Archivos del mes: 30 septiembre 2011

What’s in a tweet

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9 Twitter Styles: Which One Is Yours

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Social media is huge. Eight years ago no one had an idea that it would grow this fast. People now communicate differently. If you watch brands on TV or see their ads on the newspapers or billboards you will notice that they now include the URLs of their social media pages so their customers can interact with them in real time. We even add our own URLs on our email signatures and business cards.
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A Visual History of Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

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This infographic details Twitter’s most influential content creators, its staggering adoption rates and struggle to turn a profit.
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Computing at School :: Computing For the Next Generation …

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The Computing at School Working Group (CAS) is a grass roots organisation that aims to promote the teaching of Computing at school.
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Whiteboard

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A web whiteboard, no sign in or installation needed.
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elmundopormaleta – home

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¡Viva la creatividad! Proyectos artísticos en el Premio Internacional Educared | Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la educación | Educa con TIC

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Cada inicio de curso llegamos con las pilas cargadas y con ganas de trabajar con el alumnado en proyectos atractivos y motivadores a través de los cuales consigamos desarrollar las competencias básicas.
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41 Benefits of an ePortfolio

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Benefits  of an  ePortfolio . . .                 . . . for Students,  Educators, Employers or Corporate Companies I started this blog to reflect on my own learning in a class on social media and open education. Since I have enjoyed the experience, I am continuing to write about my informal learning as it grows. I am trying to keep informed about the latest developments in the world of ePortfolios or personal learning environments. If I read something that I find intriguing, or that I simply want to remember, I’m planning to capture it and share it by blogging it – right here.
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Learning with ‘e’s: Not so tasty now

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PDC Generator

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