Tag Archives: privacy

Privacy_ Dead or Alive_ _ Reflection Friday #5

When/how do we protect students in a digital world? Chris – Privacy? What is that? No, really, this is a big issue. Some of us simply throw up our hands and accept the “inevitability” of its loss. Would we be so cavalier with our freedoms, our rights? Since privacy is a right implied in the […]

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Audio Review # 113 | Periscope Let’s You Live Stream Your Life to Twitter

Overview Twitter recently purchased and released the Periscope mobile app.  Like its competitor Meerkat, Periscope lets you stream long form video directly from your phone to the world. It is linked into your Twitter account;  your contacts will get a tweet from you when you turn on the video stream. People interact with it by […]

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Interview 45 | Dr. Nick Sheltrown and the Power of Data Analytics in Education

I had a fantastic conversation with Nick Sheltrown today about data analytics and the future of learning. We dive deep into what data analytics is, how it can be used in the classroom, what we can do with it and how to leverage the results to better learning in the classroom. I hope you learn […]

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Ed Tech Talk Roundtable 42| Too Much Social Media

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their edtech tips. Articles of the Week A Call for Social Media Education in Universities: Eliminating the Skills Gap – Digital Marketing Blog by Adobe Com­mit­ting resources to a social media strat­egy is a no-brainer for busi­nesses. How­ever, increased depen­dency on social media inter­ac­tion demands com­pa­nies find […]

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Tech Talk Round Table 28 | URine Trouble!

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their tech tips. Articles of the Week Monitoring students Fantastic conversation starter. — Just as parents are grappling with how to keep their kids safe on social media, schools are increasingly confronting a controversial question: Should they do more to monitor students’ online interactions off-campus to protect them […]

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