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10022-shoe:

Up, up and away we go…to 10022-SHOE!
The countdown is on. We’re only 10 days away to the re-launch of the world’s most fabulous shoe floor — so big it has its own zip code. Stay tuned to Saks Fifth Avenue on Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as we celebrate the fifth anniversary of our famed shoe floor!
We’re totally getting carried away by these Christian Louboutins…Photo by KSW 

10022-shoe:

Up, up and away we go…to 10022-SHOE!

The countdown is on. We’re only 10 days away to the re-launch of the world’s most fabulous shoe floor — so big it has its own zip code. Stay tuned to Saks Fifth Avenue on Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as we celebrate the fifth anniversary of our famed shoe floor!

We’re totally getting carried away by these Christian Louboutins
Photo by KSW 

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world-shaker:

 It’s Official: Using Twitter Makes Students More Engaged

Further affirming what you probably already know, Twitter is evidently one of the best tools for learning and becoming an engaged student. We’ve covered the benefits of the social network ad nauseum for teachers and administrators over the past few years … but a new study solidifies the worth of Twitter for students.
Assistant Professor of Education at Michigan State University, Christine Greenhow, conducted a study titled “Twitteracy: Tweeting is a New Literary Practice.” In it, she found that college students who tweet as part of their instruction are more engaged with the course content, the teacher, other students, and they have higher grades.

world-shaker:

It’s Official: Using Twitter Makes Students More Engaged

Further affirming what you probably already know, Twitter is evidently one of the best tools for learning and becoming an engaged student. We’ve covered the benefits of the social network ad nauseum for teachers and administrators over the past few years … but a new study solidifies the worth of Twitter for students.

Assistant Professor of Education at Michigan State University, Christine Greenhow, conducted a study titled “Twitteracy: Tweeting is a New Literary Practice.” In it, she found that college students who tweet as part of their instruction are more engaged with the course content, the teacher, other students, and they have higher grades.

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chartsnthings:

One of the best things about working at a newspaper is that you can come into work and do something different every day. Yesterday I had planned on spending the day doing some longer-term work in preparation for the Olympics and generally phoning it in Friday-style when a handful of us got…