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Buzz Stream’s email research tool is great for Learning providers hunting down the contact details of a person or website. With Buzz Stream the only information users need to know is the website address, name or company. Fill out any of these details and hit ‘Generate Searches’ and you are presented with a variety of Google search operators that will scour the site for email links and contact forms. It’s lightweight and easy to use, perfect for when you need to find the contact details of a single site. Also useful for those engaged in Digital Literacy as it provides the range of Google search operators used. Find Anyone's Email Address - Free SEO Tool from BuzzStream | technologies Find Anyone's Email Address - Free SEO Tool from BuzzStream | technologies
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Appointlet | technologies Appointlet is an Appointment Scheduling Tool Built For Google Calendar. Many Learning Provider Stakeholders have to deal with making appointments and then logging them into a calendar so they can actually remember to keep them. There are easier ways. Appointlet | technologies
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Employees sick while on annual leave can retake time off Employees who fall sick during their annual leave have the right to re-take that annual leave a later date, irrespective of when they fell ill, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled today. The ECJ stated that “the purpose of entitlement to paid annual leave is to enable the worker to rest and enjoy a period of relaxation and leisure. The purpose of entitlement to sick leave is different, since it enables a worker to recover from an illness that has caused them to be unfit for work.” Employees sick while on annual leave can retake time off
Half of employers have not prepared for pensions auto-enrolment Employers have been warned to prepare for pensions auto-enrolment “as soon as possible” after research found that nearly half (44%) of organisations had taken no steps to get ready for its introduction. The research, from benefits consultancy Jelf Employee Benefits, also found that, while 42% of employers had made some progress towards getting ready for auto-enrolment, just 31% said they felt prepared for it. This is only a marginal improvement on the number that felt prepared in a similar study carried out by the consultancy last year, when 29.5% of employers reported that they felt ready. Steve Herbert, head of benefits strategy at Jelf Employee Benefits, warned that employers need to start preparing for pensions auto-enrolment sooner rather than later. “We are very concerned about the number of employers that still appear to be in denial about this issue,” he said. Half of employers have not prepared for pensions auto-enrolment
I’ve been seeing a lot of people on social media looking for a social media policy and / or an acceptable use policy. So I offered to help spearhead an initiative where some of our amazing readers could help craft these policies from scratch. It started out very basic but, 400 edits later, has materialized into a thoughtful and well-organized document that’s a great template for any school. It may not be perfect for you, but use this as a jumping-off point to get your own policy started. Want to edit the living document? Crowdsourced School Social Media Policy Now Available Crowdsourced School Social Media Policy Now Available
As Google and other online giants continue to tap into the social circles, it was time for a more robust way of collecting and filtering social data. The new Google Analytics social reports addresses this need. With the recent release of the new Google Analytics, marketers and webmasters were greeted with a new set of tools on their dashboard - Social Reports. As Google and other online giants continue to tap into the social circles (most recently Microsoft with their new social site So.cl), it was time for a more robust way of collecting and filtering social data. How to use the new Google Analytics tools How to use the new Google Analytics tools
30 April 2012Last updated at 16:31 GMT By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent Keele University will be open to applications via a US admissions service Keele University has become the first English university to join the Common Application system for university admissions in the United States. Keele University joins US admissions system Keele University joins US admissions system
If you’re using computers that have resisted the temptation to upgrade to Windows Vista or Windows 7, listen up. Microsoft XP is going to no longer be supported as ofApril 8, 2014. That’s now officially less than two years away. While two years is an eternity in the world of software, some schools and organizations will likely still be using the OS by this date. Does Your School Use Windows XP? Microsoft Ending Support Does Your School Use Windows XP? Microsoft Ending Support
Compensated no-fault dismissals: the case for and against Compensated no-fault dismissals: the case for and against In March 2012, the coalition Government issued a call for evidence on making the dismissal process “simpler, quicker and clearer” and introducing “compensated no-fault dismissals” for micro-businesses. Michael Bradshaw, employment partner at Charles Russell, outlines the compensated no-fault dismissal proposal and considers arguments for and against the suggested reform. Compensated no-fault dismissal
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Trello – A Unique, Simple & Powerful Project Management System From A Good Home Does the name Joel Spolsky mean anything to you? If so, you’re going to want to read this post, because it showcases Spolsky’s latest and greatest project. And if not, you should know this is the man behind Stack Overflow, WebPutty, Joel on Software and several other notable projects. His latest project is called Trello, and it’s a project management system that can be used by a single person or a team. Trello – A Unique, Simple & Powerful Project Management System From A Good Home
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The Essentials of Supporting an Online Learning Community | Many learning professionals speak about building a community environment for their learners to collaborate and communicate within. But many aren’t sure of the best way of accomplishing this. What is a ‘Learning Community’?
Technology Does Not Equal 21st Century Learning Picture: leftyparent.com As our school embarks on a mission to become more of a 21st Century school combined with the fact that we are now a Google Apps school I have gotten a number of questions about technology and our dependency on it. One answer I gave is that I am sure there were glitches with the printing press but they didn’t get rid of that and the same is true with technology. it is not perfect and there will be glitches but that doesn’t mean we should get rid of it. In a different conversation I had it became clear to me that the person assumed that technology is the same as 21st Century learning. That prompted in my mind the following response. For example finding something on the Internet in not necessarily 21st century learning.
TagMyDoc | technologies TagMyDoc is a web service that enables practitioners to share documents with learners quickly and more conveniently. TagMyDoc... - lets users upload and tag their digital documents; - generates download URLs for these documents; - encodes the URL into a QR code that users can share with smartphone owners. People who own a smartphone can easily scan the code and download the document. Users can also set a password for files. Downloads of files are tracked and displayed on the dashboard.
Submit Share Ebook PDF | technologies Submit share ebook PDF. Download owner manual, user guide, wiring diagram, tutorial and how to for free. The Aspdf site contains mainly user guides, owner manuals, tutorials and other "how tos". Users are encouraged to submit their own files or e-books so others can take advantage of them.
the more reliable "drag & drop" feature is only supported in chrome and firefox <div id="searchbox-noscript"><form action="/search" method="get"><fieldset><input class="search-textfield" name="serial" type="search" value="enter a serial number" /><input name="searchType" type="hidden" value="NOSCRIPT" /><input class="search-submit" type="submit" value="Search" /></fieldset></form></div><div id="noscript-intro"><div class='intro'>use the serial number stored in your photos to search the web for other photos taken with the same camera</div></div> drag & drop photo here use the serial number stored in your photos to search the web for other photos taken with the same camera

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