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Soniya Patel

Custom Website Design - Why it's the Best? - 0 views

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    With every minute moving around the clock, the competition in the online market keeps on receiving new challenges, with each site already making a mark there or for those who are looking for a chance to enter the realm. Now, business are lined up in a long queue to get their web presence felt on the net.
Susan Oxnevad

Wikispaces for Designing Common Core Activities - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - 0 views

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    My toolkit is filled with tools I use regularly, but one of my personal favorite learning platforms is Wikispaces because it's a simple tool that has many useful features for designing and implementing Common Core aligned learning experiences.
Christopher Pappas

The Best LinkedIn Groups About eLearning - 0 views

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    The Best LinkedIn Groups About eLearning LinkedIn is my favorite social network because the most of its members are acting as professionals! This is why I created a list of the best LinkedIn Groups about eLearning! Would you like to network with Instructional Designers and eLearning professionals? Would you like to find eLearning companies for business collaborations? Would you like to find a temporary or a project based job at the eLearning field? The list of the following Best LinkedIn Groups about eLearning could help you achieve more than that. http://elearningindustry.com/subjects/general/item/383-the-best-linkedin-groups-about-elearning linkedin elearning linkedin groups about elearning best linkedin groups best linkedin group about elearning instructional design freelancers elearning
Christopher Pappas

What I'm learning from Harvard: A MOOC story - 0 views

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    What I'm learning from Harvard: A MOOC story Taking a bit of my own advice, I recently started working through a computer programming MOOC from Harvard, with the goal of distilling out teaching tips and online course ideas from a student's perspective. While learning some useful job skills, I will share my experience to help designers of MOOCs and traditional online classes think about best practices in their course design. http://elearningindustry.com/subjects/general/item/408-learning-from-harvard-mooc-story
creatskills

30+ Best new web development tools in 2016 - 0 views

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    In 2016 the web development tools are very exciting and make your working on HTML CSS and other platforms or languages of website very easy, like animations, transition, library, newsletters, boxes, games, wire frames and other important thinks now very easier than easy to do in very short time and short efforts, so every designer should also learn trends of web design in 2016 and this best new tools of web design in 2016.
creatskills

Web Design Trends You Must Know for 2016 & 2017 - 0 views

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    In this current time all thing getting updates and adding more new elements, so also web design trends also updated according to standards of 2016 and 2017, here are following special trends you should must follow and applying when your trying to create websites in 2016 / 2017.
aghora group

Online Registration | Aghora Group - 0 views

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    Welcome to Aghora Design Academy,Registration for mep academic programs and course descriptions at your fingertips.Online registration ,online application,mep academic programs,mep academic course,mep academic programs in kollam,mep academic programs cochin,mep academic programs kerala.Our program aims to exploit your skills and enhance your chances for a successful career with HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire- Fighting & Building Designing in the field of Building Services.
agtsindia12

The newest trends in the web design development industry - 0 views

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    Latest trends include Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Animations, Parallax which have been in the look-out for professional web design development companies. Apart from these there are also newer fonts that has the ability of enhancing the design of a website.
Ellie Jenn

Installment Loans For Bad Credit: Personal Loans Bad Credit Designed To Make Dealing With Personal Emergencies Easy! - 0 views

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    Humans have limitless needs. In today's world money plays an important role in fulfilling such needs. Thus, shortage of money can be a major trouble. Applying for loan to bridge such temporary cash gap is the best option. Personal loans bad credit is an ideal solution that has been designed to help you fix all your personal cash crunches. Dealing with a lot of unplanned emergencies can be a lot easier with this loan even if you have bad credit rating.
paritiwari900

Jainit: Software & Web Development Company in Bareilly Lucknow Noida Uttar Pradesh NCR India - 0 views

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    Jainit is leading software, WordPress, blog, web development company India. For responsive, seo friendly, mobile web designing company in Bareilly India.
paresh sagar

Redesign Your App To Get More Downloads: Best Mobile App Design Trends Of 2017 - 0 views

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    A suitable user experience is the fine margin between a good app and a great app. Mobile applications fight daily for providing the best experience to the user.
titechnologies

Reasons why React Native Is the Future of Hybrid App Development - TI Technologies - 0 views

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    As the world of mobile apps is expanding beyond comprehension, demand for better and faster apps shoot up. We need applications that perform easily, have a magnificent look, simple to create, and can be implemented rapidly. All these necessities are difficult to satisfy as high performance, related to native apps, set aside enough time for the advancement. Then again, faster deployment, related with cross-platform applications, trade-off, no less than a bit, on performance. Therefore, aching for better languages, tools that help top-notch hybrid apps development, and frameworks keep developers on their toes. One such resolution, which quickly changing the universe of versatile applications is Facebook's React Native. It is a JavaScript library to assemble a UI that enables you to make versatile mobile applications and work easily as native apps. It even gives you a chance to reuse the code over the web and mobile platforms. You don't have to develop for Android and iOS, independently, as one code is sufficient for both the platforms, saving money and time. Let's look at some reasons that point towards React Native taking the center stage in the future. Supports Both iOS & Android - 'Supportive' Because of the two different operating systems which are majorly being used by the customers across the world, the primary challenge for the mobile app development companies is to choose one ahead of the other. But Facebook made it easy by introducing React Native. It supports both iOS and Android making it convenient for the app developers to use the same code for both the platforms without writing it from the scratch. Reusability for better development What makes us to state that REACTS is the eventual fate of application development? It is the reusability of the components. You don't have the Web view components anymore for hybrid apps with React native. The essential code for this framework will easily be reused within the native apps, and you'll easily compile it
ajay7387

Website Design and Development Company in Delhi - 0 views

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    Raasis Technology gives you a complete solution for all web related services.We play with technology & explore the best that you want.We are a creative agency based in Delhi. Our core skills focus on website design/development,ecommerce websites, mobile and SEO/SMO and in particular where they all meet.RAASIS offers a complete range of Web Solution and internet marketing. We are creative IT Company based in Delhi.
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    Raasis Technology gives you a complete solution for all web related services.We play with technology & explore the best that you want.We are a creative agency based in Delhi. Our core skills focus on website design/development,ecommerce websites, mobile and SEO/SMO and in particular where they all meet.RAASIS offers a complete range of Web Solution and internet marketing. We are creative IT Company based in Delhi.
ajay7387

Raasis Technology - Mobile-app-development / Website Design and Development Company/digital marketing service provider/Seo - 0 views

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    #website #design, #development,#eCommerce #membership,#erp,#wordpress #seo,#internet,#marketing,#raasis Raasis Technology gives you a complete solution for all web related services.We play with technology & explore the best that you want.We are a creative agency based in Delhi. Our core skills focus on website design/development,ecommerce websites, mobile and SEO/SMO and in particular where they all meet.RAASIS offers a complete range of Web Solution and internet marketing. We are creative IT Company based in Delhi.
Clif Mims

Create Your Own Wired Cover - 1 views

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    Design your own Wired Magazine cover. Imagine the fun and innovative ways you and your students could use this.
Michael Johnson

Teaching in Social and Technological Networks « Connectivism - 17 views

  • The model falls apart when we distribute content and extend the activities of the teacher to include multiple educator inputs and peer-driven learning.
  • Skype brings anyone, from anywhere, into a classroom. Students are not confined to interacting with only the ideas of a researcher or theorist. Instead, a student can interact directly with researchers through Twitter, blogs, Facebook, and listservs. The largely unitary voice of the traditional teacher is fragmented by the limitless conversation opportunities available in networks. When learners have control of the tools of conversation, they also control the conversations in which they choose to engage. Course content is similarly fragmented. The textbook is now augmented with YouTube videos, online articles, simulations, Second Life builds, virtual museums, Diigo content trails, StumpleUpon reflections, and so on.
  • Traditional courses provide a coherent view of a subject. This view is shaped by “learning outcomes” (or objectives). These outcomes drive the selection of content and the design of learning activities. Ideally, outcomes and content/curriculum/instruction are then aligned with the assessment. It’s all very logical: we teach what we say we are going to teach, and then we assess what we said we would teach. This cozy comfortable world of outcomes-instruction-assessment alignment exists only in education. In all other areas of life, ambiguity, uncertainty, and unkowns reign. Fragmentation of content and conversation is about to disrupt this well-ordered view of learning. Educators and universities are beginning to realize that they no longer have the control they once (thought they) did
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  • I’ve come to view teaching as a critical and needed activity in the chaotic and ambiguous information climate created by networks.
  • In networks, teachers are one node among many. Learners will, however, likely be somewhat selective of which nodes they follow and listen to. Most likely, a teacher will be one of the more prominent nodes in a learner’s network. Thoughts, ideas, or messages that the teacher amplifies will generally have a greater probability of being seen by course participants. The network of information is shaped by the actions of the teacher in drawing attention to signals (content elements) that are particularly important in a given subject area.
  • While “curator” carries the stigma of dusty museums, the metaphor is appropriate for teaching and learning. The curator, in a learning context, arranges key elements of a subject in such a manner that learners will “bump into” them throughout the course. Instead of explicitly stating “you must know this”, the curator includes critical course concepts in her dialogue with learners, her comments on blog posts, her in-class discussions, and in her personal reflections. As learners grow their own networks of understanding, frequent encounters with conceptual artifacts shared by the teacher will begin to resonate.
  • Today’s social web is no different – we find our way through active exploration. Designers can aid the wayfinding process through consistency of design and functionality across various tools, but ultimately, it is the responsibility of the individual to click/fail/recoup and continue. Fortunately, the experience of wayfinding is now augmented by social systems. Social structures are filters. As a learner grows (and prunes) her personal networks, she also develops an effective means to filter abundance. The network becomes a cognitive agent in this instance – helping the learner to make sense of complex subject areas by relying not only on her own reading and resource exploration, but by permitting her social network to filter resources and draw attention to important topics. In order for these networks to work effectively, learners must be conscious of the need for diversity and should include nodes that offer critical or antagonistic perspectives on all topic areas. Sensemaking in complex environments is a social process.
  • Aggregation should do the same – reveal the content and conversation structure of the course as it unfolds, rather than defining it in advance.
  • Filtering resources is an important educator role, but as noted already, effective filtering can be done through a combination of wayfinding, social sensemaking, and aggregation. But expertise still matters. Educators often have years or decades of experience in a field. As such, they are familiar with many of the concepts, pitfalls, confusions, and distractions that learners are likely to encounter. As should be evident by now, the educator is an important agent in networked learning. Instead of being the sole or dominant filter of information, he now shares this task with other methods and individuals.
  • Filtering can be done in explicit ways – such as selecting readings around course topics – or in less obvious ways – such as writing summary blog posts around topics. Learning is an eliminative process. By determining what doesn’t belong, a learner develops and focuses his understanding of a topic. The teacher assists in the process by providing one stream of filtered information. The student is then faced with making nuanced selections based on the multiple information streams he encounters
  • Stephen’s statements that resonated with many learners centers on modelling as a teaching practice: “To teach is to model and to demonstrate. To learn is to practice and to reflect.” (As far as I can tell, he first made the statement during OCC in 2007).
  • Modelling has its roots in apprenticeship. Learning is a multi-faceted process, involving cognitive, social, and emotional dimensions. Knowledge is similarly multi-faceted, involving declarative, procedural, and academic dimensions. It is unreasonable to expect a class environment to capture the richness of these dimensions. Apprenticeship learning models are among the most effective in attending to the full breadth of learning. Apprenticeship is concerned with more than cognition and knowledge (to know about) – it also addresses the process of becoming a carpenter, plumber, or physician.
  • Without an online identity, you can’t connect with others – to know and be known. I don’t think I’m overstating the importance of have a presence in order to participate in networks. To teach well in networks – to weave a narrative of coherence with learners – requires a point of presence. As a course progresses, the teacher provides summary comments, synthesizes discussions, provides critical perspectives, and directs learners to resources they may not have encountered before.
  • Persistent presence in the learning network is needed for the teacher to amplify, curate, aggregate, and filter content and to model critical thinking and cognitive attributes that reflect the needs of a discipline.
  • Teaching and learning in social and technological networks is similarly surprising – it’s hard to imagine that many of the tools we’re using are less than a decade old (the methods of learning in networks are not new, however. People have always learned in social networks).
  • We’re still early in many of these trends. Many questions remain unanswered about privacy, ethics in networks, and assessment.
  • We’re still early in many of these trends. Many questions remain unanswered about privacy, ethics in networks, and assessment.
  • The tools for controlling both content and conversation have shifted from the educator to the learner. We require a system that acknowledges this reality.
  • In order for these networks to work effectively, learners must be conscious of the need for diversity and should include nodes that offer critical or antagonistic perspectives on all topic areas. Sensemaking in complex environments is a social process.
  • In order for these networks to work effectively, learners must be conscious of the need for diversity and should include nodes that offer critical or antagonistic perspectives on all topic areas. Sensemaking in complex environments is a social process.
  • In order for these networks to work effectively, learners must be conscious of the need for diversity and should include nodes that offer critical or antagonistic perspectives on all topic areas. Sensemaking in complex environments is a social process.
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    Discusses the role of teachers in the learning  process through social networks: He gives seven roles 1. Amplifying, 2. Curating, 3. Wayfinding and socially-driven sensemaking, 4. Aggregating, 5. Filtering, 6. Modelling, 7. Persistent presence. He ends with this provocative thought: "My view is that change in education needs to be systemic and substantial. Education is concerned with content and conversations. The tools for controlling both content and conversation have shifted from the educator to the learner. We require a system that acknowledges this reality."
mbarek Akaddar

PrimaryWall - Web based sticky notes for schools - 18 views

  • PrimaryWall is a web-based sticky note tool designed for schools that allows pupils and teachers to work together in real-time Create new
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    PrimaryWall is a #web-based sticky note tool designed for schools that allows pupils and teachers to work together in real-time
Kay Cunningham

ICTmagic - Art, Craft & Design - 25 views

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    Tools for drawing online
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