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Category Archives: Collaboration
One of the major issues facing education is how technology can be used in the classroom in a way that is effective to teaching, learning, and assessment. The National Education Technology Plan was created by the Department of Education in … Continue reading →
Often, we’re afraid to collaborate with one another because we’re afraid. We afraid of not having time to get our own work done. We’re afraid that our ideas won’t be accepted. We’re afraid that the other individual(s) may not be … Continue reading →
Technology is often underused in education where most often the Power Point presentation is considered to be the epitome of high-tech. For some reason, seasoned educators scoff at social media and other digital tools as effective ways of reaching out … Continue reading →
Rather than monitor a brick and mortar organization, I decided to track Save Libraries, which is, according to its website, a “grassroots effort to compile information and advocacy resources for libraries that are facing devastating budget cuts.” The save libraries movement … Continue reading →
ALA Tech Source tweeted my video today! Thanks, Ariel, for bringing it to my attention.
Just last night, I thought to myself that the media and Internet blackout in Egypt was eerie, not because the government is trying to clamp down on any type of unrest or the freedom of speech (though it is doing … Continue reading →