New Microsoft Logo looks like Apple Corporate Font.
“NEW MICROSOFT LOGO LOOKS LIKE APPLE CORPORATE FONT.”
RSS Feed Search Engine
“The RSS search engine will help you discover RSS feeds on the web around your favorite topics. Read details or try one of these sample queries:”
iPad Ideas~n~Apps / Free apps list
List of Free Apps for Education
8 Must-Have Google Chrome Apps For Students | Edudemic
“Below are some of the top web apps for students looking for helpful tools to focus while online, as selected by Google’s Chrome Web Apps Guru, Rahul Roy-Chowdhury.”
Teach literacy across the curriculum. Support ELLs. Simple, fast, and FREE.
Create comprehensive literacy lesson plans and student materials from any content in minutes.
Ian Jukes – 7 things we must change graphic
How to: Screencasting
10 Simple Ideas for Transforming Your Teaching This School Year : Teacher Reboot Camp
“Many of us will face many new learners as a new semester of classes begin. For many of us this can be a frightening and stressful experience. It should be. “
Samsung: We Are The Ones Prioritizing Innovation Over Litigation
“Samsung: We are the ones prioritizing innovation over litigation”
Are digital dinosaurs running the show? | About the ABC
“The great challenge of digital education is meeting the needs of students who have grown up in the digital era, and the expectations of teachers and parents who haven’t. Annabel Astbury and the digital education team are building an educational portal that is trying to straddle these two worlds.”
Back to School – Top 5 iPad Apps for Educators « syded
“The number one question when an educator receives an iPad. Whether it is training colleagues with the technology, or educators finding their own way, the ‘best’ apps always find a place in the discussions.
With that in mind, these 5 applications may help with integration of the iPad into the classroom.”
Twitter – How Tumblr poses a clear and present danger
“Twitter is at it again. This week they cut off Tumblr from their API, affecting the ability for Tumblr users to find their Twitter friends on the (kind of) competing microblogging site. This move seems to further substantiate Twitter’s intent to bring everyone home to the mothership to consume advertising.”
The Ten Commandments of Twitter | Personal Branding Blog – Dan Schawbel
“The proliferation of trolls and fanatics in our beloved chirping microblog has made it urgent to issue some shared guidelines we can all adhere to that can regulate private and public behavior on Twitter. This is my proposal, which I submit to your consideration.”
How People Tweet: The Most Popular Twitter Apps [Infographic]
“In this infographic called How People Tweet by The Next Web, we can see a quick and easy breakdown of all these fun stats. TweetDeck is still used, but the percentage is super low. I’m also very surprised that Hootsuite isn’t on the list at all. I suppose when looking at Twitter as a whole, this does make sense after all. Think about this…”
A List of Awesome 10 New Web Tools for Educators
“A LIST OF AWESOME 10 NEW WEB TOOLS FOR EDUCATORS”
Online learning in higher education is no panacea | NewsOK.com
“Online learning can and does play an important role in higher education. But it can’t replace the face-to-face learning that takes place every day in our colleges and universities.”
Free Tools To Create Visually Appealing Infographics – You The Designer | You The Designer
“Infographics, also known as information graphics, are graphics that represent information, data or knowledge in a manner that is easy to read and understand. Software that creates quality infographics used to be costly, with some companies paying $30,000 or more for a single graphic. Thankfully, today there are many free tools that allow the user to create quality infographics. The top 10 are listed below.”
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