Posts Tagged ‘digital’

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

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.edtechmagazine.com




See on Scoop.it#LearningCommons


Read Full Post »


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

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.statista.com

Good to know!

See on Scoop.it#LearningCommons

Read Full Post »

See on Scoop.it#LearningCommons

Technophobes may have hailed the death of the book with the advent of TV decades ago, but studies show we’re bigger readers now than ever.

See on www.digitaltrends.com

For more Info2go, follow me on

Read Full Post »

Via Scoop.itSocial Media: Changing Our World of Education

If we really want our education systems to prepare students for tomorrow’s digital world, we should worry less about formats and instead focus on what to teach – or what not to teach. A few obvious candidates for omission would be spelling (thanks to spellcheckers), facts (available instantly and everywhere via the internet), and handwriting (who writes by hand these days?). Instead, why not teach them how to filter reliable from unreliable information, an essential skill for the Google generation? Or even how to see through misleading headlines?Do you agree or disagree??

Via oupeltglobalblog.com

@Coolwired for more important Info2Go! Thnx for visiting!

Read Full Post »

Public Service Announcement: Identity Theft


Pay attention here! (This is important.)

Identity theft can wreak havoc in your life.

 So you think it can’t happen to you? Think again!

It is the fraudulent use of your private financial and personal information.It can ruin your credit rating, and cause you many headaches, to correct your information. It is difficult to catch.

Remember the old saying: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”?  Well it’s true.

These are my own tips:

  • When entering your  pin number, for electronic banking/purchases,be sure that no one is watching.
  • Stop shoulder surfers!
  •  Never let your credit card out of your site! No. I am not exaggerating here.
  • Stop skimmers(especially at gas bars & restaurants)!

For more important tips about this critical subject, click here:


 Credit: Tony Bradley, writing about net security.



Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: