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Nelly Cardinale

Links for Digital Research Tools - 12 views

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    Bamboo DiRT is a tool, service, and collection registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. Developed by Project Bamboo, Bamboo DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software.
Vicki Davis

Statwing | Intuitive Data Analysis - 3 views

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    This useful tool analyzes data without the statistical jargon but will make it simple as you analyze it. This is something you may want to use with students as they analyze data from Google forms or other original research.
Steve Ransom

Tracking America: Poverty and Policy - 1 views

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    Nice set of manipulatable visualizations to explore basic data and trends and relationships dealing with poverty, gender, and level of educational attainment.
Martin Burrett

Maths Charts - 15 views

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    A great new resource from the creator of 'A Maths Dictionary for Kids'. Download and print beautifully designed and wonderfully useful maths posters on a good range of topics. Your classroom walls will never be the same again. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Martin Burrett

BBC Maths - Probability - 5 views

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    A superb interactive BBC maths video with games about probability. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
Roland O'Daniel

Many Eyes - 17 views

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    Many Eyes is a data visualization platform designed by IBM and provided for free. Since it's IBM it should remain fairly stable and free for a long while. 
Kelly Faulkner

How many Twitter users started later with Twitter than you did - 17 views

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    find out user stats - heaps of options. i used the "how long" one.
Suzie Nestico

Social Media Statistics 2011: Amazing Facts About Internet Use (VIDEO) - 13 views

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    Fantastic videos with up-to-date statistics on social media. Great to use with students or faculty who may be reluctant to technology and social media.
Melinda Waffle

IfItWereMyHome.com - 16 views

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    Compare US and another country side-by-side
Ted Sakshaug

Sumanas, Inc. Animation Gallery - 9 views

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    Sumanas develops animated tutorials in a variety of formats for many scientific disciplines.
Susan Sedro

Worldometers - real time world statistics - 12 views

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    Real-time meters of world statistics.
Sandy Kendell

Rise Of The iGeneration: Don't Call Me, Text Me | Online Media Gazette - 13 views

  • According to Nielsen Mobile, in the first quarter of 2009, the average U.S teenager made and received an average of 191 phone calls and sent and received 2,899 text messages every month. By the third quarter, the number of texts jumped to a whopping 3,146 messages per month. This is equivalent to more than 10 text messages per hour.
    • David Warlick
       
      Are they communicating with each other less?  or more?  Research seems to indicate that kids are using this hyper-connectedness to actually enrich their personal relationships, not isolate themselves.
  • We are in the midst of four distinct generations: Baby Boomers (born 1946-64), Generation X (1965-79), Net Generation (1980-89) and the new iGeneration (born in the 1990s and beyond). The “i” designation represents the “individualized” nature of their media.
    • Sandy Kendell
       
      This is one of the most specific categorizations of generations I've seen. I wonder what the writer's source is?
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    According to Nielsen Mobile, in the first quarter of 2009, the average U.S teenager made and received an average of 191 phone calls and sent and received 2,899 text messages every month. By the third quarter, the number of texts jumped to a whopping 3,146 messages per month. This is equivalent to more than 10 text messages per hour.
Vicki Davis

Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. - Gapminder.org - 11 views

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    Fascinating way to dispel myths and stereotypes of all kinds: look at the data. It doesn't lie. It's much easier to see the way Hans Rosling presents it at Gapminder.org
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    A student on netgened shared this with me based upon his topic "visual data analysis." This is an amazing repository of statistics shown in very cool ways. Great for social sciences.
David Hilton

Jules R. Benjamin, A Student's Online Guide to History Reference Sources, Eleventh Edition - 11 views

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    Welcome to the Web site for A Student's Online Guide to History Reference Sources. Adapted from the appendixes in A Student's Guide to History, Eleventh Edition, this site guides you to some of the best tools available for the most common research areas.
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    A useful online guide which accompanies an excellent book written to introduce students to historical research and writing.
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