Google Augmented Reality Glasses Could Come Soon, What Would They Mean?
Would you look at the world through Google Glasses? If you did, what would you see? That may be an option soon, if a reliable report today that the company is in “late prototype stages” on just such a product, proves accurate.
Want a Great Looking E-Learning Course? Here’s a Simple Way to Get It. » The Rapid eLearning Blog
For many rapid elearning developers the most challenging part is the first question because it requires a skill set different than training or instructional design. So what typically happens is that we create elearning courses that either all look the same or have a discordant look where the images and typography are a hodgepodge of whatever we have available.
Student skills: Are we doing enough? | ZDNet
With the global expansion of computer technology, social media and internet platforms are now used for a variety of tasks from study to shopping.
There is a widening shortage of a work force that possesses valuable computing skills that extends no further than personal use. Students are saddled with increasing costs of living, and its more commonplace for the younger generation to be juggling financial worries than being clear of debt.
PLACE: Population, Landscape, and Climate Estimates
Superb collection of maps – climate zones, coastal proximity, elevation, population
Issuu – You Publish
Explore a world of publications by people and publishers alike. Collect, share and publish in a format designed to make your documents look their very best.
Internet Explorer 6 Countdown | Death to IE 6 | IE6 Countdown
The Internet Explorer 6 Countdown
Moving the world off Internet Explorer 6
I Love Charts
By people who love charts for people who love charts.
Google Docs and Sites 2011: A Year in Review | Docs Blog
This year, we introduced over 100 new features to Google Docs to make creating, sharing, and collaborating in the cloud an even better experience.
12 signs your tech leadership is obsolescent
Good reading for everyone who would like to think they’re a leader. Imagine the possibilities if all the money spent building an internal infrastructure was spent in building capacity with learners. As with all things, you need to choose wisely. Using cloud-based apps solely to save money or for simple things isn’t smart either.
12 signs your tech leadership is obsolescent – Home – Doug Johnson’s Blue Skunk Blog
If a person became a technology director before about 1995, he/she probably came up through the teaching ranks. As a classroom teacher or librarian, if these folks showed an aptitude for, or even an interest in, educational technology, there was a path to administering it. After about 1995 computers, district-wide educational management applications and networks became sufficiently complex and important to the day-to-day operation of schools that technology directors were hired from business or computer science programs with little or no experience as teachers.
Open Education Resources – LiveBinder
Open Education Resources
Please click through the tabs at the top of this page to see various types of resources about Open Education, including a definition, blog posts, videos, books, and so much more!
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.