Monthly Archives: November 2006

The Future of DIgital Education (Virtual Conference)

How will higher education evolve to accommodate digital technologies in the classroom, changing sensibilities among students and new forms of knowledge, learning and expression? This panel discussion will address some emerging challenges posed by the use of digital media, social … Continue reading

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Zotero: The End of EndNote?

Just before the web burst into public consciousness, historian Roy Rosensweig demonstrated the power of multimedia to make history come alive with his CD-ROM “Who Built America.” Continuing to explore the possibilities of applying technology to scholarship, in 1994 Rosezweig … Continue reading

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The School of Second Life

Wagner James Au, writing in Edutopoia, 2006.11.08, “The School of Second Life: Creating new avenues of pedagogy in a virtual world” writes … For those who grew up on computer and video games over the past thirty years, it’s no … Continue reading

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