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acarraro

Host to Host through a Router - Practical Networking .net - 7 views

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      Why shouldn't the router use some kind of Default Route in this case?
Shannon Knight

Welcome! | LinkedIn - 4 views

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    social networking community
Roland Gesthuizen

How to Use Facebook Groups to Stay Connected After Conferences « Social Fresh - 11 views

  • the Web is changing the face of conferences. We can glean the content from events through various social media channels with the click of a button. It’s not hard. Content is easily transmittable.
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    "the Web is changing the face of conferences. We can glean the content from events through various social media channels with the click of a button. It's not hard. Content is easily transmittable"
Shannon Baird

The Twitteraholic's Ultimate Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter | The Ed... - 8 views

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    A thorough guide on how to use Twitter, especially in the educational field.
Glenn Hervieux

#etmooc (Written June 2012): Why Networks Matter | Penny Bentley - 10 views

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    Great rationale for why networks matter. Peggy Bentlley does a marvelous job of using Tweets to support the points she makes in her blog post. Must read!
Erin Crisp

Twitter Guide Book - How To, Tips and Instructions by Mashable - 69 views

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    Twitter guide book.  what is #follow Friday?, Why aren't people following me?
Greg Limperis

Technology Integration in Education - Facilitating the Use of Technology in the Classroom - 15 views

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    "Are you an educator who has no time to surf the internet for great resources that will help you integrate technology into your daily teaching? Have you ever wished that there could be one central starting point in your search for great edtech resources? " Then T.I.E. is the site for you! Form or join a group, read a news feed, participate in an event, discuss or blog about a topic, watch or share a video, and so much more!
Sue Bailey

Tech Talk for Teachers: Edmodo Makes Educating Easier - 5 views

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    Connect and collaborate with colleagues, students and parents through the simple, yet versatile Edmodo interface. Visit this blog to see how Edmodo.com can make a difference in your classroom.
Julie Whitehead

Dare2Share project at BT - YouTube - 3 views

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    non-training learning using social media
Rich Robles

Social networking sites and our lives | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life ... - 53 views

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    Questions have been raised about the social impact of widespread use of social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, and Twitter. Do these technologies isolate people and truncate their relationships? Or are there benefits associated with being connected to others in this way? The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project decided to examine social networking sites in a survey that explored people's overall social networks and how use of these technologies is related to trust, tolerance, social support, and community and political engagement.

    The findings presented here paint a rich and complex picture of the role that digital technology plays in people's social worlds. Wherever possible, we seek to disentangle whether people's varying social behaviors and attitudes are related to the different ways they use social networking sites, or to other relevant demographic characteristics, such as age, gender and social class.
Steve Ransom

The 10 Worst Mistakes of First-Time Job Hunters - Finance and Accounting Jobs News and ... - 44 views

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    Some salient and relevant advice for 21st century learners!

    "I would have actually networked."
    "I would have gotten more involved in career-relevant extracurricular activities.""I would have focused more on becoming 'professional.'""I would have kept better track of my achievements.""I would have focused more on developing relevant skills."
Ruth Howard

muuua - 51 views

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    MUUUA designed by teachers to help us to find each other in order to collaborate locally and globally. 
Susan Stevens

Wiggio - Makes it easy to work in groups. - 177 views

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    This looks like an amazing way to communicate in my class next year!
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    It sounds and looks nice. In my experience, however, it is super slow with a poorly organized layout. I used it the past two years with my fellow team teachers to share files and links. It didn't matter what computer or network I was on; it always ran very slowly. It became very frustrating to use. I logged in a few times this year, even recently, and it still seemed cumbersome.
anonymous

The Innovative Educator: Listen to a Principal Who Knows Banning is the Easy Way Out - 66 views

  • Sheninger understands that while banning students from technology and social media is certainly easier, his job is not to do what is most convenient, but rather what is right for our students.  As a result, Sheninger publicly embraces the use of social media for himself and for his students.  
  • Sheninger, considered to be one of the most innovative principals in the country, will be joined by several of his teachers, students, board trustees and members of his community to discuss how New Milford High School uses technology as a student, parent, and community engagement tool.
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    Great video!
anonymous

Social Networking as a Tool for Student and Teacher Learning - 52 views

  • Online social networking includes much more than Facebook and Twitter. It is any online use of technology to connect people, enable them to collaborate with each other, and form virtual communities, says the Young Adult Library Services Association
  • Among students surveyed in a National School Boards Association study, 96 percent of those with online access reported using social networking, and half said they use it to discuss schoolwork. Despite this prevalence in everyday life, schools have been hesitant to adopt social networking as an education tool.

    A 2010 study into principals’ attitudes found that “schools are one of the last holdouts,” with many banning the most popular social networking sites for students and sometimes for staff.

  • Survey research confirms, however, that interest in harnessing social networking for educational purposes is high. As reported in School Principals and Social Networking in Education: Practices, Policies and Realities in 2010, a national survey of 1,200 principals, teachers and librarians found that most agreed that social networking sites can help educators share information and resources, create professional learning communities and improve schoolwide communications with students and staff. Those who had used social networks were more positive about potential benefits than those who had not. In an online discussion with 12 of the principals surveyed, most said, “social networking and online collaboration tools would make a substantive change in students’ educational experience.” They said these tools could improve student motivation and engagement, help students develop a more social/collaborative view of learning and create a connection to real-life learning.
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  • Most national, state and local policies have not yet addressed social networking specifically; by default, it often falls under existing acceptable use policies (AUPs). While AUPs usually provide clear language on obscenities, profanity and objectionable activities, they also leave out gray areas that could open students to harmful activities while excluding them from certain benefits of social networking. Likewise, boilerplate policies that ban specific applications, such as Twitter, may miss other potential threats while also limiting the ability of students to collaborate across schools, districts, states or countries. The challenge for districts is to write policies that address potentially harmful interactions without eliminating the technology’s beneficial uses.
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