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10 Excellent Lessons from Google to Help Students Better Use Google Maps in Their Learn... - 32 views

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    January 5, 2015
    Google Maps is an excellent tool to use with students to develop their spatial thinking. Beyond getting driving or walking directions to the other, this tool enables students to discover the world right from their classrooms. It is also a very good way to teach students about geography concepts, distance measurement, map readings and other fundamentals of mapping such as longitude, latitude, locations and many more.
Hilda Gómez

PhotoMontager - Moonlighting - 14 views

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    We enjoy creating ways for you to make your photos fun and creative, and share them with your friends and family. We develop photo edition apps for smartphones, tablets and Windows 8.
Craig Seasholes

http://www.limitlesslibraries.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Limitless-Libraries-Full-R... - 22 views

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    Keith Curry Lance Study report of Nashville program.
Ellen Robinette

Welcome to the Guide to Library Research - 67 views

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    Has printable guides for the research process
Martha Hickson

Measuring Worth - User Guide - 12 views

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    The principle of the MeasuringWorth is that there is no one standard measure for comparing what a monetary value in the past is worth today. The best measure depends on the question asked. At present, we have comparators that give you seven answers for the United States (from 1774 on), five for the United Kingdom (from 1270 on), five for Australia (from 1828 on). These dates are determined by the limits of available data.
Brette Correy

Why Aren't Teens Reading Like They Used To? - 24 views

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    Text and audio from NPR reporting on a roundup of studies put together by Common Sense Media.
Carla Shinn

London Mashed Up: Footage of the City from 1924 Layered Onto Footage from 2013 - 11 views

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    Beautiful and amazing juxtaposition of then and now.

    "Using Gustav Mahler's Fourth Symphony as a sort of sonic mortar, Smith bricks the present day onto the British Film Institute's recent restoration of Parkinson and Miller's work. Actually, it's more of a keyhole effect, through which viewers can peep into the past."

    Beginning at 1:03 "The Strand, by the way, is as cosmopolitan a street as any we have seen, for here are housed our Colonial Brethren..." (Dominion of New Zealand building and Australia House).
Hilda Gómez

Speech bubble photo - 31 views

shared by Hilda Gómez on 11 Dec 13 - No Cached
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    Create your own comic strips online with phrase.it, the free and easy to use speech bubble photo editor.
Cathy Oxley

Social Life of Cities - Urban Times - 7 views

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    "'The Social Life of Cities' is a series of 10 articles giving "street views" on city innovation from cities around the world. "
Carla Shinn

What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains - 20 views

shared by Carla Shinn on 22 May 13 - No Cached
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    Original video here. Hidden Gems in video link below.
Allison Burrell

eduClipper - 16 views

shared by Allison Burrell on 08 May 13 - No Cached
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jenibo

The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook - 5 views

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    This is an oldie but a goodie. Covers the degradation in Facebook's privacy settings.
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