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Archive for June, 2011

Inside Higher Ed: “The Google news this week is all about Google+, the company’s next effort to break into social networks. I say this is great, as I’m another one of those outmigrants, or maybe conscientious objectors, to the Facebook nation.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “Congratulations to the Google Plus team for shipping a superb beta under conditions which could be considered equal parts turmoil and FUD. I absolutely love it. If it had 750 million users on it right now it would be a superior experience to Facebook.”

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How To Use Google Plus

ReadWriteWeb: “We have been playing with the service since getting invites yesterday and there are a lot of things to like about Google’s new social initiative.”

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LMS, Tear Down This Wall!

Campus Technology: “For the LMS to remain relevant in higher education, it must move beyond the classroom and integrate seamlessly with the learning opportunities presented by the web.”

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Wired Campus: “The small liberal-arts college in this Pennsylvania town offers students an intimate learning experience … Now the college wants to add courses that are partly online into this setting, and it wants other liberal-arts institutions to follow suit.”

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Wired Campus: “Two blind students at Florida State University have sued the institution and its Board of Trustees for discrimination, arguing that a mathematics course at the university relied on e-learning systems that were not accessible to the disabled.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “With so many digital distractions, it’s a wonder we can get anything done … Fortunately, there are a number of writing applications that attempt to block out the distractions so we can finally focus.”

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