by bagEDU - 14 links
Twitter for teaching and learning. Can we leverage Twitter to inform learning and enhance teaching?
by Coolwired - 113 links
Web 2.0 Tools:
by Oliver Ding - 15 links
Touching and inspiring presentation on Japanese disaster on SlideShare.net which is the large presentation sharing website.
by BagTheGOOD - 13 links
How to use bags to make a difference? This bag collects useful presentations about social bagging and GOOD bag examples.
by BagTheGOOD - 32 links
Named for the only insect able to move in any direction when its four wings are working in concert, The Dragonfly Effect reveals how everyday people achieve unprecedented results through harnessing the incredible power of social media.
by BagTheGOOD - 32 links
Many relief organisations worldwide are collecting money to help fund the relief effort in Japan after the earthquake and tsunami. You can support them by making donations directly on their sites. Please share this bag with your friends, retweet it, and add comments. You also can build your bags to collect Japan related information.
by BagTheWeb - 40 links
We created this list of charitable organizations active in providing earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. You can support them by making donations directly on their sites. Please share this bag with your friends, retweet it, and add comments. You also can build your bags to collect Haiti related information.
by Coolwired - 38 links
What is it? Info
by Oliver Ding - 16 links
Web curation has been a hot topic since last year. More and more people start to use web curation tools for difference purposes. After blogger, there is a new term called web curator. Andy Carvin, who is from NPR, is aggregating and curating many streams of information about the protests in Tunisia and Egypt. His story is a great example of how web...
by NonProfit Banker - 4 links
Articles and posts about how/why the nonprofit sector is/isn't becoming internet and social media savvy. Compiled by Shuey Fogel, the NonProfitBanker.
by Coolwired - 36 links
Formspring.me , Hunch,
by bagpedia - 32 links
Ethan Zuckerman is the recently-announced director of the MIT Center for Civic Media, officially starting in September 2011.
Ethan has been a senior researcher at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where he is also a long-time fellow. His work at the Berkman Center has included research into global media attention, as well as the co-founding of...
by BagTheGOOD - 10 links
A coalition of environmental and social justice groups organized a 20-city protest Wednesday, including one in Los Angeles, urging consumers to gather at nearby BP gas stations advertised by the company as “eco-friendly.”
by bagpedia - 16 links
On April 20th, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon left 17 workers injured and 11 missing and presumed dead. Oil is spilling from a well 5000 feet below sea level, discharging 200,000 gallons of crude oil a day according to the official estimate. The spill covers at least 2500 square miles of ocean surface.
by BagTheGOOD - 20 links
Four Years. Go. is a growing coalition of organizations and individuals with deep commitments to producing a transformational shift for humanity. A campaign to change the course of history. Really. The four members of the initial core group are: The Pachamama Alliance, Wieden + Kennedy, P:5Y, The 2020 Fund.
by Oliver Ding - 23 links
Analyst Jeremiah Owyang's research reports. As a Web Strategist, he strives to deliver insight on disruptive technologies and their impact on how companies communicate with their customers. Owyang is now a partner at consulting firm Altimeter Group.
#People #SocialMedia #Altimeter
by Coolwired - 36 links
There is so much to learn!
by Oliver Ding - 10 links
Founded by Tom Smith in 2009, TrendStream is a company dedicated to understanding global trends in web usage. Trendstream provides their clients unique research on web usage, social media and mobile as well as providing consultancy on how to respond to social media change.
by Coolwired - 43 links
by bagpedia - 21 links
Research papers on Twitter.
by BagTheWeb - 27 links
Social media writer Shel Israel shares revealing stories of Twitterville residents, from CEOs to the student who became the first to report the devastation of the Sichuan earthquake. Now Haiti is the newest story of the Twitterville.
by NonProfit Banker - 9 links
Compiled by Shuey Fogel, the Nonprofit Banker.
by Oliver Ding - 22 links
This bag is formed from excellent site Startup Review (www.startup-review.com) whice is a blog that profiles successful Internet start-ups in a case study format. The site was founded by Nisan Gabbay.
#Startup #Launch #Marketing #Reddit #Facebook #Flickr #Digg
by Oliver Ding - 11 links
I have spent most of my spare time on servicing for nonprofits projects by providing logo designs, strategy consulting on brand identity, and event organizing through online collaboration. Here is a collection of my logo creations.
by Oliver Ding - 51 links
D’Angelo said they founded Quora because “we thought that Q & A is one of those areas on the internet where there are a lot of sites, but no one had come along and built something that was really good yet.”
#SocialDesign #Quora #SocialMedia
by mempal - 10 links
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by Jai Chundi - 14 links
Videos and links about the people in Chapter 23 or some people who are interviewed during the Great Depression or later or earlier