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Two Awesome Infographics

I've been really digging deep this weekend with Google+ communities and have found SO much awesome information that I am glued to my screen reading and scrolling and reading and scrolling. While doing so, I found these two infographics that are just so awesome that I wish I could print them off to hang in my new office.

The first one is this EdTech Cheat Sheet, which really breaks down the plethora of terminology out there in regards to educational technology. For those of you who aren't "up" on all this stuff, it may help you feel more in the know.

This infographic goes through all those hot terms and talks about which ones are more passe and which are up and coming. For those of you who find yourself always wanting to be on the cutting edge, this gives you an idea of what's coming (and going).

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