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The Future of Information
A look at the pro and cons of social media
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Ten Ideas for Interactive Teaching

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via ESchool News   While lecturing tends to be the easiest form of instruction, studies show that students absorb the least amount of information that way. Interactive teaching methods are an ...

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10 Ways To Explain Social Media To Those Who Still Don't Get It

10 Ways To Explain Social Media To Those Who Still Don't Get It | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
If you need some easy ways to explain social media, choose one of these images. Whether it's garage bands, cupcakes or beer, there's something here for you.
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Social Media as Intelligence Gatherer? | Social Media Today

The "Data to Decisions" project seeks to track information clusters, deduce possibilities by combining existing data on things like current economic climate and social patterns.
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Pin Down Success Using Pinterest | Social Media Today

Pin Down Success Using Pinterest | Social Media Today | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Pinterest can create more followers, fans and potential customers. Here are five easy ways to make sure you're optimizing your social media marketing strategy through Pinterest.
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6 Best Twitter Tips Every Teacher should Know about

6 Best Twitter Tips Every Teacher should Know about | The Future of Information | Scoop.it

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6 Best Twitter Tips for Teachers...#FRIT7136

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Inkflow – A Great iPad App for Visual Thinkers

Inkflow – A Great iPad App for Visual Thinkers | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Inkflow is the perfect app for people like me who like to sketch out their ideas before sharing them in presentations, in writing, or in video productions. Inkflow is also great for people who like...

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great tool for visual learners...

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Twitter as a tool for learningScoop.it

Twitter as a tool for learningScoop.it | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Social media often gets a bad rap for being a driving force behind people falling out of touch, neglecting in-person relationships, and reducing productivity for people around the world.
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Blogging: A Business Model for Growth - Social Media Examiner

Blogging: A Business Model for Growth - Social Media Examiner | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Social media marketing podcast 25: In this episode with Joe Pulizzi you'll learn how a blog and content marketing can grow your business.
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Can Twitter win the content-curation race?

Can Twitter win the content-curation race? | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Twitter needs to master the twin arts of content curation and social discovery if it wants to be a media company, Mathew Ingram writes.
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Video Curation – What Is It And Why Do You Need It?

Video Curation – What Is It And Why Do You Need It? | The Future of Information | Scoop.it
Tweet Video curation is the next big thing, and this video describes what it is and why it's the next step from regular content curation. You've probably heard and... See on www.youtube.com (Video Curation - What Is It And Why Do You Need It?
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