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using New and Emerging Technologies to enhance Learning Provider's "current Practice" - John is a retired eLearning Adviser, but keeping up to date, and all views are his own
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Google+ - How-to playlist

Google+ - How-to playlist | technologies | Scoop.it
Learn how to do more on Google+.
John Dalziel's insight:

One of the things that practitioners like about Google+ is the ease with which they can start and follow conversations.
If you've been considering trying Google+ or you've tried and didn't quite get it, take a look at this How-to playlist by Google+,on YouTube.

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A Google A Day Keeps Your Brain at Play!

A Google A Day Keeps Your Brain at Play! | technologies | Scoop.it

An ideal resource for digital literacy classes.

 

Usually trivia games are “No Google allowed” - not this one!

 

Challenge learners, using an Interactive Whiteboard perhaps, as you unlock up to 10 questions a day on Google+

 

How to play?

- answer the question using Google search techniques.
- Learners take their best shot!

- Google lets them know if they're right or wrong.

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6 Quick Steps to Get Started with Google+ - iLibrarian

6 Quick Steps to Get Started with Google+ - iLibrarian | technologies | Scoop.it
John Dalziel's insight:

Hesitant about jumping in to the Google+ social network?
As this post points out Google+ is like Facebook, and it’s similar to Twitter but, One unique feature really makes Google+ stand out is its Hangouts.
Google+ Hangouts are group video chats that can include up to 10 people.
There are many ways that learning providers could make use of Google+ Hangouts So, how do you get started?
The post provides a quick guide to get potential users going.

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, May 8, 2013 5:45 PM

Ken's Key Takeaway:

I have been dragging my feet with Google+. I have always seen value, but I was curious if my friends would join.  My primary takeaway is a reminder of the value of not needing to be 'friends' to have one-way exchange of information.  



 

Asel Baidyldaeva's comment, May 9, 2013 10:21 AM
This is helpful for getting good start in Google +
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How To Create A Google+ Page

How To Create A Google+ Page | technologies | Scoop.it

It should be clear by now that Google+ is definitely not going anywhere.

 

It’s gaining in popularity and is a great complement or alternative to Facebook.

 

If you’re already set up on Google+ (for hang-outs perhaps), learning providers might want to look into adding a Google+ page for raising awareness and/or self-promotion/marketing etc.

 

Setting up one or more pages is easy, but Learning providers/practitioners/etc. should of course put some thought into how to make it distinctive. 

 

This makeuseof posting will help...

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