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Wired Campus: “The Modern Language Association wants evaluators to get with the digital program.”

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Wired Campus: “Pinterest, the social network on which users share collections of images inspired by their hobbies and design interests on digital pin boards, has exploded in popularity since coming online in 2010.”

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Grading Online Evaluations

Campus Technology: “Schools see valuable opportunities in moving course evaluations online, but only if they can raise student-participation levels.”

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Chronicle of Higher Ed: “Jonathan Eisen, a microbiologist at the U. of California at Davis, used a scholarly social-networking site called Mendeley to organize and post the research papers of his late father, an NIH researcher.”

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Tablets in education (Video)

ZDNet Education: “Most Wednesdays, I run a live webinar on WizIQ, usually on some ed tech-related topic. I tend not to post the recordings here since there is definitely a commercial element to them (I wouldn’t be much of an evangelist for the company if there wasn’t). However, this week’s webinar ended up being a pretty good […]”

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ZDNet Education: “Video from my new bi-weekly wrapup of interesting ed tech stories with Kirsten Winkler.”

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ProfHacker: “Over the past few years, increasing numbers of students in my classes have been using e-readers of different sorts. But this semester marks something of a turning point in that trend, as I’d estimate at least half of my students in each of my two literature courses this semester have been using e-readers. As I’m wrapping up the semester, I thought I’d share a few observations about this trend and its impact in my classroom.”

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