Google for Education:

By | April 15, 2015

info about GAFE- data privacy

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Photography – Week 69

By | April 14, 2015

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | April 11, 2015

In the Library with the Lead Pipe » Randall Munroe’s What If as a Test Case for Open Access in Popular Culture “Munroe’s teasing links to conspiracy sites also hint that he is well aware of the need to evaluate information for accuracy and confident in his ability to do so. He makes an effort… Read More

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From “On the Internet” towards “Of the Internet”

By | April 5, 2015

creative commons licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Sean MacEntee We’ve talking a lot in our group about how people move towards more complex uses of the Internet. We started with a discussion around Internet1 search skills and dispositions. It’s simple stuff2 in a lot of ways but putting it in writing might… Read More

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Photography – Week 68

By | April 5, 2015

I like to take photographs of photographers taking photographers. I ran into this one one block over from 821 Cafe. I am a fan of that blue wall. Danielle Dick from Spit for Science working with ALT Lab’s video team. Students set up hammocks around VCU. I wonder if that happens in other places. Not… Read More

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | April 4, 2015

Google Sends Reporter a GIF Instead of a ‘No Comment’ | WIRED “This adorable animated GIF is apparently the official answer Google sent to a Daily Dot reporter in response to his seeming scoop on a new YouTube livestreaming plan. “ tags: gif comment wired news change culture weekly The Architecture of a Data Visualization… Read More

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EDpuzzle

By | April 1, 2015

allows youtube videos to play even if filtered.

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Team Award | CoSN

By | March 30, 2015

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | March 28, 2015

This is why you shouldn’t believe that exciting new medical study – Vox “In 2003, researchers writing in the American Journal of Medicine discovered something that should change how you think about medical news. They looked at 101 studies published in top scientific journals between 1979 and 1983 that claimed a new therapy or medical… Read More

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Photography – Week 68

By | March 28, 2015

The flowers are starting to come out. It’s going to be harder to stop walking around in the mornings. This is at 821 Cafe which has had the skeleton on the window since at least Halloween but the internal skull image is new. They rotate a lot of local artists’ work through there. I liked… Read More

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