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Introducing Skype in the Classroom

December 8, 2013

Skype in the Classroom is a free community that allows teachers to connect across the world to help their students learn. Here are some quick stats on how teachers are connecting with each other, finding partner classes and sharing inspiration using Skype. Find out more about this global initiative education.skype.com. Source

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Are We Wired for Mobile Learning?

December 3, 2013

This Infographic poster is an excellent visual summary about m-learning (mobile learning) and the changing nature of our students as being “digital natives”. The poster will also inform you about how m-learning is changing the way we learn and teach using mobile devices. Source

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Technology and Learning

November 21, 2013

Technology has a plethora of uses and has long been a useful tool. The students of today are adept at using technology so utilizing technology in education is beneficial. This infographic examines how technology is a useful tool and can be a useful aid in the learning process. Source

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Connected World Order

November 19, 2013

The 2011 Cisco Connected World Technology Report looks at the relationships between human behavior, the Internet, and networking’s pervasiveness. The objective: to determine how the next generation of workers will influence everything from business communications and mobile lifestyles to hiring, corporate security, and companies’ abilities to compete. more at http://blogs.cisco.com/news/not-your-mother%E2%80%99s-connected-world/ Source

Online University

Online University

September 8, 2013

Higher education is something many people wish to obtain. From eager recent graduates to people returning to school, going to college is part of the American dream. One popular way people are getting their higher education is through online courses and “chain” schools like the University of Phoenix. This infographic looks at the online university […]

How Educators Use Pinterest

How Educators Use Pinterest

August 22, 2013

Pinterest, the social network that allows users to “pin” content to their online bulletin boards, can be used a variety of ways in education. Source

Social Change Impact Report

Social Change Impact Report

August 16, 2013

Historically, educational institutions have played an important role in social change—providing knowledge creation and equipping individuals with the tools and practical knowledge needed to address some of society’s greatest needs. Source

Education Of Bollywood Actresses

Education Of Bollywood Actresses

July 8, 2013

Did you know how educated are the bollywood actresses? This beautiful infographic would tell you about the education of the most sought after celebrities of Indian cinema. Source

Eye Care Foundation

Eye Care Foundation

July 4, 2013

For Dutch charitable organization Eye Care Foundation we created this infographic explaining how the organization spends it’s funds. For example, a gift of € 10 gives someone in a developing country a pair of glasses and with a gift of €100 a local doctor can be trained. Source

The Truth About Facebook And Grades

The Truth About Facebook And Grades

June 18, 2013

Over the last few years, sensational headlines about Facebook harming students have proliferated all across the web. Source

Twitter can increase student engagement, boost grades

Twitter can increase student engagement, boost grades

June 5, 2013

Results showed that the experimental group had a significantly greater increase in engagement than the control group, as well as higher overall grade point averages for the entire semester. Analyses of Twitter communications showed that students and faculty were both highly engaged in the learning process in ways that transcended traditional classroom activities. This study […]

Should Teachers Become Facebook Friends Students

Should Teachers Become Facebook Friends Students

June 1, 2013

With the rise of social networking services, the teacher/student relationship is perhaps more delicate than ever. An infographic has been revealed by Masters in Teaching.org that deals with the issue of the teacher/student relationship on Facebook. Source