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Archive for July, 2010

Wired Campus: “Think students don’t care about online privacy? Think again, say two researchers who have published a new paper about the privacy attitudes of 18- and 19-year-olds.”

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ProfHacker: “I’ve got a go-to box of tools that I turn to regularly when building and deploying lecturecasts.  As is customary, some caveats …”

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ReadWriteEnterprise: “Citing both worker morale and the potential to use the tools for work-related activities, Cisco recommends better security education and social media policies in the work place instead of technical restrictions that employees would likely route-around anyway.”

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ZDNet Education: “We’re finally getting close to a price where maybe, just maybe, a single-purpose e-reader makes some sense for schools. Here’s why:”

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Inside Higher Ed: “Someone help me do the math on this one. At what point do we start to save money by buying Kindles and moving our second copy ordering to a Kindle e-book?”

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Chronicle of Higher Education: “Two library-services companies have sued a major nonprofit library organization, accusing it of monopolistic practices and violating antitrust laws.”

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ReadWriteCloud: “The 85,000 students, faculty and staff at University of Georgia join the over 11 million students and educators worldwide who have adopted Live@edu, a strong indication that despite the common concerns about privacy and security in the cloud, that many schools and universities are making the transition.”

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