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Archive for August, 2010

Inside Higher Ed: “Has anyone tried to work with Netflix to create an EDU subscription service? A special deal for enrolled students and faculty members?”

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Do we owe kids more than netbooks?

ZDNet Education: “Are netbooks what your students really need? If so, buy extras: they’re cheap. But if not, consider the alternatives.”

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Wired Campus: “Josh Weinstein, a 2009 graduate of Princeton University, remembers waiting eagerly for his official college e-mail address the summer before freshman year. An address ending in .edu would give him access to Facebook, an online social network that only college students could join.  Oh, how times have changed.”

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iPad: Traveling Cold Turkey

ProfHacker: “I am an academic medievalist, and I have spent six weeks traveling this summer with no other computer than my iPad.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “In this post we’ll look at how some of the leading newspapers are using iPad, what the user experience is like, and what could be improved still.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “NASA today joined the Commons on Flickr. Thanks to this, NASA will now begin to share a large variety of pictures from its vast collection of images on Flickr. “

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Inside Higher Ed: “The ability to clear copyrights and gain permissions for all course readings submitted to the provider. Content may include book chapters, journal articles, case studies, magazine and newspaper articles, and textbook chapters.”

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