The Internet: How Search Works." I found it fascinating, both as an educator, an #edtech-ian, and a learner. Given that, it warranted a post of its own!
I've heard reports that by 2028, ten years from now, half of the jobs out there will be ones that don't even exist here and today. The reason: the growth in technology. Exponential growth! Given that, it's probably good for all of us to know such things as this... sharpening our tech and innovation skills along the way!
As an aside, here's a pretty cool "gifographic" (an animated step up from an infographic!) and kid-friendly information page on the concept as well from Mocomi.com. (You'll find a wealth of other information also at Mocomi's learning portal!)
Video from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVV_93mBfSU, gifographic from http://mocomi.com/how-the-internet-works/; Image from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIUGO-cnLLg
Saturday, February 17, 2018
How the Internet Works
Posted by Vicki at 9:40 AM
Labels: innovation , science , search engines , smart phones , teachers , tech , technology
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