Editor’s note: A marketing slant but interesting for insights into the impact on inluence of recent changes to Twitter and Google.
Editor’s note: A cheat sheet for using Google+ – a useful aid to getting to grips to Google’s social network.
Editor’s note: Following on from yesterday’s Google links is this article on why it makes sense to use Google Hangouts in the enterprise. Shared by @janebozarth.
Nigel Paine, former chief learning officer at the BBC, continues his series on rewiring corporate…
Editor’s note: Thanks to @mikecollins007 for sharing this article on the networking tools that Google has been developing for Google Plus. We are currently trying hangouts, which are simple ways to video chat and record conversations. Features such as communities make Google plus a powerful network/collaboration tool.
This study by Google shows the differences in where people look on a desktop and…
Editor’s note: We all use it but how good are we at using it? Great set of tips on how to search more effectively using Goggle search tools.
Editor’s note: Christopher Pappas shares five Google+ communities for elearning professionals.
Editor’s note: This quote sums up the piece: ‘Access to facts and “lower-level” knowledge provides a more fertile ground for higher-level learning. And just because the process of finding such knowledge is simpler doesn’t neuter or de-authenticate the learning; rather it frees up the learner for more important thinking that a computer can’t duplicate.’
Editor’s note: Google Story Builder enables users to experience the power of Google Docs by creating a story and making a sharable film out of it. This link takes you straight to the tool.
Editor’s note: What is the emotional relationship people truly have with the mobile space and how they make meaning there? Google carried out some research to find out . . .
Editor’s note: Behaviour change app Do Something Different has won the Google Outstanding Use of Technology in the Field of Diversity’ category at the European Diversity Awards, 2012. The app is worth a look – it is on your mobile and based on the neuroscience of behaviour change ie doing lots of small, achievable activities to make change happen.
Editor’s note: Changing the way students and teachers collaborate? Apps for education is growing at five million new users a year . . .
Editor’s notes: Google launches Google Course Builder, which just goes to show how much interest there is in this space. You can join a Google hangout with creator Peter Norvig to find out more – see article for details.