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Archive for June, 2010

Wired Campus: “Feds to colleges: If you require students to use electronic-book readers that blind people can’t access, you may be running afoul of the law.”

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Summer school? That sounds cool.

Boston Globe: “With money tight and jobs scarce, a growing number of college students are choosing classes over time at the beach.”

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Inside Higher Ed: “Two years ago I would have bet that the Mac/PC divide would have lost its salience by now. I thought that Web applications and RIA’s (rich internet applications such as Adobe AIR) would have once and for all supplanted the client OS. That future has failed to come to pass.”

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ReadWriteEnterprise: “Cisco announced today the Cius, an Android-based seven-inch tablet computer aimed at the enterprise. The device will feature both front and rear-facing cameras, Cisco TelePresence-compatible video conferencing and access to applications such as Cisco Quad, WebEx and AnyConnect Security VPN Client, as well as access to the Android app store.”

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ProfHacker: “Many ProfHacker readers already know that Zotero can capture citations directly from an online catalog’s search results. But you don’t need a laptop and a browser to make the most of your library catalog. I want to highlight several lightweight tools that can complement Zotero, giving you new ways to keep manage your library life.”

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ProfHacker: “No service quite fulfills my criteria for ‘The Ideal Academic App,’ but Tungle and Doodle come pretty close. And now, these two services have developed a few new features that get them even closer.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “The rumors about a paid subscription service coming to Hulu have turned out to be true, as the online video hub has announced Hulu Plus – a premium service that will give users access to more content on more platforms for a monthly fee.”

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