You all know my obsession with infographics. I know the title is about education technology, but I am finding the change in pedagogy so intrinsically connected to these technologies that it’s difficult to plan on transforming education without int…
via infographicsarchive.com Who remembers CDs? Cassette tapes? Vinyl? Eight Tracks? So much has changed…interesting that most audiophiles prefer vinyl over digital music. I have to say I agree. Still, nothing can compare to the ease of digital m…
via visualinformation.info Wow…I guess the difference is video games are entertainment that you can take home, but still, the difference is staggering.
via chuknum.com Okay, I just found this interesting on the basis of how a word evolves in meaning. What kind of geek are you?
via jeuxjeuxjeux.fr Yikes!!! Good gamer stats, but this is scary. All things in moderation, please.
via siliconangle.com Interesting infographic. I like that it’s broken down to specific skills and disciplines. I also concur with the need to curb too much gaming, but video games in education cannot be denied as a powerful learning tool.
via mashable.com Information overload?
via mashable.com For when people ask me the difference between Social Networking platforms.
via mashable.com Because I love infographics, and I believe people should use Twitter more…
via good.is Beautifully and clearly communicated.