Gene Vangampelaere

Gene Vangampelaere

Gene Vangampelaere is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE) with a strong focus on SharePoint and Office 365. He has a lot experience in training student and staff in Microsoft Cloud technology. His sessions are always hands-on so his trainees can go home and start using the new stuff they learned.

He works at Gene Vangampelaere is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE) with a strong focus on SharePoint and Office 365. He has a lot experience in training student and staff in Microsoft Cloud technology. His sessions are always hands-on so his trainees can go home and start using the new stuff they learned.

He works at Howest, a university college in Belgium and is a SharePoint trainer and consultant. He strongly believes that all students and teachers must have basic IT skills to make a difference in the future. By training them he wants to show his commitment to society.

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My questions to Antony Salcito, VP of education at Microsoft

Today I had the change to be part of a TweetMeet with Antony Salcito, VP of Education at Microsoft. I had the change to ask him a few questions about being a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and the offerings form Microsoft to the education world. This where his anwers:

My questions to Antony Salcito, VP of education at Microsoft

Today I had the change to be part of a TweetMeet with Antony Salcito, VP of Education at Microsoft. I had the change to ask him a few questions about being a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and the offerings form Microsoft to the education world. This where his anwers:

My questions to Antony Salcito, VP of education at Microsoft

Today I had the change to be part of a TweetMeet with Antony Salcito, VP of Education at Microsoft. I had the change to ask him a few questions about being a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and the offerings form Microsoft to the education world. This where his anwers:

“…Spreading technology knowledge is like a seed you plant in someone’s head. The seed grows, and at a certain moment those people can start spreading seeds to others, too.” – Gene Vangampelaere, Belgium

When Gene Vangampelaere realized that developing apps can be lonely and isolating work, he decided to apply his expertise to teaching, and we’re very grateful he did. Vangampelaere is still an app developer, but he also spends considerable time training … Continue reading Visit the author's original post

Use the OneNote Clipper to save webpages

While browsing the web you find a lot of information that you want to keep for further reading. I use OneNote to store all these pieces of information.

By using the OneNote Clipper you can save any page, in any browser, to you default OneNote notebook. The page is saved as an image and the text is searchable in OneNote. Every “clip” contains a link to the original page.

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Use the OneNote Clipper to save webpages

While browsing the web you find a lot of information that you want to keep for further reading. I use OneNote to store all these pieces of information.

By using the OneNote Clipper you can save any page, in any browser, to you default OneNote notebook. The page is saved as an image and the text is searchable in OneNote. Every “clip” contains a link to the original page.

OneNote-Clipper


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Use the OneNote Clipper to save webpages

While browsing the web you find a lot of information that you want to keep for further reading. I use OneNote to store all these pieces of information.

By using the OneNote Clipper you can save any page, in any browser, to you default OneNote notebook. The page is saved as an image and the text is searchable in OneNote. Every “clip” contains a link to the original page.

OneNote-Clipper


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Learners, Teachers, and Technology: Personalization in 2015 and Beyond

In the end, there needs to be a sophisticated blending of learner, teacher, and technology. When does it make sense to give the learner choice and when does it not? When is it helpful to have technology systems provide content personalization and which decisions are best left to teachers? Do we create systems in which teachers provide the content guidelines within which the system chooses activity or systems that recommend guidelines within which teachers and students choose activity?

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Learners, Teachers, and Technology: Personalization in 2015 and Beyond

In the end, there needs to be a sophisticated blending of learner, teacher, and technology. When does it make sense to give the learner choice and when does it not? When is it helpful to have technology systems provide content personalization and which decisions are best left to teachers? Do we create systems in which teachers provide the content guidelines within which the system chooses activity or systems that recommend guidelines within which teachers and students choose activity?

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