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Digital Marketing-The future | What aspects Do I need to Learn? - Social Prachar - Top Digital Marketing Course and Data Science Institute in Hyderabad - 0 views

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    Marketing is to create awareness, improve brand awareness, etc. When you do your marketing on online using digital devices like computers,tablets and mobile phones it is known as digital marketing. It is finding your right target market on internet we can reach them by generating business on internet.
Clif Mims

LectureTools - iPad app fostering engagement in lectures - 42 views

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    "LectureTools is a student response system that also allows students to take notes linked with the slides and videos presented in class, answer instructor generated questions and pose questions to the instructor. All notes, questions and activities are instantly synchronized with the LectureTools web application."
LUCIAN DUMA

Euneos Finland invite you to join 1st Curation Course in Erasmus Plus - 9 views

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    Because Curation is Social Media King we organize a special Erasmus Plus Course edition in Inari ,Lapland, Finland http://goo.gl/Fp51Jk . If you like and want to learn more about #euneoscourses in #erasmusplus join and invite your friends in our #googleplus Community https://plus.google.com/communities/113950862480575268499þff or read more http://www.euneoscourses.eu/
Christopher Pappas

The Edmodo Cheat Sheet For Teachers Infographic | e-Learning Infographics - 1 views

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    The Edmodo Cheat Sheet For Teachers Infographic Edmodo provides teachers and students a secure place to connect and collaborate, share content and educational applications, and access homework, grades, class discussions and notifications. Edmodo is a social social platform for teachers, students, and parents that can be incorporated into classrooms through a variety of applications. Make your daily life easier by engaging with you students through secure classroom discussions, posting assignments, gradebook tracking, file sharing and uploading, and many many more. http://esocialinfographics.com/the-edmodo-cheat-sheet-for-teachers-infographic/
Colleen Broderick

Personal Learning Networks (PLN) | Technology for Teachers - 0 views

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    Strategies for building a PLN
LUCIAN DUMA

Top 10 tools to share secure your files in the cloud . Feed-back welcome - 26 views

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    What cloud tool do you like more to keep your files secure in the cloud ? Leave a comment after you read article
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    Google Drive works well for me since I log in to Gmail for work everyday. Nowadays, everything seemed to be googling around my life. Google is already part of my life for all social media platforms. It just make sense for me to use Google Drive and not try to manage so many other cloud-based accounts. Thanks for sharing!
LUCIAN DUMA

Join with over 650 attendees my #co13 class : Top 10 startup social media curation tools for social social in the workplace that will change research in XXI Century Education - 13 views

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    After the session download free my #co13 presentation from http://bitly.com/LucianeCuratorCO13Presentation
Christopher Pappas

The Best LinkedIn Groups About eLearning - 0 views

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    The Best LinkedIn Groups About eLearning LinkedIn is my favorite Learning 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

Free social authoring tool for creating online courses in Facebook - 0 views

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    Would you like to create for Free an eLearning course in Facebook and share it with your learners, and your learners with their friends and followers? Welcome to the Izzui world!
Susan Oxnevad

3 Free Cool Tools to Curate Content - 0 views

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    Content curation is a great way to find, organize and share useful knowledge efficiently. There are many free digital tools available to help manage web content in flexible ways allowing us to quickly share resources that are accessible online. Use of curation tools is social and will connect us to the ideas of others and help build our professional social networks.
Aranda Diego

Best Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers and Education - 0 views

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    Web 2.0 is the second generation of websites. It not only show and give the content, but more than that. With web 2.0 now the users can do more interaction with them. The example of the 2nd generation of the website technology is the social network sites.
Clif Mims

Teamie - The Collaborative Learning Network - 40 views

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    Teamie is a cloud-based social platform that makes social collaborative & fun, enables educators to engage & teach, and drives performance & behavior.
Kiona Padilla

8 Ways Technology Is Improving Education - 0 views

  • U.S. schools are still asking if they should incorporate more technology, while other countries are asking how.
  • Simulations and Models
  • Digital simulations and models can help teachers explain concepts that are too big or too small, or processes that happen too quickly or too slowly to demonstrate in a physical classroom.
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  • Learning from a native speaker, Learning through Learning interaction, and being exposed to another culture’s perspective are all incredible educational advantages that were once only available to those who could foot a travel bill.
angelica laurencon

The Holy Grail Of Learning - 19 views

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    The problem with new technologies is that they change our work processes. Arne Krokan pulls in his lectures how the introduction of the mower changed work processes in the kitchen. When there were only one or two guys off to cook for 30 and needed not the same labor in the kitchen. Livestock also changed. There was no need for draft animals, but the stock of fuel. This we can easily forget when we will industrialize the third world. We give them aid in the form of animals machines, like those of many different reasons, has no qualification to use, and then stand there and rust. At home, we see that large ICT investments cracks at approx. to 40% on cost and 80% on time . Often makes ICT investment crease in the organization because one does not take into account that ICT change processes. It's a completely different matter to change the email system, but to go from manual to electronic mail service. What is the biggest challenge is that not know in advance the processes and opportunities, and berensninger, located in the new technology. Therefore, one must endure a period of chaos and trial and error.
Stephen Mark

Education Have Fun by Playing Social Games in Social Networking Websites - Amazines.com Article Search Engine - 0 views

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    play online games with your friends as you network, learn, and prepare for the examination. A few social networking websites makes networking more purposeful and social more a fun online. The edu social portals provides all applications as any other social networking site including online education resources and e social tools with motivating games. You can play all kind of games from single player to multiplayer such as Ultima Online, Lineage, EverQuest, and World of Warcraft etc.
Dennis OConnor

Five Forms of Filtering « Innovation Leadership Network - 11 views

  • We create economic value out of information when we figure out an effective strategy that includes aggregating, filtering and connecting.
  • However, even experts can’t deal with all of the information available on the subjects that interest them – that’s why they end up specialising.
  • The five forms of filtering break into two categories: judgement-based, or mechanical.
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  • Judgement-based filtering is what people do.
  • As we gain skills and knowledge, the amount of information we can process increases. If we invest enough time in learning something, we can reach filter like an expert.
  • So, the real question is, how do we design filters that let us find our way through this particular abundance of information? And, you know, my answer to that question has been: the only group that can catalog everything is everybody. One of the reasons you see this enormous move towards social filters, as with Digg, as with del.icio.us, as with Google Reader, in a way, is simply that the scale of the problem has exceeded what professional catalogers can do. But, you know, you never hear twenty-year-olds talking about information overload because they understand the filters they’re given. You only hear, you know, forty- and fifty-year-olds taking about it, sixty-year-olds talking about because we grew up in the world of card catalogs and TV Guide. And now, all the filters we’re used to are broken and we’d like to blame it on the environment instead of admitting that we’re just, you know, we just don’t understand what’s going on.
  • There can also be expert networks – in some sense that is what the original search engines were, and what mahalo.com is trying now. The problem that the original search engines encountered is that the amount of information available on the web expanded so quickly that it outstripped the ability of the network to keep up with it. This led to the development of google’s search algorithm – an example of one of the versions of mechanical filtering: algorithmic.
  • heingold also provides a pretty good description of the other form of mechanical filtering, heuristic, in his piece on crap detection. Heuristic filtering is based on a set of rules or routines that people can follow to help them sort through the information available to them.
  • Filtering by itself is important, but it only creates value when you combine it with aggregating and connecting. As Rheingold puts it:
  • The important part, as I stressed at the beginning, is in your head. It really doesn’t do any good to multiply the amount of information flowing in, and even filtering that information so that only the best gets to you, if you don’t have a mental cognitive and social strategy for how you’re going to deploy your attention. (emphasis added)
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    I've been seeking a way to explain why I introduce Diigo along with Information fluency skills in the E-Learning for Educators Course. This article quickly draws the big picture.  Folks seeking to become online teachers are pursuing a specialized teaching skill that requires an information filtering strategy as well as what Rheingold calls "a mental cognitive and Learning strategy for how you're going to deploy your attention."
Leslie Holwerda

New Personal Learning Networks - Stephen's Lighthouse - 0 views

  • Seek out experts on the web.
  • Filter.
  • Don’t just consume, contribute.
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  • Start following blogs you find interesting.
  • Employ a social bookmarking site.
  • Be yourself!
  • Interact with sources both big and small.
  • Join a professional social network.
  • Find a great online community.
  • Share links of interest.
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    How to! PLN development
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