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Archive for September, 2010

Getting Faculty Buy-in for the LMS

Campus Technology: “If it’s so great, why do only 80 percent of the faculty at Texas Christian use the LMS? Why not all of them? King wants to do all he can to get those one in five holdouts into the fold, short of a mandate by the faculty senate.”

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Wired Campus: “The City University of New York is turning to social networking to help foster academic discussion and camaraderie across its 23 campuses with its new Academic Commons site.”

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ZDNet Education: “For once, I’m not going to advocate a tech solution to getting kids reading. It’s the content, folks.”

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Classroom laptop policy uncertain

USU Statesman: “The growing presence of technology within the classroom has created a new-age conflict of interest that some faculty members solve by simply prohibiting its use.”

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Your Non-Linear Ed Tech Career?

Inside Higher Ed: “What is your career path? How did you get to your current job? If you are anything like me, or the people I work with, your path has been anything but straight.”

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ZDNet Education: “The 14.1″ Kno tablet will either be the Ed Tech holy grail or just one more failed ebook startup in a world that still likes killing trees.”

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Wired Campus: “SunGard and Blackboard have largely kept out of each other’s turf, with Blackboard dominating the market for course-management systems and SunGard focusing on administrative software for student records and other tasks. Now SunGard is crossing that line …”

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