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Archive for September, 2012

TechNewsWorld: “Increasingly, there’s no place like the living room with its large-screen TV for watching video, even if it comes from an online source. A study by NPD Group shows that nearly half of U.S. viewers — up from 33 percent — turned to the regular TV to watch streaming video from the likes of Netflix and Hulu.”

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Campus Technology: “Riding a wave of flipped classroom action, TechSmith has introduced new pricing structures for its screen capture and recording software specifically for educators.”

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Campus Technology: “Students studying nanotechnology at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) have a new way to explore concepts about the nanoscale.The New Haven, CT institution has implemented a new program that enables students to create and work with nanoscale structures without the need for a cleanroom.”

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Chronicle of Higher Ed: “As colleges scramble to offer so-called massive open online courses, or MOOC’s, faculty members have found themselves struggling to keep up with those plans and to make sure their views are heard.”

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Campus Technology: “At Campus Technology 2012 in Boston, the keynote speakers painted a picture of higher education undergoing a seismic shift–and offered a vision for the future.”

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Wired Campus: “More and more writers now hand over computers and digital files as well as notebooks and manuscripts. Ms. Nelson worked at Emory University when it acquired Salman Rushdie’s papers—or, rather, the writer’s hybrid archive of papers and computer files.”

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Wired Campus: “A group of professors who think that everyone should have free, direct access to the Modern Language Association’s job listings says it’s tired of waiting for the association to tear down its paywall.”

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