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The Expanding Electronic Learning Space

Education is always evolving and developments in technology have always led to debate about what should or shouldn’t be part of the curriculum. Changes in practices and resources have always had the power to make teachers feel vulnerable and unsure of themselves. 438 more words

Community Of Practice

Update Five

We’ve finalised our feature idea!

After a few weeks of exploring various aspects of social media and trending, we’ve decided on the topic:  Viral hashtags on social media: Exploring how hashtags are used within the news cycle… 87 more words

Does privacy matter online anymore?

There has been some fundamental changes to our overall vision and intended project investigation in light of some specific feedback we received. One of the reasons for our change was defamation, and a conflict of interest in an attempt to ‘google bomb’. 163 more words

Web 2.0

Show Me Your Digital Badge: A new tool for higher education?

There’s a new badge in town and it’s digital, portable, and displayed in a multitude of locations including your resume, social network sites, and perhaps someday, even your diploma. 491 more words

Learning At Roosevelt

List of High PR Do – Follow Web 2.0 sites

What is Web 2.0 in SEO?

Web 2.0 is the most Powerful Link Building Technique of SEO. Web 2 .0 are sites which empower you to eventually make your own particular individual website page with a specific web address. 69 more words


Web 2.0 Technology-Pinterest

Select a specific Web 2.0 technology to write about, such as Google Drive, Instagram, Four Square, etc.. Provide some background about the application, who started it, what is its purpose and mission. 15 more words


Email Is The Last, And Ultimate, Social Graph

One of the magical innovations of the Web 2.0 era was when the bigger social platforms opened their doors to third-party app developers. LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter widely touted ,and profited from, the concept of allowing consumers to plug their social graph into other applications. 778 more words