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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has traditionally been applied to desktop searches and websites. However, booming smart phone sales have led to “mobile search” being more than half of local search traffic today!
Aiming to hit Facebook in a vulnerable spot, Google on Thursday opened Google+ to teens — and added security enhancements designed to help secure their privacy. In a post explaining the move, Bradley Horowitz, vice president of product at Google+, doesn't mention Facebook by name, but dubs current social media sharing "second-rate."
Dave Herholz You can learn anything you want on the Internet, so the adage goes.
Digital divide and social media: Connectivity doesn’t end the digital divide, skills do. | Guest BlogWhether we like it or not, we live in a very unequal and stratified world.
Are You Addicted To Your Mobile Phone?
[Note: I recently updated this compilation to include some more recent visualizations... you can see it here .] Here’s a collection of terrific social media infographics that might come in handy. As you probably know, infographics are visual representations of information, data, or knowledge.
JISC, the UK agency for leadership in digital technology and learning (and also the host of the IAmLearn mail list) launched a new guide: Emerging Practice in a Digital Age: A guide to technology-enhanced institutional innovation .
Edudemic has written many articles about mobile learning (mLearning) devices and applications.
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Mobile technology has come up as a popular means of adult education in recent time.
How to build a university mobile application: best practice and insight | Higher Education Network | Guardian ProfessionalNicholas Oliver is creative technical director at communications agency TheBlueHive and formerly creative technology and project manager at Precedent Communications , @nicoliver86
This is a wee test search for creative commons flick photos, click on the thumbnail to see a small image and get the code to embed the photo with attribution on your blog.