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5 Things to Try When your iPad Acts Up ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Things to Try When your iPad Acts Up ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it

"We all panic when our iPad starts acting up, well no wonder its costly. But sometimes the source of the panic can be dealt with using  some simple tips. Other times prevention is better than cure, in other words, instead of waiting till our iPad gets "cranky" then start looking how to fix it, we can prevent such mishaps with proper usage."


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jonine's curator insight, June 18, 2013 11:15 PM

Good ideas to stay friends with your iPad.

Dico Krommenhoek's curator insight, June 20, 2013 3:11 AM

Als je het nog niet wist zijn deze tips handig

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Google's Project Loon no cure for the common Internet not spot | Eldo Telecom

Google's Project Loon no cure for the common Internet not spot | Eldo Telecom | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it

Google's experimental Project Loon unveiled this week that envisions a fleet of high altitude balloons providing Internet connectivity is likely to benefit only the most remote and undeveloped areas of the globe.  Fittingly, remote New Zealand was the site of the first experimental deployment of these 'loons, mate.

The technology won't be a panacea for more populated parts of the globe in developed nations plagued by incomplete wireline Internet infrastructure that serves only some residences and businesses while others adjacent are left off the Internet grid.

Nor can it provide sufficient throughput to support the rapid growth in bandwidth demand driven by video and the use of multiple devices common nowadays in many households.  According to Google, the high altitude digital dirigibles will provide connectivity at speeds comparable to 3G, the legacy mobile wireless service now being superseded by higher bandwidth 4G mobile wireless.

 


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Five New Ways to Communicate in Social Media

How to leverage relationships and assets in Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Flickr, and other social media.
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New ways to communicate in social media for bussiness use. With the new technology we can develop our business in different ways which is more hommization. And it is diferent from the old Ads the target customer will be more explicit.

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NEW METHODS OF COMMUNICATION!!!

***THIS IS NOT MY VIDEO*** I RECEVED IT THROUH E-MAIL ALL THE LATES METHODS OF HIGH TECH COMMUNICATION
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Very intresting imagination of future cellphone---Use your fingers!

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Alice Pierron's comment, June 16, 2013 4:39 PM
Very funny video that shows the future (maybe) of methods of communication that will be simple !
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New Ways to Communicate

Communications through the Internet combine many of the kinds of communication. These combinations add many new capabilities and enhance the functionality of the Internet.
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8 Social Networks for Your Next Apartment Hunt

8 Social Networks for Your Next Apartment Hunt | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it
Finding a new apartment is a huge headache. While the Internet makes it easier to peruse potential places, it also introduces its own complications.
We've compiled a list of networks that make the process simple and social.

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With the development of network more and more specifc website emerged for faciliting human's daily life.

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Google X Labs Unveils 'Project Loon', A Balloon-Powered WiFi Network - The Inquisitr

Google X Labs Unveils 'Project Loon', A Balloon-Powered WiFi Network - The Inquisitr | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it
The Guardian Google X Labs Unveils 'Project Loon', A Balloon-Powered WiFi Network The Inquisitr The team at Google X Labs has unveiled “Project Loon,” a new platform that aims to use high-altitude balloons to create a 3G-speed internet connection...
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The Future of communication

nice video about the future of communications; Google, Microsoft,Yahoo!, Amazon...
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Exciting imagination of these big websites will be like .Virtual reality will has the biggest progressive. It will be nice if human's dream can be achieved which won't come ture in our real life ,like have the experence of being a superstar .But I think it will also leads problems,if people's dream can be easily achieved will people still have passion for chasing their dreams ?

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Evolution of Communication: From Email to Twitter and Beyond

Evolution of Communication: From Email to Twitter and Beyond | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it
We barely have time to pause and reflect these days on how far communications technology has progressed. Without even taking a deep breath, we've transitioned from email to chat to blogs to social networks and more recently to Twitter.
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Cheryl Lin's comment, June 12, 2013 2:03 PM
The evolution of communication enable us more efficiency way to share our ideas and chat with friends. Compare with the older ways like e-mail we can have more feedbacks in a short time. And easy to make new friends also keep good relationships with the friends we already have.It's like even we don't live together ,we can get to know how is other friends doing .
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Teach ICT - GCSE ICT - methods of communication, telephones, fax, email, video conferencing, sms

Teach ICT - GCSE ICT - methods of communication, telephones, fax, email, video conferencing, sms | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it
Tons of free teaching, revision and learning material
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Don't Miss These Two Fabulous Graphics on BYOD for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Don't Miss These Two Fabulous Graphics on BYOD for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it

"Just a little reminder. BYOD in education refers to students bringing their own technology devices ( smartphones, tablets, and laptops. ) to school for educational uses. This was initially started by college students, but it soon spread to K-12 education. Schools that used to depend on government funds to provide technology that students would need for the school day , are now turning that responsibility to the parents by asking them to purchase the technology devices needed for schools, which, fortunately enough, most students actually own. This would cut down on schools' huge yearly technology expenditure.


Check out the graphics below to learn more on BYOD."

Just a little reminder. BYOD in education refers to students bringing their own technology devices ( smartphones, tablets, and laptops. ) to school for educational uses. This was initially started by college students, but it soon spread to K-12 education. Schools that used to depend on government funds to provide technology that students would need for the school day , are now turning that responsibility to the parents by asking them to purchase the technology devices needed for schools, which, fortunately enough, most students actually own. This would cut down on schools' huge yearly technology expenditure.
Check out the graphics below to learn more on BYOD. - See more at: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/06/dont-miss-these-two-fabulous-graphics.html#sthash.wWnT4Ahx.dpuf"


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BYOD, a new way enabled the teachers and students learning and communacation through internet . I think it will be a new trend in the future.It will provide the students more opportunity to learn whenever and wherever they want.

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Jane Sowter-Maranion's curator insight, June 17, 2013 8:48 PM

BYOD indeed! Many schools have outdated technology and cannot afford to upgrade every 2-3 years. 

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Wired Highlights Local, Public Option for Internet Networks | community broadband networks

Wired Highlights Local, Public Option for Internet Networks | community broadband networks | technology enabled human communacation methods | Scoop.it

 

Klint Finley from Wired.com joined a Media Consortium press call that our own Christopher Mitchell participated in regarding community owned networks, Google Fiber, and concerns about the future of Internet access. He wrote about the event and the promise of municipal networks.

 

Finley referred readers to us:

 

"But there’s no guarantee that Google Fiber will come to the rest of the United States, and many communities may want to start building an alternative right away. Mitchell said the first step towards building a municipal broadband service in your area is to get educated about what other communities have done. That’s the purpose of the site muninetworks.org, which compiles information about municipal broadband initiatives across the country. The goal is to create a comprehensive resource for community organizers. Users can explore the projects in different states through the Community Network map."

 

We continue to find more local governments moving forward with their own investments to improve local access, suggesting that many understand the folly of hoping some distant corporation will build the network they need to be successful in the digital economy.


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