Governing Ourselves – Professionally Speaking – June 2011
College issues advisory on use of electronic communication and social media
FROM TWITTER TO FACEBOOK, electronic communication and social media are changing the way we learn and interact – and teachers across Ontario are dealing with those changes every day.
The Best Free Android Apps of 2011 (So Far) | PCWorld
Here’s a collection of the best free Android apps of 2011 (so far), including the practical ATM Hunter, a slick text editor, an awesome live-wallpaper app, and–of course–games.
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Create Flash Games with Stencyl
Create Flash games with StencylWorks on your Mac and PC for free
The Geoscoial Universe
20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web
Infographic: A Look At The Size And Shape Of The Geosocial Universe In 2011| The Committed Sardine
esse Thomas of design firm JESS3 has created an informative infographic depicting the current state of what is known as the Geosocial Universe. Rip Empson profiles his work here in the following article on TechCrunch.
Ted Curran.net » Cultivate your Personal Learning Network
This post discusses how to build your own Personal (or Professional) Learning Network. Instead of starting by telling you which tools to use, I want to talk about why you would do this in the first place
10 Things You Ought to Know
Just plain interesting. I knew but only a couple.
10 Things You Ought To Know
These are 10 of the most interesting facts hand picked from ‘The Book of General Ignorance’, written by John Lloyd, and forwarded by English broadcaster and entertainer, Stephen Fry. The human brain is, by far, the most complex single object in the cosmos, having more neurological connections within it than there are positively charged particles in the entire universe. With this astonishing level of computing power, there’s only one thing to do with it; use it.
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