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Infographic: The psychology of influence

Infographic: The psychology of influence

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A Great Guide on How to Cite Social Media Using Both MLA and APA styles ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Great Guide on How to Cite Social Media Using Both MLA and APA styles ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Free Fonts and Font Pairings for the Web, Social Media and Blog Post Images | I've been in a bit of a font craze lately hunting for the perfect fonts to use for Pinterest and Instagram, and  I'm sharing some gems I discovered so you can use them too! Click through to see and download the fonts!

Free Fonts and Font Pairings for Web, Social Media and Blog Images

Free Fonts and Font Pairings for the Web, Social Media and Blog Post Images | I've been in a bit of a font craze lately hunting for the perfect fonts to use for Pinterest and Instagram, and I'm sharing some gems I discovered so you can use them too! Click through to see and download the fonts!

The Role of Social Media in Disaster Psychiatry (or how I became a fan of Facebook)

The Role of Social Media in Disaster Psychiatry (or how I became a fan of Facebook

The Role of Social Media in Disaster Psychiatry (or how I became a fan of Facebook)

We educators are sick and tired of being lectured by politicians, who have never taught a student in their lives, about how the crisis in higher education is all our fault because we aren’t efficient enough and don’t work hard enough.  We are also a little sick of being told that our students can’t get jobs because we didn’t educate them correctly, or because we fill them with radical thoughts.

We educators are sick and tired of being lectured by politicians, who have never taught a student in their lives, about how the crisis in higher education is all our fault because we aren’t efficient enough and don’t work hard enough. We are also a little sick of being told that our students can’t get jobs because we didn’t educate them correctly, or because we fill them with radical thoughts.

Colleges face new pressure to monitor social media site Yik Yak | Inside Higher Ed

Colleges face new pressure to monitor social media site Yik Yak | Inside Higher Ed

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