Friday, August 3, 2012

The Salary Reporter


This blog focuses on the newest data reported in salaries, job interview techniques, the changing workforce, and much more! Many writers come together to compile the best articles for your pay scale questions.


Thursday, August 2, 2012

Tips for Injecting New Technology on Campus


This article, written by the IT Services Director at San Diego State University, explains the 10 following tips for technology integration:

1)    Move quickly, before preferences are staked out.

2)    Make the selection process inclusive of students, faculty, and staff.

3)    Do the product research.

4)    Save time by skipping the pilot if you can.

5)    Get creative to gather feedback.

6)    Take your input to the vendor.

7)    Remember past integration issues.

8)    Keep the initial adopters small.

9)    Be ready to transition support when you reach a tipping point in adoption.

10) Remember your goal.


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Olympic Mobile Applications

The 2012 Olympic Games will be the most technology integrated Olympic games thus far! Olympians and supporters are using the London 2012 Olympic app to look at T.V. listings, medal counts, video, photos, and much more! The business classroom can integrate this app by looking at promotion materials centered on the games. Social media will allow everyone to get instant updates from the teams and athletes.


Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Real Estate Evaluation App

App Name: Zillow

Use the application to find homes for sale, rentals, home values, mortgages, and more! This application is offered on many platforms. Generate real estate marketing reports based on current market statistics. Use this app for classroom analysis of any geographic area within the U.S.


Monday, July 30, 2012

Teaching with the Library of Congress


Discover and discuss the most effective techniques for using Library of Congress primary sources in the classroom. Teaching strategies, outstanding primary sources, lesson plans, teacher resources, and current thinking on effective classroom practice are all open for discussion.The Library of Congress has millions of primary sources available for free online. Teaching with primary sources is powerful way to help students engage with content, build their critical thinking skills, and construct knowledge.