Posts made in December, 2013

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN

Posted by on Dec 11, 2013 in e-learning, Social Media | 0 comments

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN is the largest global conference on technology supported
learning and training for the corporate, education and public service
sectors.
The conference was attended by 2500 participants from over 100 countries.
The ISimply project was presented during the conference to over 100 people
by Anita Pincas from Institute of Education – London University.
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http://youtu.be/U3nnVGIN4ms

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Learn and Share

Posted by on Dec 10, 2013 in e-learning, Social Media | 0 comments

 

During 5-6 December 2013 the Romanian National Agency for Community Programmes in the Field of Education and Vocational Training organised at the National Library in Bucharest, the National Valorisation Conference “Learn and Share”.  The Isimply project and other 23 good practice projects implemented through Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action programmes in 2011 and 2012, were disseminated during the event. The event was attended by over 200 people: teachers, trainers, project managers and project participants, volunteers, students, young people and others from all over the country!

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28th November 2013, International Conference in Szekesfehervar Hungary – Get Export Ready!

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Digital Marketing, Social Media | 0 comments

The Conference and international brokerage event – Get Export Ready! , was held between 28-29 th November in Szekesfehervar, Hungary.

The conference focused on a wide range of topics related to business oportunities, market acces, project financing, collaborative projects aso.

The Isimply project was disseminated at this event to over 150 representatives of business environment from Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia, Poland, Slovenia and Hungary.

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Microsoft and Twitter partenership

Posted by on Dec 2, 2013 in Digital Marketing, Social Media | 0 comments

Microsoft has announced the renewal of its agreement with Twitter. This agreement allows Microsoft web search engine Bing to display the tweets in the results of its engine. For several years, tweets appear in Bing. Microsoft wanted to integrate to its search engine results from sites like Twitter, Facebook and Klout. Bing is far from beat Google, and its market share is lower, but Microsoft still hopes to attract more users with more social data in the search engine results. “Our partnership with Twitter ensures that the user has access to near real-time tweets posted by people – politician, celebrity, opinion leader or friend – who have a relationship with their research”, said Microsoft in a blog post friday.

According to a ranking by comScore in September, Google remains the leader in the research market, with nearly 67% share. Microsoft is far behind with about 18 % share, while Yahoo, which uses Bing background, came third with about 11% of shares. In September, Microsoft has revamped Bing, offering a new look, a new interface to present the results that blends social messages and factual information about people, places and objects.

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