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Launches New Bookmarking Service We’re thrilled to announce our new bookmarking service! It offers traditional online bookmarking capabilities, but with some important twists. Like a Search Engine for Your Slice of the Web We do some magic behind the scenes so you can search the full text of all your bookmarked webpages. Like a search engine, we full text index those webpages so we can serve ‘em up in search results when you keyword search your scrible Library. Google indexes the most popular websites and makes them easy for the World to find.

360Learning Engagement Platform Discover the power of A/B testing for online courses. Like startups do: test different version of your courses. Data-driven iteration, even for training. At-a-glance visualization of what step in the learning process generates abandonment, dissatisfaction or lower scores. Leverage this data to improve your courses! Takes Bookmarks Into The Cloud And Makes Them Beautiful If your email isn’t restricted to a client, and if your documents aren’t restricted to your hard drive, then why should your bookmarks be any different? Meet, a new service that takes your bookmarks into the cloud and makes them beautiful as well as easy to search. Raindrop isn’t the first service of its kind, of course. Apps like XMarks are a great way to sync bookmarks across browsers. But they do require syncing, which means the browser needs a plugin or some other installation. Teaching World Culture Through The Visual Arts — The Center for Global Studies All curricular resources devloped from this workshop can also be found on our K-12 Curricular Materials pages for Elementary, Middle, and High School levels. List of presentations Using the Wild Wild Web to Learn about Art Henry Pisciotta Students Googling an artist or art form are typically swamped with sales hype, hobbyists, and obsolete information.

50+ Leading Social Media Networks and Bookmarking services Whether you are a blogger, marketer or a social media professional, social media is a gateway to connect with customers and seek innovative business prospects. Sharing content on social networks and bookmarking websites gives good ranking in search engine results and allows you to avail high quality back links for your website. Start promoting your productivity on the following 50+ leading social networks and bookmarking websites. 1. Facebook:

19 Amazing high school art teacher blogs, websites and social media profiles The Student Art Guide is on the lookout for the best high school art teacher blogs, social media profiles and art education websites. Below is a list of the gems we have found. The best art teacher blogs and personal websites Developing Nicely Developing Nicely is a stunning blog by Chris Francis, UK Art teacher and Senior Leader at St Peter’s Catholic School, Bournemouth, England. The blog contains thought-provoking articles that are illustrated with creative, contemporary student artwork, such as the examples shown below by Beth.

10 StumbleUpon Alternatives 2013 - Technodator What is StumbleUpon? Pinterest Pinterest is a new competitor of StumbleUpon in content discovery sites.Unlike SU,pinterest focuses on images,video,graphics than articles,text.You can create your new category known as “pinboards”(known as list in SU) and “pin” button works as like button.But it have some limitation compare to StumbleUpon.It don’t have vast amount of interests like SU.Check out official website at for more more information. Nextstories Five websites every art teacher needs ⋆ felt-tip-pen With the Art exam season now in full swing, I thought I’d dedicate this post to five fantastic websites providing excellent exam support resources. These are some of my favourite online exam resources for art students and teachers: Tate Exam Help – this resource covers only some of the current exam themes, but the ones that are on there are covered really well. It’s great to find a site with commentary linking the artists’ ideas to the theme and to one another, and I love that it introduces me to artists and works I didn’t already know.art2day – a fantastic resource for finding fine artists and photographers to inspire students or link the their individual projects. There are sections focused on different media which you can browse through, or there is a search function (though you have to donate to the site to gain access to this).

A delicious bookmarklet that works with noscript This is technical, so unless you’re a do-it-yourself programming/javascript geek, you will not find it interesting. I was trying to solve this problem: I like to bookmark interesting links on my accountI like to use NoScript with my firefox – this disables javascript/flash/ads/XSS and other things on a lot of sites, giving me a much more stable experience on various websites.

20+ Must-Attend Education Conferences for NJ Teachers Summer 2018 Edition With lesson planning and grading on the backburner, summer remains the ideal time for teachers to invest in themselves and learn something new. It’s one of the few opportunities that teachers get to fully indulge their own passion for learning without the competing priorities that come with classroom teaching responsibilities. To help you seize this summer’s learning opportunities and simultaneously grow your professional learning network (PLN), we’ve compiled a list of local and national conferences where you can advance your professional practice. Custom Single Key Shortcuts in Firefox using KeyConfig - Sridhar Katakam Keyconfig is a fantastic add-on for Firefox that lets you set custom keyboard shortcuts for every possible action/task in Firefox incl. launching bookmarklets. In this article I share how I set single key shortcuts like ‘z’ for going back ‘x’ for going forward ‘a’ to switch to left tab ‘s’ to switch to right tab ‘t’ to open a new tab ‘c’ for closing the current tab ‘r’ to refresh ‘i’ to start inspecting webpage elements with Firebug ‘u’ to copy URL of the current tab ‘l’ to focus address bar ‘d’ to bookmark in Delicious ‘v’ to view source ‘p’ to open Page Info window GiveALink features a search engine which, given a URL, finds other Web pages that people bookmark together with it (i.e. similar Web pages). The search engine also supports keyword search and the results can be personalized based on the user's submitted bookmark files. In addition, users can view, organize, augment their bookmarks online, as well as download their bookmark files to several computers. All of the (anonymized) data at GiveALink is available online to other researchers and Internet users. You can download the URL collection, matrix containing similarity values for pairs of URLs, and the output from several ranking algorithms. Search results can be obtained in XML format through an RSS feed, to help you integrate them into your own applications.

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