Google in Education – YouTube
This YouTube channel contains videos from Google in Education.
TakePart TV – YouTube
We care about big issues facing the planet and we know you do too. We’re the people that brought you An Inconvenient Truth, Food Inc., and, Contagion. Entertainment can inspire change, so join us as we try to un-suck the world with some humor, he..
The Smart Girls Channel – YouTube
The Smart Girls Channel is a place for funny, thoughtful and deceivingly educational programming.
The channel celebrates girls, friendships and spontaneous dance parties!
Scoop.it launches new visual dashboard – Canada Canada Social Media | Examiner.com
Now more visually focused, the dashboard is centered on a user’s personalized Interest Graph. The home page gives curators instant access to the most recent posts on the topics they follow. The content is displayed in a magazine-like format for easy discovery, sharing and interaction with other curators.
6 Unbelievable 3D Still Photography Shots! « Graphic Design Blog – An Ultimate Resource for Graphic Designers
3D – the three dimensional photography is talk of town these days. Have you ever noticed the effects which we get from 3D photographs? They are undoubtedly phenomenal. There are many artistes who have now started to shoot 3D photographs to get noticed by the critics. More over they also get appreciation for doing different shoots which were never seen earlier by the humans. If we talk about something that is here to stay for a longer period of time, then 3D photography is amongst those arts of photography.
(Edu)Clipping, Pinning, Linking and Sharing Educational Resources
I got my early access today to Adam Bellow’s newest venture, eduClipper. I have been hounding him to let me have a peek for a while now. I hound because I care, I hope he realizes, because like the 3000+ teachers who’ve already signed up for the waiting list for eduClipper, I’m eager to see what the educator and eduTecher is doing next.
Social media leaders – the basic facts (infographic) – New Media – New Media | siliconrepublic.com – Ireland’s Technology News Service
For a quick snapshot and comparison of today’s social media leaders – namely, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, Tagged, Spotify, Foursquare, Reddit, and Club Penguin – cast your eyes on a new infographic.
Rovio Launches Amazing Alex for iOS and Android
Rovio has proved there is life beyond Angry Birds by today launching its new puzzle-based games series Amazing Alex on iOS and Android devices, challenging gamers to complete 100 levels using 35 fully interactive objects.
How to Use Twitter’s New Search Features
Microblogging platform Twitter overhauled its search this week, making finding users, hashtags and mentions easier.
Twitter’s “simpler search” lets users discover more news in real time. The search updates also let users connect more efficiently. Just think about all the times you’ve input the wrong name or misplaced a letter and subsequently missed out on results.
Twitter reveals the anatomy of its major mobile overhaul | Internet & Media – CNET News
Twitter completed the overhaul of its mobile site today, which aims to make Twitter available to anyone who owns a cell phone — smartphone or feature. Now people in far away or rural places, and even those on low-bandwidth networks, can use the newest version of Twitter for mobile Web on their cell phone.
A Great Tool to Easily Create Digital Scrapbooks for your Classroom
Beeclip Edu is a great tool to use with your students. It basically lets you create amazing digital scrapbooks for your students creativity, imagination and self-expression.
Tumblr + Facebook/Twitter = RebelMouse
Well, a new web application called RebelMouse gives you this opportunity and much more. It is right now in beta, so it can be a little rough around the edges at times, but it is a very cool service. Think of it as Tumblr meets Facebook and Twitter, sound interesting? Well, read on to learn more about this cool little app.
In today’s digital age, teachers are learners, too » Evansville Courier & Press
About 1,000 educators at an e-learning conference Wednesday at North High School were told their roles are as important as ever, but somewhat different from in years past.
Space matters. Why must high school students endure bland, ugly, boring classrooms? « Anne Knock: Learning everywhere today
When I walk into a classroom the physical environment shouts at me. It tells me what is valued, how students learn and where the power is.
What would this tell you?