University of Manitoba: University Teaching Services Path To Pedagogy, v19 (1), October 2010. Pages 16-17 Click to view full screen UTS Newsletter Website Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookShare on LinkedinShare with StumblersTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this postPrint for later
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Amazing news hit the internet, August 4th, 2010: Google Wave is OUT. Google has decided that “[Google Wave] has not seen the user adoption [they] would have liked”, and that they are not going “to continue developing Wave as a standalone product”, though they will leave it up until the end of the year.
One of the things I love to do is browse social media sites and find great links on how people are using technology in unusual, interesting, and powerful ways to educate people in various fields. White recently playing around with Google Wave, I came across some waves people had made that talk about using technology (like Google Wave) in the classroom. In this particular thread was a youtube video that talked about one Dr. Monica Rankin using twitter to further class discussion in a university History class in the states. Now you must understand that at this point, as far as I was concerned, twitter was the most stupid thing I had ever heard of, and I saw no use to it. This video opened up a whole new world to me.