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“Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t want plastered on a billboard with your face on it.” – Erin Bury
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Go Google: Google Drive

Introducing the all-new Google Drive. Now access your files, even the big ones, from wherever you are. Share them with whomever you want, and edit them toget...

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The History Of Learning Tools [Infographic]

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You’re going to want to print out this infographic and, at the very least, share it with your fellow teachers and even students. It’s all about the history of education technology and could be used to educate just about anyone on how far we’ve come in a short period of time. We did a more in-depth look at the history of education technology about a year ago but this infographic is a lot more… fun.

 

Anyway, the below infographic from CTU can be viewed below or downloaded as a PDF here (so you can fire up that color printer). Enjoy the walk down memory lane!

 


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François Arnal's curator insight, April 11, 2013 2:32 AM

De l'ardoise à la tablette, du projecteur de diapositive au vidéoprojecteur interactif...

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The power of Twitter

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How I became a convert to Twitter • The teaching and education community on Twitter is truly inspirational...

 

Twitter is a fantastic collaborative tool. As teachers, how often do we get to visit other schools? In my experience, very rarely. Twitter has enabled me to collaborate with teachers in schools across the country. Combine this with cloud services such as DropBox and Google Docs and you can create and share resources and ideas quickly and easily.

 

The site is also a great place for discussion. It is amazing how creative you can be in 140 characters. Teachers, academics, technologists and other experts come together on Twitter to chat and discuss a whole range of topics – you can follow and contribute to these discussions by using hash tags.


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Shantanu Ghosh's comment, March 31, 2012 9:41 PM
Extremely nice article.
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How Lawyers Use Twitter, Facebook In Court Cases

How Lawyers Use Twitter, Facebook In Court Cases | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it

Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook are more and more becoming implements for legal proceedings. Courts have found uses for the social media for everything ranging from divorce proceedings to serving legal claims.

 

Given that many people broadcast the details of their personal life on such sites, tweets and status updates have become a repository for legal evidence.

 

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How To Decide Which Social Network You Should Use

How To Decide Which Social Network You Should Use | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it

You don’t have time to monitor Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Orkut, LinkedIn, wait, Orkut? Exactly. There are literally kabillions of social networks out there just screaming to get you in as a user. Sure, Twitter and Facebook are the big ones that you’ve already joined. But are they right for you? What about LinkedIn? Or the upstart (and newly redesigned) Google+?

 

The following infographic from business consultant Zintro does a decent job summarizing the numbers, pros and cons, and what makes each network different. While it is not exhaustive (where’s Pinterest?!), it’s helpful.


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Facebook Launches Groups for Schools

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In a throwback to its college-only days, Facebook has launched a new type of group for schools that requires a university email address to join.

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Learning Online May Be Better - NYTimes.com

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A  93-page report on online education in 2009 came to a most intriguing conclusion: “On average, students in online learning conditions performed better than those receiving face-to-face instruction.” A couple of years later, Universities all over the country as well as High Schools are jumping on the bandwagon.


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