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“The Teacher’s Guide To Tech” Looks Great! March 18, 2015 by Larry Ferlazzo | 2 Comments via “The Teacher’s Guide To Tech” Looks Great! | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day….
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How to Make & Promote Wildly-Successful Infographics starthere4This FREE course will walk you through step-by-step how to create premium quality infographics and precisely how to promote them so that you can generate coverage on big name websites like Forbes and … Continue reading
How do we engage students?There are several strategies for engaging students in the classroom, and many of them have been written about the umbrella of “effective teaching strategies” and “student-centered” approaches. The reality is that any strategy that utilizes the … Continue reading
With all the demands of academia, becoming an active curator on Twitter may sound appealing but just too onerous a task. To help ease such anxiety, Allan Johnson shares his own Twitter workflow and suggests several tools and apps, such … Continue reading
If you are a Twitter user and want to embed your Twitter ‘feed’ into your Moodle site, Twitter itself provides a useful ‘widget’ (mini-application), together with embed code that you can add into a Moodle block or within other activities … Continue reading
Two years ago we wrote a blog post about how to add a Twitter timeline to a Moodle site via the Remote RSS Feeds block. Unfortunately Twitter fully retired its API v1 in June 2013 which means you can no … Continue reading
Establishing Social Media Hashtag Standards for Disaster Response Posted on November 5, 2014 | 8 Comments The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has just published an important, must-read report on the use of social media for … Continue reading
Digital storytelling at the University of Strathclyde today at 08:45 Tuesday 5 May marks the start of Images of Research, the annual competition and exhibition from the University of Strathclyde, which is designed to broaden the appeal of the university’s … Continue reading