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DeanHristov: What’s the Future for #MobileDevices in the #Classroom? http://t.co/EaTlucHruq #EdTech http://t.co/i6ryFeLJ5l #BigData #Io…

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This chart ranks countries by the average speed of public WiFi networks.

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Good to know!

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In a move to reassure users about the safe collection of their data, Google has launched a new website that puts all the settings and permissions for your Google services in one place.

Source: www.smh.com.au

Good for Google!   Privacy is an issue for everyone.

 

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There are a pantload of new education products that hit the market just about every day. It’s hard to keep track of them all.

Source: dailygenius.com

These are so cool! It is difficult to keep up with all the ed tech innovations coming our way. These are exciting new products, to make learning even more fun!

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A good summary/overview of CC licenses and use for photos.

Source: rack.2.mshcdn.com

Very informative Infographic!

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Google tips and tricks presentation to educators on Nov. 6, 2014 at BIT14 (ECOO) in Niagara Falls Ontario Canada.

Source: www.slideshare.net

For those who could not attend this IT Educational Conference:

we are always learning new things about Google, to use with our students. Isn`t technology wonderful? Enjoy!

 

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Epic Selfie From NASA

This epic selfie comes to us from Post Media News. It may not be news to some of you, but I think it is worth posting anyway.like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and more.

 

From over 50,000 selfie photos, NASA culled the collection down to 36,000 usable pictures from over 113 different countries & regions. People uploaded their pictures, using social media,

You have to see this for yourself! It is so cool! Here is the link:

nasa.gov/content/goddard/2014-globalselfie-wrap-up/index.html#U3-Q8HbY09v Hint: Click on Snapshots! So cool! Enjoy!

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