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35 Ways To Build A Personal Learning Network Online

35 Ways To Build A Personal Learning Network Online | technologies | Scoop.it

This post, from edudemic, looks at building Personal learning networks (PLNs). 

 

PLNs are far from a new idea but, more recently social media has made it possible for these and other networks to grow exponentially.

 

Most agree that PLNs are a great way for practitioners to...

- get connected with learning opportunities,
- access professional development resources, and
- build camaraderie with other education professionals.

 

The post...
- looks at the potential to expand and connect such networks around the world anytime, anywhere.
- includes 30 plus tips, ideas, useful resources, and social media tools that can make it all possible.

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Troubleshoot Wireless Network Connection Problems by Yourself | Windows 7 Tutorials

Troubleshoot Wireless Network Connection Problems by Yourself | Windows 7 Tutorials | technologies | Scoop.it
You can read & learn our step by step diagram for how to troubleshoot a wireless connection by yourself. If it is hard to remember, you can even print it and have it available when needed.

 

Some smaller Learning Providers, without IT Support, will at times experience Wi-Fi network problems.

 

The 7Tutorials tutorial website provides a set of handy flowcharts to help walk users through their wireless networking problems; guiding them towards Wi-Fi solutions. The charts cover everything from the basics (is the router on?) to the more complex (does your device support the wireless mode in use by the router?).

 

The flowcharts cover just about every common wireless configuration issue Learning Providers may run into.

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YouTube for Schools

Learning providers don't have to block YouTube, they do have some great options for using YouTube differently. 

 

This is a YouTube that has been created just for schools.

 

Network administrators must be involved so that they can add this option for YouTube into their filtering system.

 

YouTibe for schools...

- is a completely customizable option that lets teachers and administrators add videos to a playlist that they have predetermined they want learners to watch.

- is where Practitioners can find videos by Common Core Standard, subject or grade.

- is where Learners can watch videos that teachers and administrators have approved or any YouTube Edu video (think Kahn Academy, PBS, TED, Stanford, etc.).

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