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Links 1 through 10 of 108 by Vance Stevens tagged google

Online and off, the place we’re in or the site we’re on plays a role in setting the mood and tone of our conversations. The place itself even helps set the tone for who you should bring along with you.

We can foster a variety of different social interactions online if we provide the unique tools to support them. There is room online for more diversity in what we share. Once we move beyond the current formula, we can connect in new, unique ways online — all with the goal of getting to know each other even better.

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Vance Stevens, Lisa M Lane, Alison Snieckus, Osvaldo Rodriguez, Rowan Fairgrove, & Jeff Lebow discuss the impacts that MOOC is having on the way we might re-think learning in a networked, connectivist future (starting with the present), YouTube version

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Understanding And Using Google+ In The Classroom And Beyond

Steven W. Anderson

A definitive resource, explore via tabs at top of interface

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What is an e-Portfolio?e-Portfolios are platforms for students, teachers, alumni, and professionals to showcase their work and ideas. They are archives of learning, discovery, progress, achievement and reflection. A few uses of e-Portfolios include assessment, admissions, interactive resumes, student galleries, teacher resource sites, collaborative project portfolios, and research presentations.Learn more about the new Digication Assessment Management System (AMS) a solution for K-12 and Higher Ed. Schools to track, compare, and report on student progress and performance.

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Dr Paul Howard Jones assesses whether the latest scientific findings support popular fears about what technology is doing to us.

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I’ve concluded that most of the hype around social media is nonsense and that people, particularly the self-proclaimed social media elite are clothing-less. Sure, I’ll still continue to participate in those spaces periodically – as soon as this post is done, I’ll tweet it and share it on G+. Beyond that, however, social media is getting credit for things it’s merely flowing, not actually creating.

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Google+ launched just barely under a month ago, and the sheer volume of extensions, third party sites and enhancements that have already emerged may be proof of the social network’s staying power. If this list is anything to go by, people like Google+, and they’re willing to make the effort to improve the experience for all involved. So in no particular order, here is a list of ways to do just that.

I was not able to curate this site in Scoop.It (crashes browser tab)

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10 Things You Never Knew Were Possible On Google+

Scroll through here and the 100 things you didn't know were possible that are assumed knowledge here might amaze you as well

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Google+ is growing like crazy. It may even reach 10 million users soon.And those users are pretty dedicated to the brand new social network. In fact, some Google+ fans were dedicated enough to start a crowdsourced guide to everything you need to know on Google+.We dug through the guide and pulled the best tips and tricks on Google+. (Plus a few of our own.)

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This CIBER report is a meta-analysis of the reading and learning behaviors of visitors to libraries both brick/mortar and virtual. It makes recommendations to librarians vis a vis trends it sees for the near future (next 5 years, 10 years from 2008)

CIBER. 2008/ Information behaviour of the researcher of the future. UCL.

p9: new form of information seeking
behaviour = horizontal,
bouncing, checking and viewing in nature. Users are
promiscuous, diverse and volatile
... serious challenges for
traditional information providers, nurtured in a hardcopy
paradigm and... still tied to it.

information skills have to be developed during formative
school years and that remedial information literacy
programmes at university level are likely to be ineffective.
... go with the flow and help children to
become more effective information consumers?

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