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Education Eye : A live view of Innovation

Education Eye : A live view of Innovation

Every so often you discover a brand new way to keep up to date on ICT innovation in education. FutureLab have released a brilliant live eye on education entitled “Education Eye”.

The feed (below) maps the latest blog posts, tweets and news relevant to the ICT, Technology and Education sectors.

The system is completely searchable and you can refine to the eye view to areas that you are specifically interested in. I am hoping the DigMo! / TotalApps Education section will be approved as a news source in the next few weeks.

You can revisit this page to see the latest Education Eye finds. This morning alone I discovered two new educational blogs that I have now subscribed too.

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