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5 Really Useful Twitter Apps By Umar Anjum on November 26, 2010 The 5 Really Useful Twitter Apps You Should Know About Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster. Twitter is a massive online social network that lets you stay in touch with the updates of your friends, your favorite celebrities, and even the websites and companies you like. Below you will find our list of 5 great Twitter applications. Zinto Zinto is one Twitter client that surely all Twitter users will appreciate. 2lingual 2lingual is another very useful Twitter application. Lazyscope Lazyscope is a free desktop application made for Twitter users to help them get a better Twitter stream. SnapBird SnapBird is a free online tool that helps you search Twitter for things in a much better way than Twitter’s native search allows. Smart Twitter Twitter users who also use Facebook will find Smart Twitter to be very helpful.

What’s Wrong With MOOCs, and Why Aren’t They Changing the Game in Education? Image: courosa/Flickr As technology advances, we have more access to information. One technology, Massive Open Online Courses (better known as MOOCs) is beginning to change the way we look at education. These online courses are free and filled with information on just about anything you want to learn — from project management skills to learning a new language. And because MOOCs are free, access is open to anyone with a computer. Just as learners have open access to MOOCs, instructors from schools and universities to a variety of education providers, and practically anyone with a skill to share can host a MOOC. Just how prevalent are MOOCs? But are they really changing the game in learning? Why MOOCs Aren’t Working Right Now In the future, MOOCs have the potential to completely transform education. Currently, just 10 percent of MOOC registrants complete their courses. The modern MOOC — without live and interactive teacher engagement — is essentially an Internet version of a book.

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