Post-2015: what comes after the Millennium Development Goals?
tags: infographic millenium development goals
The World’s Highest Peaks: Scaling heights via Google maps
tags: google maps
Did Michelle Rhee ignore her own cheating scandal? A new memo suggests clear evidence was discounted.
Making Academic Integrity Policies Work
New Ebook Retailer Bindworx.com Proposes to Change the Way Readers Buy Ebooks
White Paper: Perception Analysis of Scholarly E-Books in the Humanities at the Collegiate Level
Don’t Worry About Kids and Touch Screens, Worry About the Parents
iPad in the Classroom – Can we make it simpler?
Facebook ‘erodes any idea of privacy’
tags: Digital_Citizenship digital citizenship
Ebooks Post 41% Gain in 2012
tags: ebooks publishing
Social Media Networks Stripping Data from Your Digital Photos
tags: Digital_Citizenship digital citizenship fac
tags: coding gaming
Visible thinking routines
tags: visible thinking
tags: ebook publishing
The iPhone Killed My Creativity
tags: creativity learning
Why we should never return to the three Rs
tags: blended learning
What College Students Really Think About Online Courses
tags: online learning
Public good or playing markets? The real reason for MOOCs
Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies
ANU joins edX online education revolution
They Draw and Cook
tags: illustrations drawing
The Draw and Travel
Using iPads and Apps in the School Library – Internet @ Schools
tags: ipad apps
Ebooks Now 23% of U.S. Publisher Sales
Google data center security – YouTube
Type Scout – Faster typing means more spare time 🙂
A Great Guide on How to Cite Social Media Using Both MLA and APA styles ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Goodreads’ success story | Visual.ly
Infographics I like / Lets just say “Being a good teacher today” and “27 ways to be a better educator”
tags: good teaching
Edit & Create – Mistersill YT in the Classroom
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Posted by Anne Weaver on April 13, 2013 in Uncategorized
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