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Archive for January, 2011

Wired Campus: “McGraw-Hill is building a mobile-phone platform to teach English and college test preparation to people in India, which the publisher hopes will help it tap into rapidly expanding cellphone use in emerging markets.”

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Wired Campus: “Last week, a significant change went into effect at the National Science Foundation: The agency will now require researchers to submit data-management plans with their grant proposals.”

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Wired Campus: “To help reduce the number of dropouts in freshman biology courses, professors at the University at Buffalo have turned to the power of collaboration and cloud computing to build an online teaching tool designed to explain concepts better than a textbook can.”

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What Are Your Favorite Classrooms?

ProfHacker: “What are your favorite classrooms? Which rooms make you look forward to teaching? What do those rooms all have in common?”

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The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Professors already welcome their guest speakers using this same technology.”

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Inside Higher Ed: “TechSmith puts its pricing for its terrific presentation capture Relay system right on its website.

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ZDNet Education: “What happened to curricular standards? And why the heck are Creationists biology teachers?

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