Google’s absolutely amazing & extraordinary office in Tel Aviv, Israel –from theultralinx.com by Oliur Rahman

From DSC:
Thanks Oliur for a great portfolio of images/ideas!  Here are just a few examples of some very cool spaces that encourage learning, creativity, innovation, and collaboration:

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Google Office 2

 

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Google Office 13

 

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Google Office 18

 

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Google Office 32

 

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Google Office 34

 

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EDUCAUSE Review - Top-Ten Articles of 2010 | If this e-mail message does not display correctly or hyperlinks are missing, please type http://educause.informz.net/educause/archives/archive_1278910.html into your browser's address bar.
The ten most widely read online EDUCAUSE Review articles from 2010 focused on innovation, current IT issues, individual/collaborative learning, attention, openness, the future campus, scholarly publishing, and libraries.

In case you missed them in 2010:

1.

Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams
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Bret L. Ingerman, Catherine Yang, and the 2010 EDUCAUSE Current Issues Committee
3.

Larry Sanger
4.

Howard Rheingold
5.

danah boyd
6.

Brian Lamb and Jim Groom
7.

Diana G. Oblinger
8.

Rick Anderson
9.

Keith Webster
10.

David Wiley

Educause Quarterly -- 33, 3 -- Fall 2010

From DSC:
I signed up and downloaded a whitepaper from intelliresponse.com entitled, “Going Mobile: Web Self-Service for Students — Learn how higher education institutions can embrace the new multi-channel eco-system for student self-service (via Mobile, Social Media, Web)”.

I thought it was interesting how the term eco-system weaved its way through this company’s marketing literature. But it also relayed some more data on the increasing amount of mobile devices out there (now and expected in the near future).  If we were to substitute the word “learning” in place of the words “self-service”, this topic becomes very relevant to this blog.

Here are a couple graphics from the paper:

Going Mobile: Web Self-Service for Students Learn how higher education institutions can embrace the new multi-channel eco-system for student self-service (via Mobile, Social Media, Web)

Mobile self-service

From DSC:
Clicking the below graphic will launch a (rather large but brief) presentation of what my view of a learning ecosystem is.

Great illustration of my view of a Learning Ecosystem

The Imagined Space of The Web 2.0 Classroom — from CampusTechnology.com by Trend Batson

“Web 2.0 and new media have influenced the design of physical classroom spaces, just as they have offered new virtual spaces for interaction.”

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