Google last month announced changes to its privacy practices, consolidated from 60 across all its sites to a single policy, set to take effect on March 1. Under its current policies, Google already allows data interaction between its Calendar, Docs and other features in the core suite of Apps for Education. However, questions remain about the effect the new policy will have on Apps for Education users, with the company's use of data among the top concerns. T.H.E. Journal (2/15)
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
- Finally a safe alternative for facebook! - with some great ideas for classroom use!
Education blogger Terrell Heick in this blog post offers suggestions for using Google+ with students in the classroom. The social media tool, which often is compared with Facebook, can be used as an avenue for two-way communication with students and as a tool for groups of students and teachers to manage and collaborate on projects, he writes. Edutopia.org/Terrell Heick's blog (2/9)
Sunday, February 5, 2012
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Either way, I hope you continue putting out great content through your blog. It has been a sincere pleasure to read.
Thanks for your time,