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Archive for April, 2011

Inside Higher Ed: “Whether you are a Blackboard or Sakai school matters only marginally to our success in what truly matters about the LMS; how well we are utilizing the LMS to improve, support and facilitate authentic student learning.”

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Plagiarism Goes Social

Wired Campus: “The Web is going social. And now it seems that plagiarism might be heading that way, too.”

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Wired Campus: “As a senior at Carnegie Mellon University last year, Greg Woloschyn went five months without paying for food. His secret: Foot-Bot, software he created that now helps students on campuses across the country.”

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ProfHacker: “There’s a way to easily add tweets to your blog posts that preserve the feel of Twitter while simultaneously keeping the tweets dynamic. And it’s faster than either copying and pasting or making screenshots.”

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Wired Campus: “This week the Massachusetts Institute of Technology named a new director for its high-tech Media Lab, and its choice, Joi Ito, is someone who says he has learned more from World of Warcraft than from traditional academic institutions.”

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ZDNet Education: “Occasionally, college dropouts do fairly well for themselves. Will the new head of MIT’s Media Lab continue his track record of successes in cutting edge organizations?”

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Wired Campus: “Barnes & Noble is looking to make it easier for students to ‘like’ their class reading.”

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