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Best Practices For Sharing Images On Google+

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Learn best practices and photo sharing etiquette on Google Plus. Tutorial contains scenarios and illustrations to help you get the best out of your Google+ photo sharing experience.

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Jaana Nyström's curator insight, February 25, 2014 2:06 AM

Do not steal people's photos. That may cost you your reputation or money. Or both.

Ray Hiltz's curator insight, February 25, 2014 7:45 AM

Google Plus is one of the best places to share images on the web. Here are some guidelines to help you make the most of it.


Bill Hurley's curator insight, February 25, 2014 6:05 PM

Some basic, but important, reminders from globalwebfx about how to use and not use photos, not just on Google+ but across social media as well.

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Designing Online Learning

Interview with Richard Culatta about the importance of developing interactive online learning. Online learning should connect learners with each other and wi...
Marina Cousins's curator insight, March 27, 2014 4:02 AM

This video illustrates the importance of interactive online learning.

ashleydigitallearning's curator insight, April 2, 2014 3:52 AM

Good learning is a "social activity"... Connectivity is vital.. There must be social interactions rather than "click through" content-based. material ( Richard Cutta).

This is what MOOCS are about too..How do you reproduce a classroom "social space" on-line.. or do you NEED to?? Isn't on-line a different social experience?? It is for me.. By promoting that experience on-line learning will succeed.

Nicole Kotoski's comment, April 7, 2014 11:09 PM
Doesn't everyone learn differently? I believe that learning is a social activity and while some may particiapte in all aspects of online learning and it will be a very social practice others may only interact on a 'need' to basis. I agree with Ashley in that each person wil experience a very different social experience! I think the more you put into the experience the more you will take out of it however, in a realistic world people are very time poor and perhaps the peson who interact a 'little' has other needs and priorities. This could be one of the problems with online learning. Are you getting enough out of the experience? Or is it are you able or do you have the time to get enough out of the experience.