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By Nancy Holliman on Sep 15th, 2009
Interesting article today in the Washington Post, where cognitive scientist, Daniel Willingham basically says the theory that students have different...
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By Sheryl Grant on Aug 25th, 2009
In my field of information and library science, scholars like Tefko Saracevic have summed the past decades of information explosion into three ideas...
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By JulieBurch on May 29th, 2009
By Thomas Axworthy   Canada has a crisis of historical amnesia. We no longer inspire our youth and our newest citizens and immigrants with...
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By Constance Penley on May 1st, 2009
(The following is a re-post of an article by Kristin Peters for the Daily Nexus) Univerity of California Santa Barbaras Carsey-Wolf Center for Film...
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By HASTAC Admin on May 1st, 2009
(This is a re-post of Elizabeth Gardner's article featured in Purdue News.) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A team of three Purdue University students led...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 25th, 2009
  The New York Times today has an article, "In Tough Times, the Humanities Must Justify Their Worth." Here's the url. http://nytimes.com/2009/...
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By John Jones on Feb 23rd, 2009
Andrew Trotter has a recent article in Education Week's Digital Directions titled "Mobile Devices Seen as Key to 21st-Century Learning" in which he...
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By mdgelly on Feb 2nd, 2009
This ppt was delivered to the California League of High Schools in Monterey, California, in January, 2009. Administrators can easily understand web...
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