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How Teens Deal With Privacy and Mobile Apps [Infographic]

How Teens Deal With Privacy and Mobile Apps [Infographic] | The Slothful Cybrarian | Scoop.it
A Pew Internet and American Life survey shows how teens 12 to 17 years old think about privacy when using mobile apps. While some are nonchalant about the

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Charo Encinas Bayán's curator insight, August 28, 2013 12:33 AM

Encuesta de Pew Internet and American Life sobre cómo actúan y piensan los adolescentes de 12 a 17 años en USA sobre un tema tan relevante como es el de la privacidad en los dispositivos móviles...

Suz_Arnott's curator insight, August 28, 2013 3:07 PM

some of our switched on know what to do to stay safe

Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, August 30, 2013 12:22 PM

Good info here.

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Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps

Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps | The Slothful Cybrarian | Scoop.it

Are you looking for a rubric that would help evaluate educational apps? This article shares a number of rubrics looking at various aspects related to apps such as relevance, customization, thinking skills, engagement, sharing and more. Questions are posed that will make you consider what you want to do with the app, to see if it will meet the intended purpose and the needs of the student. 


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wwwatanabe: Digital Storytelling and Stories with the iPad

wwwatanabe: Digital Storytelling and Stories with the iPad | The Slothful Cybrarian | Scoop.it

"Digital storytelling http://ow.ly/hK0N2   is a first person story, where the narrator is digitally sharing his or her story; while a digital story is narrated in third person and shared digitally. Both can include imagery, background music, or motion. They also incorporate storyboarding, writing a script, revising, and publishing (the elements of writing)."


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