Month: April 2014

Google Apps for Education Using a cloud-based platform, Minnetonka students have access to their work, anytime anywhere, from any device with Google Apps for education. Google apps also enable more frequent and efficient feedback from teachers and more timely assessment for learning. Checking homework, giving quizzes, or providing feedback on papers used to consume hours
0 Comments
Digital Exchange Welcome to Digital Exchange, one of many buildings on The Digital Hub campus where companies, researchers and learners connect to create a vibrant community of digital media professionals. Originally this building was established as a hop store for Guinness sometime between 1879 and 1882. It was then converted into an art gallery to
0 Comments
Please join us for a Hangout on Air with Education Industry Director Jennifer Howard where we’ll discuss Google’s latest Education Search Analysis (ESA) Q1 2014 trends for marketers. Visit this event page to watch the Hangout live. A recording will also be available afterward. To RSVP: Google+ users: click ‘Yes’ in the ‘Are you going
0 Comments
London. Several L/Ss of the GPO / Post Office Tower (nowadays known as the British Telecom Tower). Several shots show the great views from the revolving restaurant at the top of the tower. People are seen eating in the restaurant (run by Butlin’s – really!) and looking out at the view. Pathe cameraman David Allan
0 Comments
Two fourth-year students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix received five of the limited number of Google Glass units distributed. Jeff Tully and Christian Dameff combine two passions — technology and medicine. They are developing innovative ways to ultimately save lives. http://phoenixmed.arizona.edu/
0 Comments