Shareable sticky notes web-app. Hemlock:- Exposed by consumption- Symptoms include: - Dilation of pupils - Dizziness - Trembling -> Slowing of heart - Nerve system paralyzed - Muscle paralyzed - Death due to lung failureCOULD BE PREVENTED Cyanide:- Exposed by inhalation- Symptoms include:Anxiety or apprehension, agitation, vertigo, a feeling of weakness, nausea with or without vomiting, and muscular trembling. The Atbash Cipher:Change A to Z, B to Y... The Pigpen Cipher:IN SNIPPING TOOL Died Of Arsenic Poisoning Pervasive Entertainment Transmedia storytelling offers opportunities for varying degrees participation and the blurring of fictional and real worlds. “Pervasive games” for example are those, like the ARG, that expand a fictional world into real physical spaces and take place at any and all times of day or night. These dimensions of transmedia have been examined before in the context of virtual worlds.
15 Useful Project Management Tools Advertisement by Cameron Chapman There is a huge variety of project management applications out there. Most are general purpose apps, not aimed at any one industry. TEDx: Making ideas happen…or how Scott Belsky helped me organize my room on the Behance Team Blog We get a lot of emails from folks around the world who tell us how our founder Scott Belsky’s book “Making Ideas Happen,” or the tools Behance provides has helped them push a project forward, get inspired to revisit goals, or make time for that side project they’ve been neglecting. But here’s one we’ve never heard before: “Scott Belsky helped me organize my room.” The folks over at TEDx Napoli wrote this great blog post that breaks downy he process of cleaning a room into some key principles learned from “Making Ideas Happen:” 1) Capture Actions: a task needs to be broken down into concrete actions, so “organize a room” is too abstract. Instead, the writer identified tasks like: make a bed, store dirty clothes in laundry basket, etc. 2) Customize your Work Process: Find ways that will be effective in getting you to do the things you usually have trouble getting done – for example, folding clothes.
65 Free Interactive Whiteboard Resources Interactive whiteboard resources are a great way for teachers to engage classrooms in learning. While many teachers are spending hours a day creating their own activities for their interactive whiteboards, there are tons of free sources to help teachers learn about and use IWBs with students to further their use of technology in the classroom. Here is a list of some great interactive whiteboard resources and activities guaranteed to stimulate learning:
The Envision Film - A Simple Visualization Practice Here’s a quick technique you can add to your productivity toolkit. I call it the envision film and it’s a very simple visualization technique. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of visualization, it’s where you close your eyes and imagine a certain outcome you desire. When you can imagine what you want to do or have, you’re more likely get what you want. I know it sounds a bit woo-woo but visualization techniques are becoming more mainstream as more people discover the power of this simple practice. For example, Olympic athletes use visualizations to improve their performance and there are books written about it such as Psycho-Cybernetics (which we can recommend).
Annotation and Notetaking tools Definition: There are available downloads, applications, and plug-ins that allow you to take notes, share them with other researchers, attach them to digital resources, and more. Tools: ActivePresenter Feature Highlights - Advanced Screencast & Rapid eLearning Authoring Tool Full Motion Recording Record screen as a full motion video and embedded in a slide for further editing with annotations, voice-over, click sounds, closed captions and transition effects,.. and export to most popular video formats like AVI, WMV, MP4, WebM.
Asana: Free Project Management for Teams Project management can be the hardest part of executing on your goals. Sometimes it’s easy to dream up the next big idea, but without the discipline to get things done, you are going to be left sitting around telling everyone that you meet about how you could have created the internet. For many, project management is at once personal (pick up flowers, take out the trash, etc.) and professional (file that invoice, draft new ideas). Asana, the next big project from one of the team members at Facebook, is a free solution to managing your tasks as a team. Is it worth using, or is it a dud?
Is Poor Time Management Limiting Your Potential? Are you clueless about how your time management—or lack thereof—has limited your success? As a time coach, I understand the importance of positive thinking and celebrating incremental improvement. But I also know that many people walk around refusing to admit to themselves what is obvious to everyone else: their lack of control of their time is limiting their creative potential. This denial of facts may provide some short-term emotional comfort. But in the long-run this mindset leaves you a victim of your circumstances because you’re unable to address what you could do to make your future different than your past.
ShowTime No more guessing games. Take the pulse of your audience with polls. Gather opinions, understand people's views, and project the answers for everyone to see. Don't guess: Know. Asked and answered. Don't let shy students go unheard. The 10 Most Popular Online Project Management Tools Web based project management tools have leveled the playing field between professionals, freelances, small businesses, and large corporations. There is a number of choices in project management tools offering all kinds of functionality, so you can choose the project management software that’s right for you. Below are 10 popular online project management tools to consider.