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Google advice to students: Major in learning - 0 views

  • It's easy to educate for the routine, and hard to educate for the novel.
  • learning doesn't end with graduation.
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    Job characteristics and strengths at work at Google -
    \n\n... analytical reasoning. Google is a data-driven, analytic company. When an issue arises or a decision needs to be made, we start with data. That means we can talk about what we know, instead of what we think we know.
    \n\n... communication skills. Marshalling and understanding the available evidence isn't useful unless you can effectively communicate your conclusions.
    \n\n... a willingness to experiment. Non-routine problems call for non-routine solutions and there is no formula for success. A well-designed experiment calls for a range of treatments, explicit control groups, and careful post-treatment analysis. Sometimes an experiment kills off a pet theory, so you need a willingness to accept the evidence even if you don't like it.
    \n\n... team players. Virtually every project at Google is run by a small team. People need to work well together and perform up to the team's expectations.\n\n... passion and leadership. This could be professional or in other life experiences: learning languages or saving forests, for example. The main thing, to paraphrase Mr. Drucker, is to be motivated by a sense of importance about what you do.
Anne Bubnic

Official Google Blog: Introducing the Google+ project - 2 views

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    Google Blog Site article
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Google Public Policy Blog: Recapping last week's Google D.C. Talk on cybersecurity - 0 views

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    To help spark ideas and stimulate discussion following the release of the President's cyberspace policy review, last Friday we teamed up with the Center for a New American Security to bring together a panel of experts representing government, military, and industry for a Google D.C. Talk, "Developing a National Cybersecurity Strategy."
Anne Bubnic

Google teams up with Citizens Advice Bureau - [UK] - 1 views

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    Google has teamed up with the Citizens Advice Bureau in the UK to launch a new initiative that will see the search giant and the independent charity launch a adverts in newspapers, on public transport and online to promote safer Internet use and help users adopt safer practices when online
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Curriculum: Understanding YouTube & Digital Citizenship - Google in Education - 3 views

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    http://t.co/fm2SPuSJfm even MORE awesomness from google team #gctreboot2013
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Google plus marketing Tips & strategies - 0 views

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    Learn Google marketing from our professionals. We provide Google plus marketing tools, tips and strategies for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
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KidRex - Kid Safe Search - 0 views

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    A kid-safe search engine powered by Google custom search. It uses a combination of Googles safe search mode and their own database of restricted elements. It also has a site removal request form if something does get past the filters
Anne Bubnic

Footprints in the Digital Age - 0 views

  • In the Web 2.0 world, self-directed learners must be adept at building and sustaining networks.
  • As the geeky father of a 9-year-old son and an 11-year-old daughter, one of my worst fears as they grow older is that they won't be Googled well. Not that they won't be able to use Google well, mind you, but that when a certain someone (read: admissions officer, employer, potential mate) enters "Tess Richardson" into the search line of the browser, what comes up will be less than impressive. That a quick surf through the top five hits will fail to astound with examples of her creativity, collaborative skills, and change-the-world work. Or, even worse, that no links about her will come up at all. I mean, what might "Your search did not match any documents" imply?
  • digital footprints—the online portfolios of who we are, what we do, and by association, what we know—are becoming increasingly woven into the fabric of almost every aspect of our lives.
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  • So what literacies must we educators master before we can help students make the most of these powerful potentials? It starts, as author Clay Shirky (2008) suggests, with an understanding of how transparency fosters connections and with a willingness to share our work and, to some extent, our personal lives
  • Publishing content online not only begins the process of becoming "Googleable," it also makes us findable by others who share our passions or interests.
  • Although many students are used to sharing content online, they need to learn how to share within the context of network building. They need to know that publishing has a nobler goal than just readership—and that's engagement.
  • As Stanford researcher Danah Boyd (2007) points out, we are discovering the potentials and pitfalls of this new public space. What we say today in our blogs and videos will persist long into the future and not simply end up in the paper recycling bin when we clean out our desks at the end of the year.
  • Although Laura is able to connect, does she understand, as researcher Stephen Downes (2005) suggests, that her network must be diverse, that she must actively seek dissenting voices who might push her thinking in ways that the "echo chamber" of kindred thinkers might not? Is she doing the work of finding new voices to include in the conversation?
  • Here are five ideas that will help you begin building your own personal learning network. Read blogs related to your passion. Search out topics of interest at http://blogsearch.google.com and see who shares those interests. Participate. If you find bloggers out there who are writing interesting and relevant posts, share your reflections and experiences by commenting on their posts. Use your real name. It's a requisite step to be Googled well. Be prudent, of course, about divulging any personal information that puts you at risk, and guide students in how they can do the same. Start a Facebook page. Educators need to understand the potential of social networking for themselves. Explore Twitter (http://twitter.com), a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables users to exchange short updates of 140 characters or fewer. It may not look like much at first glance, but with Twitter, the network can be at your fingertips.
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    Giving Students Ownership of Learning: Footprints in the Digital Age. In the Web 2.0 world, self-directed learners must be adept at building and sustaining networks.
Anne Bubnic

The Google+ project: real life sharing, rethought for the web. - 3 views

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    Google's answer to Facebook. See the article on the Google Blog for more information: http://bit.ly/google_plus_project
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Digital Citizenship - 11 views

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    Google Site created by students of Andrew Marcinek,
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Digital Literacy Tour - 16 views

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    The curriculum is designed to be interactive, discussion filled and allow students to learn through hands-on and scenario activities. On this site you'll find a resource booklet for both educators and students that can be downloaded in PDF form, presentations to accompany the lesson and animated videos to help frame the conversation. "
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    Google educator resources on Digital Citizenship.
Anne Bubnic

Google Ordered to Reveal Bullies' Names - 2 views

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    Carla Franklin, who believed she was cyberstalked, is claiming victory in a case involving harassment when defamatory comments about her were posted online. A Manhattan judge has ruled that Google must release the names of the online tormentors who made the crude comments about Franklin, a 34-year-old businesswoman.
Anne Bubnic

Google Buzz: Privacy Litigation - 0 views

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    A class action Settlement has been reached with Google Inc. that resolves litigation about privacy concerns arising out of Google's social networking program, Google Buzz.
Judy Echeandia

New Google software tracks users' location - 0 views

  • Google Inc. on Feb. 4 introduced new "social mapping" software with several implications for schools and their students--from allowing friends to find each others' locations on or off campus, to tracking young students' whereabouts on a field trip or if they go missing.
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    Google Latitude lets cell-phone users share their whereabouts with friends and family
Anne Bubnic

Guess-the-google - 0 views

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    Guess-the-google uses images retrieved using Google's image search. Ten questions in a fast-paced game that is a great opening activity for adult workshops or for student whole group participation. There is also a make-your-own-montage version so you could put in images from historical periods etc. Warning: Very Addictive!
Anne Bubnic

Cyber-bullying cases put heat on Google, Facebook - 2 views

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    The Internet was built on freedom of expression. Society wants someone held accountable when that freedom is abused. And major Internet companies like Google and Facebook are finding themselves caught between those ideals.
Anne Bubnic

Teachable Moment: Your Digital Foot Print - 5 views

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    A blogger recounts the story of a woman's search for a housekeeper. After checking the work resumes of the most promising candidates, she googled each person's name. The results illustrate the need to manage your personal identity online and could be used as a good teaching example for kids.
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