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Healthy tech use and media consumption advocacy nonprofit Common Sense is releasing “Social Media, Social Life, 2018,” a research report examining the spectrum of interactions between teens and social media, based on interviewing 1,141 US kids 13 to 17...
With the launch of MoodleNet on the horizon, the importance of teen behavior, habits, and rationales in social networks should spark a growing interest for Moodlers in development, design, and possibly instructional design as well. The recently launched Pew Research...
Read our EdTech Labs Review, Vol. 1 here Read our EdTech Labs Review, Vol. 2 here What is it about the position you are in now that makes you think things are moving in the right direction? That is...
It seemed a somewhat outlandish idea at the time, but after the warm reception of the news on how Moodle ―especially since the environment of features included in December's 3.2 release― could be turning into a true, "distributed social learning...
If economic history rhymes, then the recent timeline of social web technologies is a frantic beat. As soon as a Facebook reaches massive scale, its room for growth dwindles. In order to grow and remain relevant, it must find a...
In a recent update the popular theme UIkit was updated to fix the bugs observed in the previous versions of the theme. UIkit is a popular theme for Moodle (downloaded more than 9k times as on date) which is...
The following is a guest post by Colin Matheson (@cytochromec) who blogs at http://cytochromec.net/blog/ and is an Educational Technology Coach and Webmaster for Carmel Unified School District in California.  We asked Colin to extrapolate on his earlier comment  which...
There are a few interesting articles recently, one from Tampa Bay's local news channel 10 and the other from the Mundelein Review in Illinois: the local school districts are banning or discouraging communication between students and teachers via social...