Access or Copyright? That is the question

September 26, 2011

According to the Detroit Free Press and others, authors and authors’ groups in the United States, Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom sued the University of Michigan and four other universities Monday, seeking to stop the creation of online libraries made up of as many as 7 million copyright-protected books they say were scanned without […]

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5 Habits of an Effective 21st Century Teacher

September 19, 2011

Recently, I read an article in eSchool News that listed the Five Habits of an Effective 21st Century Teacher (All educators have a FREE subscription to this very informative and educational electronic or hard copy publication and you may have to subscribe to see the full article). I agreed with all of the selections, but […]

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Where from here?

September 11, 2011

It was Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs that certainly made the tight connection between individual computing and education. Linking Apple computers, discounting heavily to schools, and promoting and asking others to develop products that were education-based and focused strictly toward the school environment, he brought Apple into the limelight, and education into the twentieth and twenty-first […]

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The SHOW ME State allows tech integration

September 5, 2011

Social media is a wonderful venue for teaching and learning, and recently a Missouri judge and the state’s governor realized that a law would hinder the learning that could happen in that online environment, blocking a law from taking effect.

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