Digital Learning

digital-learningWith our Digital Technology Learning Forum coming up March 20, 2013 I thought I would have a learning theme this week. One of the websites I have found helpful is Digital Learning Environments. This website has ‘Tools and Technologies for Effective Classrooms’ but as anyone connected with this digital world knows we are all students and constantly learning. The articles on this website are quite comprehensive, not only do they give good suggestions but there are links to how to do it as well. I checked out the article on ‘How to Become a Blogger’ and if you are thinking this might be something you want to do, this article is excellent. Not only are the various platforms discussed but there is even a section on how to offer comments.

Do you use Twitter? I don’t because quite frankly at this point I find it a little overwhelming and I am not alone. The stats suggest among entrepreneurs in Western Canada Facebook is far more popular than Twitter. Sooner or later though I will want to at least have a better understanding of it and a good place to start might be this article on ‘What I wish I Knew Before Using Twitter’. From there the ‘Top Secret Tips And Tricks For Getting The Most Out Of Twitter’ might be the next article I read. Look out after that as I could be tweeting as well as blogging!

Don’t forget to attend our Digital Technology Learning Forum. To be held at Centre 2000 March 20, 2013. We are hosting the experts as they use digital technology to help explain social media, SEO, social commerce, mobile applications, databases, and 3D printers. For more tips and tools on how to get more productive and how to use digital technology to do that please visit Blue Collar Consulting Inc. at or check out our new website at


About Janet, doing it better.

I grew up and still reside in Northern Alberta. While I have numerous interests I am passionate about the Peace River region, its innovation, its people, and the creative spirit that envelopes us all.

Posted on February 12, 2013, in digital learning, digital technology, learning and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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