ADOBE ROBOHELP: Stay Away Mighty Google

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  I recently received the following email from a concerned RoboHelp user:   Our [help system] documents are available on the internet if you search for them. Is  Is there a way to keep them private so they don’t show up on Google? Additionally, over time Google will index the pages; and content found within the private Help System will appear in Google search results. by Willam van Weelden, COTP.

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Become the Google of Learning in 6 Steps

InSync Training

In her recent InSync BYTE series event, Modern Learning is Perpetual Learning - How Do We Become the "Google" of Learning? Watch Jennifer’s entire session for insight into the reality of learning today, complex content in the age of internet search, and creating learning campaigns.

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Baltimore's Bid for Google Fiber

eLearning Cyclops

Baltimore has put in a bid for Google Fiber , which is Google's experiment to select one or more trial locations for a ultra high speed fiber network. Baltimore has a website that supports Baltimore's bid and it includes community support via videos and Google Maps. Google

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Doctors versus internet: who is better at diagnosing?

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Doctors versus internet In December I watched the television programme dokters versus internet. It was exciting to see how laymen could still figure out occasionally through Googling what disease the patient was talking about. The influence of the Internet is huge.

Google Announces "Chrome"

Kapp Notes

On Labor Day, Google announced its widely rumored new browser to compete with Internet Explorer called Chrome. This is a serious message in the browser wars and Google has chosen a format familiar with kids and one that is simple and effective for conveying a message.

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In an Internet minute

Learning with e's

The infographic on this page illustrates the sheer volume of user generated content and user activity that occurs every 60 seconds somewhere on the Internet. It also assumes that people will (and are) using more than one device to access the Internet.

This Week on #TalkTech: Microsoft’s Nightmare, Training at Facebook and Google Shortens Attention Spans

Bottom-Line Performance

For many companies, it’s hard to imagine a work world without Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office. Nicholas Carr wrote a terrific piece in The Atlantic back in 2008 (an eternity in internet time) asking if Google was making us stupid.

Top 7 Internet Tools to Brainstorm Ideas for Your MOOC

Your Training Edge

The platform also sports partnerships with Georgetown University, Boston University, as well as Google.

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Host Student Websites with Google Drive

Visual Lounge

If you don’t know what those are, they’re the backbone languages of the Internet. A little detail about Google is that you can now host web pages using folders in your Google Drive account. Host with Google Drive.

Curation – Piste Bashing the Internet


We’ve been asking people to post their thoughts on this Google Doc around curation in learning ahead of our next event Curate? Create Debate! Craig Taylor left a comment and he got me thinking (he has a habit of doing that)… Most … Read more › blog

Google Translate

Jay Cross

This article recently appeared in a newspaper in Rio: I stuffed the text into Google Translate and pressed the button. But the American Jay Cross, researcher and executive of Internet Time Alliance, tells companies that such activity is directed only to those just beginning their careers.

Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research


With almost 30 percent of the human population, or 2 billion people, using the internet; and 94 percent of US students equating research with using Google or other search engines, it comes as no surprise that 75 percent of students use Wikipedia and online encyclopedias for research.

Top 3 E-Learning Programs To Become A Power Searcher


Here are a few interesting facts (adapted from various research reports) related to the amount of time that we spend searching for information on the World Wide Web (WWW): Google is the most visited web site in the world. 43.78% of Internet users visit Google daily.

Recording Skype and Google Hangout Video Calls

Visual Lounge

With technology like Skype and Google Hangouts though, I don’t have to. Capturing Skype, Google Hangout, or any digital video communication can be a useful way to interview and capture the knowledge of subject matter experts.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Google Docs

Learning Visions

Monday, June 18, 2007 Google Docs I played around a bit with Google Docs this weekend. Well, I actually worked with Google Docs this weekend. Inspired by recent posts from Harold Jarche and another one today from Wild Apricot on using Google Docs in nonprofits (thanks to Michele Martin for the link). Now I see that you can publish a Google Doc right to my blog, so Im going to try that now. I dont see in Google Docs a way to do this.

eLearning Glossary 2017 Edition

Association eLearning

Google glass is an example of an augmented reality product. The concept of the Internet of Everything originated at Cisco, who defines IoE as “the intelligent connection of people, process, data and things.” eLearning has always been on the forefront of innovation.

5 Key Mobile Learning Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends Report [Slides]

mLearning Revolution

If you are a Learning Professional, who needs to convince stakeholders about the importance of mobile learning, one way is to bombard them with mobile statistics, and there’s no better source than the annual Internet Trends Report presented by Mary Meeker. Internet Growth Remains Strong.

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Learn a New Skill: Master Google Search


You thought you could find anything almost instantaneously with the internet? As we increasingly rely on search engines like Google to find information and tackle projects, learning the tricks of the trade can be invaluable. Here are the top five Google Search tips that can help you dramatically improve your searching and save valuable time: . Google’s search algorithm is excellent at returning the information you’re looking for, even if you are not so sure yourself.

The Evolving Face of Embedded Performance Support


Virgin Atlantic Using Google Glass for Performance Support : This story by Adam Bockler (of Float Learning) narrates the story of Virgin Atlantic that is the first to leverage Google Glass and iBeacons to help personalize travelers’ experiences. Internet of Things (IoT).

TechSmithies Go Google+

Visual Lounge

By now, many of you may have heard of the new social networking platform on the internet scene. Google+ is here. What is Google+?". Google+ is a hybrid of the various social tools many people are already using on the web. TechSmith on Google+ Executives. +

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Google Desktop, Sidebar and Dual Monitors

Learning Visions

Wednesday, July 25, 2007 Google Desktop, Sidebar and Dual Monitors Wendy Wickham has been posting about her Google Sidebar experiments. I found a good LifeHacker article expounding on the wonders of the Google Sidebar.

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20 Wonderful Resources for Using BLE Beacons in Mobile Learning


They work even without Internet connectivity. Hybris : This is an amazing video that shows how BLE Beacons could be combined with the power of Google Glass to make customer experiences ‘frictionless’!

Jaime Casap – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


ABOUT JAIME CASAP (Chief Education Evangelist at Google, Inc.). Jaime Casap is the Chief Education Evangelist at Google, Inc. Jaime evangelizes the power and potential of the web, technology, and Google tools as enabling and supporting capabilities in pursuit of creating powerful learning models. You can reach and follow Jaime on Google+ at +Jaime Casap and Twitter @jcasap. Regions that have limited connectivity to the internet, and.

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What happens on the Internet in 60 seconds

Jane Hart

All of the stuff that people do on the internet in the span of 1 minute. Including emails, Google searches, tweets, Facebook likes, Instagram uploads, Amazon purchases, porn viewing, and more.

The changing shape of the internet

Clive on Learning

Chris Anderson’s article The web is dead: long live the internet , in the August edition of Wired magazine, has attracted a lot of attention, including mine, but for many the title of the article would mean very little. Perhaps one team in ten gets the answer right – the 1990s – because they know the internet goes back a long way and they believe the web and the internet are the same thing.

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and the Race for Artificial Intelligence


Apple has Siri; Microsoft has Cortana; Amazon has Echo; and Google is looking for Google Home to be the next big thing in artificial intelligence. Google has long been king of giving users what they want before they ask, and Apple hopes to contend in a space that it has been uncharacteristically lagging. At ELM, we believe in personal learning ecosystems, which allow users to personalize custom learning pathways that are as natural and effortless as a Google search.

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Jay Cross – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


ABOUT JAY CROSS (CEO and Chief Unlearning Officer at Internet Time Alliance). The Internet Time Alliance , which he chairs, helps corporations and governments use networks to accelerate performance. Jay works from the Internet Time Lab in Berkeley, high in the hills a dozen miles east of the Golden Gate Bridge and a mile and a half from the University. Jay: The Internet Time Alliance is a community of practice. I think Google has its head screwed on right.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Super-Close Google Map Zooms

Learning Visions

Wednesday, March 07, 2007 Super-Close Google Map Zooms How low can you go? I stumbled across this blog entry today from Phillip Lennsen, Google Blogoscoped. His blog is pretty much all google all the time. Games for the Brain Super-Close Google Map Zooms Rock On with e-Learning from ZVEX Informal/DIY Learning: Montessori School for Adul. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

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Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research


With almost 30 percent of the human population, or 2 billion people, using the internet; and 94 percent of US students equating research with using Google or other search engines, it comes as no surprise that 75 percent of students use Wikipedia and online encyclopedias for research.

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TechSmith Fuse App Commercial Leaks onto Internet

Visual Lounge

There was no App Store or Google Play Store , yet Fuse was available for free download onto your phone, which again, can’t emphasize this enough, didn’t exist yet. The post TechSmith Fuse App Commercial Leaks onto Internet appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

Internet culture

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

The Internet is so pervasive that Internet values are blowing back into real life. I expect attitudes like Internet values to underpin exemplary corporate learning in the future. Google figures a superlative engineer creates 200 times as much value as his middle-tier peer.

TCC08: Instructional Uses of Google Apps

Experiencing eLearning

Tools Changing the Face of Higher Education: Instructional Uses of Google Apps. TV, Internet, video games over magazines, books, newspapers. Google Apps. Google Docs & Spreadsheets: Pros. Google Docs & Spreadsheets: Cons. 60% never use Google Docs; 20% use at least once a week. apps don’t use Google Docs, but it’s growing. Question came up in chat about Section 11 of Google’s TOS. Collaborative Web 2.0

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Internet Time Blog » Google releases open source browser

Jay Cross

Take a free Cyber Security course for Safer Internet Day 2018

Ed Microlearning

At Ed Microlearning, we believe that a safe and secure internet is a better internet for everyone, and that microlearning can play a part in educating teams, employees and staff members on the importance of safe online practices.

Internet Time Blog » Is Google Making Us Stoopid?

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Is Google Making Us Stoopid?

Jay Cross

Meet Learner 2.0

Learning with e's

They are younger than the Internet and mobile phones, and they don't recall a time when there was no Google or Facebook. digital pedagogy education Edutopia FaceBook Google Internet learning metacognition mobile phone Technology university