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In Real Time Data Moves Forward


In Real Time: Click to see data move forward this second...

Click the animation to open the full version (via PennyStocks.la).
[Sources at bottom of linked page.]



What do we do with so much data?  Make sense of it, and add your own little bit!

As Steve Hargadon says:



Photo Credit: Denise Krebs (@mrsdkrebs) as part of our Extend the Conversation presentation where we added a few bits of our own. We both tweet and blog to share what we learn.

So  think about it: the world is a much bigger place, and a much smaller one. We can connect with others anywhere in the world with Internet access. We can learn and remix the ideas of others, innovating and collaborating together. Together, we can make the world better.

One way to begin is to join a community such as Connected Learning Massive Open Online Collaboration: CLMOOC.  It's a welcoming community for anyone to drop in, see what we're doing, lurk, comment, create in ways that fit your needs and time. Click on the links below for more information.

What is Connected Learning?
What are the goals?
How do I sign up?
When is it?  Remember, you can participate in many ways, big and small, at any time.
Where is the community? [ Google Plus ]
How do I follow? #clmooc Twitter?

Connected Learning helps us make sense of all the information 
and ground it in our daily lives.
How are you making sense of the information?
What are you adding?
Will you join #clmooc and help us learn together?



Cross-posted at What Else

Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness... Reflect curiosity and wonder... Live to make the world less difficult for each other. ~ George Eliot

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