El blog de Alcanjo: ebook Hace un par de semanas os comenté que estaba buscando un libro electrónico, había varios que me interesaban, pero sobre todo uno, el Kobo eReader, un libro electrónico que por ahora sólo se comercializa en Estados Unidos, Canadá y Australia. Buscando como comprarlo dejé un comentario en el foro MobileRead y alguien contestó diciendo que me hacía el favor y me lo enviaba desde Canadá. Desde aquí quiero dar las gracias a Stefan, se ha portado de lujo. En menos de una semana ya lo tenía en casa, sin ningún tipo de problemas de aduanas ni tasas. El Kobo eReader tiene una pantalla de 6 pulgadas con una calidad excelente, apenas tiene reflejos y la nitidez con la que se muestran las letras es asombrosa. Hasta ahora todos los libros que he probado han sido en formato ePub y no me han dado ningún problema, el cambio entre hoja y hoja es muy rápido y para nada molesto. eBooks con estiloLa biblioteca de todosTodo ebooks
Twitter Search in Plain English - Common Craft - Our Product is It seems like everyone is using Twitter these days. You know, sharing little messages with each other on phones and computers. It turns out that all these little messages, if you look at them all at once, become an easy way to find people, news and trends. Let's get started by visiting Twitterville. This town represents all the people using Twitter. There are millions of them and they're constantly talking to each other and sharing information 140 characters at a time. But if all the tweets could be captured and organized all the time, amazing things could be possible. For instance, meet Roy of Ice Cream by Roy. It's also a great way to learn about news. Every minute of every day on Twitter, people are using some words more than others. On Twitter, the most used words are known as trends and they're a great way to see what's interesting on Twitter. Sometimes, Twitter members work together and use a specific key word, called a hash tag, to connect related tweets.
Khan Academy Kerettanterv - Oktatáskutató és Fejlesztő Intézet, OFI Connectivism Connectivism is a hypothesis of learning which emphasizes the role of social and cultural context. Connectivism is often associated with and proposes a perspective similar to Vygotsky's 'zone of proximal development' (ZPD), an idea later transposed into Engeström's (2001) Activity theory. The relationship between work experience, learning, and knowledge, as expressed in the concept of ‘connectivity, is central to connectivism, motivating the theory's name. It is somewhat similar to Bandura's Social Learning Theory that proposes that people learn through contact. The phrase "a learning theory for the digital age" indicates the emphasis that connectivism gives to technology's effect on how people live, communicate and learn. Nodes and links The central aspect of connectivism is the metaphor of a network with nodes and connections. In this metaphor, a node is anything that can be connected to another node such as an organization, information, data, feelings, and images.
Web Search Strategies in Plain English - Common Craft - Our Prod The Web may seem like a vast ocean when it comes to finding something you need. Thankfully, search engines can help turn oceans of information into small pools that make finding information easier. Before we dive in, let’s talk a bit about how search works on the Web. Search engines go out and try to account for every word on every webpage. All this information is then organized for easy reference. When you search for a word, the search engine finds all the pages where the word appears, and displays them in the search results. The problem is that there are often too many results. Say you’re looking for a specific kind of fish, and these represent all the websites on the Web. Try to imagine the exact fish and describe it in the search box. But to be a smart searcher, you should know some basic shortcuts. Here’s another shortcut.
Információk a tanfelügyeletről by Gabor Petróczi on Prezi Mobile Consider some of the basic symbols of education in the United States: the textbook, the chalkboard, and the apple. Thanks to technological innovations and cultural forces, we’ve seen textbooks supplanted by videos and e-books, SMART Boards replace chalkboards, and the apple on the teacher’s desk pushed aside by the latest gadgets from, well, Apple. Just as our classrooms have changed significantly since the 1800s, so have our ideas about the purpose of schools. Our views on education were defined by John Dewey's theory, which states—and I'm simplifying—that the general purpose of school is to transfer knowledge and prepare young people to participate in America’s democratic society. But today's students live in a modern, global society that is interconnected as never before. As a result, Dewey's explanation of the purpose of schools now seems insular and inadequate. I propose that the purpose of schools must be preparing children to compete in the global environment. Yet, there is hope.
Podcasting in Plain English - Common Craft - Our Product is Expl Remember the good old days of TV and radio? Everyone would gather around to be entertained. Shows were broadcast at specific times and if you weren't there on time, you missed it <boo>. Here's the big idea. Here are three reasons why podcasting is becoming so popular. The first is that anyone can do it. The second is subscriptions. The third reason is gadgetry. So, let's look at how Jason uses podcasts. He uses the web everyday, rides the bus to work and loves Japanese culture. Recently he found a podcast by a Western couple living in Tokyo. Podcasting made it happen.
IITE | E-library | ICT in Primary Education Full-text version [eng] The book “ICT in Primary Education” within the IITE Analytical Surveys series has been out of print. This is the first publication in the framework of the UNESCO IITE three-year project “ICTs in primary education”. It explores the origins, settings and initiatives of effective integration of up-to-date innovative technologies in primary school and accumulates the best practices of ICT incorporation gathered from the project sample primary schools across the globe.