links to all my professional information and blogs etc. It also has my contact information. You can also see my CV here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7pPnYE770lfYjl2MlAzblZUdE0/edit

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Une photo du Scottish Rite dans le District de Colombia par FriendlyStew

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Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Museum and Library in the District of Columbia, Northwest #DC http://t.co/GDtncNPUp7

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Overview of the Altmetrics Landscape; publishers and service providers listed

Overview of the Altmetrics Landscape; publishers and service providers listed | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

Abstract

While the impact of article citations has been examined for decades, the “altmetrics” movement has exploded in the past year. Altmetrics tracks the activity on the Social Web and looks at research outputs besides research articles. Publishers of scientific research have enabled altmetrics on their articles, open source applications are available for platforms to display altmetrics on scientific research, and subscription models have been created that provide altmetrics. In the future, altmetrics will be used to help identify the broader impact of research and to quickly identify high-impact research.

 

Altmetrics are generally categorized in the following ways:
• Usage—HTML views, PDF/XML downloads, book holdings, etc.
• Captures—Bookmarks, favorites, readers, groups, etc.
• Mentions—Blog posts, news stories, Wikipedia articles, comments, reviews, etc.

• Social Media—User activity from Twitter, Google+, Facebook, etc.
• Citations—CrossRef, PubMed Central, Web of Science, Scopus, Microsoft Academic Search, etc.

 

Source:

Richard Cave, "Overview of the Altmetrics Landscape" (2012). Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference.
http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284315124

 

Fulltext:

http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1381&context=charleston

 


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Happy Birthday Local Search Forum - We are ONE! Come See What's New

Happy Birthday Local Search Forum - We are ONE! Come See What's New | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

We Are One and My How We've Grown! Come see what's new.

 

We got a make-over and thanks to all of our loyal members!


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classifieds2india's comment, August 7, 2013 1:59 AM
amazing
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15 Styles From The '90's That We Hope Never Make A Comeback

15 Styles From The '90's That We Hope Never Make A Comeback | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
The worst fashions from the 1990's.

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Trop drole!

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Content Curation Strategy for B2B marketers | Ayantek

Content Curation Strategy for B2B marketers | Ayantek | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it

"Scoop.it has now become a primary source of referral traffic to the site" - Barry Clifford, of Ayantek, shares his experience of using Scoop.it for his Content Strategy.

 

You can find his Scoop.it Business pages at mobiledigest.ayantek.com, socialdigest.ayantek.com and designdigest.ayantek.com.

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Szabolcs Kósa's comment, August 22, 2012 4:26 PM
Absolutely agree. Scoop it is the best content curation tool out there with many yet untapped potentials. I hope the service goes really big!
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50 Incredibly Useful Links For Learning & Teaching The English Language | Digital Delights for Learners

50 Incredibly Useful Links For Learning & Teaching The English Language | Digital Delights for Learners | Techno Stuffs | Scoop.it
Teaching a new language to non-native speakers may be one of the most challenging educational jobs out there, so ELL teachers can use all of…...

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Revolutionize Corporate Learning: Beyond Formal, Informal, Mobile, ...

A report for business decision makers interested in abolishing traditional corporate training functions, creating instead vibrant modern collaborative cultures.

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Tom Hood's curator insight, May 28, 2013 6:55 AM

Leadership today means modeling collaboration, curation, and connecting your followers to strategic partners, customers, suppliers and sources of knowledge that can help keep your L>C. This is what we mean by "network" leadership. This learning manifesto helps put that into action. The CPA Horizons 2025 research and the most recent IBM Global CEO Study both identify "collaboration" as THE #1 skill needed for the future. How can we help our Profession get and utilize this skill better?

Esther Turón Perez 's comment, June 6, 2013 2:34 AM
Thanks Tom, yours comments are very good.The #colaboration is imprescindible to achieve good results and of course to transform the world.
Coletta P. Kahn's comment, July 26, 2013 12:15 AM
Wow amazhing
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The Flipped Classroom by Mike King on Prezi

The flipped classroom provides avenues for teachers to become facilitators of learning & move away from the sage on a stage approach to teaching. The goal is to extend learning time conversation outside of class through threaded discussion.

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Coletta P. Kahn's comment, July 26, 2013 12:14 AM
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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, September 14, 2013 8:37 PM

A great Prezi on the flipped classroom.