Five Ways to Visually Explore Wikipedia Wikipedia is one of the first places that students often go to get some background information on a topic they're researching. Besides just going to Wikipedia.org and entering a search, there are some other ways to explore the content of Wikipedia. Here are five ways that students can visually explore Wikipedia's content. Five types of content curation tools for journalists The opening panel session in our upcoming news:rewired digital journalism conference on 19 April will cover the growing role of journalists in curating content from social media and the wider web. With two weeks to go today (tickets still available here) we decided to highlight some useful tools for differing sectors of content curation. This is by no means an exhaustive or definitive list so feel free to recommend any further tools or platforms in the comments section below.
Six Ways To Make Collaboration Work The other day, I went with my granddaughter to the playground and watched her as she dove happily into play with the other children. I envied her ability to simply become part of the group. It was lovely to see the easy cooperation that danced among them as they shared the various pieces of playground equipment and discussed the merits of this climbing apparatus over that. It was then I began to think about collaboration and what it means.
Google tips & tricks These searches are even going too far. You rarely need to use operators to make a proper search. Even without thinking about operators, people are still incredibly stupid at googling. Such as that they ask a question, as if they are talking to a person, instead of googling the words that are relevant. The only operator you need at lot, is quotes. Other than that, people just need to learn to put the words that are relevant for their search.
Image map Information Map #1 Find out their names This is a CSS version of an image map that also works in IE5.5 and IE6 (IE5.01 does not hover well but the links work). Just hover your mouse over the image to display areas that can be used as links to other pages.
America: A Narrative History, 8e: W. W. Norton StudySpace US History Tours powered by Google Earth. This new format traces historical developments across time, touching down on locations vital to our nation's heritage and development. Points of interest in each tour launch primary and multimedia sources. Download Tours: To download: Windows users: right-click, "save link as"; Mac users: ctrl+click, "save as". If you haven’t done it already, download Google Earth™ and install it on your computer.
Curating Content for a WordPress Blog (How I Do It) If you’re a regular reader of the ManageWP blog then you know that my last couple of posts have either been about creating or curating content for a WordPress blog. In one post I discussed a simple method I’ve developed for concepting months worth of great blog posts. In my most recent post I attempted to answer a question that has been bothering me for a while: what is the most efficient way to sort through and curate a large number of online sources for a WordPress blog?
Gabriel Tarde Jean-Gabriel De Tarde or Gabriel Tarde (12 March 1843 – 13 May 1904) was a French sociologist, criminologist and social psychologist who conceived sociology as based on small psychological interactions among individuals (much as if it were chemistry), the fundamental forces being imitation and innovation. Theory Criminology Tarde took an interest in criminology and the psychological basis of criminal behavior while working as a magistrate in public service.
Shells and Shell Scripts A Unix shell is a command language interpreter, the primary purpose of which is to translate command lines typed at a terminal into system actions. The shell itself is a program through which other programs are invoked. Although there are several different Unix shells, among them the C shell (csh), the Bourne shell and the Korn shell, the one most frequently used on Blake within Berkeley UNIX is the C shell. The shell has some built-in functions, which it performs directly, but most commands that you enter cause the shell to execute programs that are external to the shell. This sets the shell apart from other command interpreters, because it is just another user program at the same time that it functions almost exclusively as a mechanism for invoking other programs. For more information about the C shell, refer to the article ``An Introduction to the C Shell,'' by William Joy, in the Unix User's Manual Supplementary Documents volume.
DriveImage XML Backup Software - Data Recovery Product DriveImage XML English (1.78MB) Image and Backup logical Drives and Partitions File Size:1.78 MB Price: Private Edition Free - Commercial Edition - Buy Now System Requirements: Pentium Processor - 256 MB RAM Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 Image and Backup logical Drives and Partitions Three Ways to Mark-up Webpages and Share Them There are a lot of excellent tools on the web for clipping, annotating, and sharing bookmarks with your friends and colleagues. For a long time I used Google Bookmarks for that purpose. Recently, I became a converted and dedicated user of Evernote. But sometimes you might want to actually capture and draw on a webpage to point out to others specific elements of that webpage.