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WebTools For Teachers 06/02/2008

June 2, 2008
  • This video focuses on basics of social media: new technology that makes everyone a producer and tools that give everyone a chance to have a say.

    tags: socialmedia, commoncraft

  • “I believe we’re going to shift back to thinking customer service and community management are the core and not the fringe. I believe we’re going to move our communications practices back in-house for lots of what is currently pushed out to agencies and organizations. I believe that integrity, reputation, skills, and personality are going to trump some of our previous measures of professional ability. I believe the web and our devices will continue to move into tighter friendships, and that we will continue to train our devices to interpret more of the world around us on our behalf.

    I believe working remotely will become the rule, not the exception, and that we’ll replace some portion of office-meeting time with video now that it’s free-to-cheap. I believe that our business practices, processes, and output will modularize the way widgets have changed web design.” Yup! I agree.

    tags: chrisbrogan, WorkLiteracy

  • “The Pop!Tech Accelerator fosters collaborations across our network on high-impact, multidisciplinary social innovation projects that use new tools and embody new approaches to significant global challenges.” h/t Chris Brogan

    tags: technology, edtech, innovation

  • tags: WorkLiteracy

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