Academic Technology Links for June 28, 2013

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The links this week include WYSIWYG editors, courses and resources for courses available online, and a critique of providing iPads for students. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for June 21, 2013

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The links this week include two talks about technology, an upcoming conference in Richmond about higher ed and technology, and some tips for using an RSS feed. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for June 14, 2013

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The links this week include MOOCs (of course!), e-textbook usage, and Open Badges. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for June 7, 2013

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The links this week include a reference for open source licenses, a new online course platform, MOOC student retention and the notion of “open” courses, and the (sometimes) rocky relationships between IT and higher ed. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for May 31, 2013

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The links this week include MOOC news, Wikipedia edit-a-thons, and flipped classroom tips from a biology professor. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for May 24, 2013

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The links this week include iPads for learning, a critique of digital humanities, Google+’s visual recognition search, and blogging and grad school. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for May 17, 2013

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The links this week include the first MOOC-based MS in computer science (brought to you by AT&T), libraries and pneumatic tubes, Wikispaces Classroom, and data visualization. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for May 10, 2013

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The links this week include a map of English dialects, how to engage faculty with technology, and an application for converting text documents. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for May 3, 2013

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The links this week include more on the Google Art Project, Charlie Rose on MOOCs, illustrated Chinese characters, data visualization, and digital scholarship between biologists and humanities folks. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for April 26, 2013

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The links this week include “visualization,” the Digital Public Library of America, learning management systems, research organization tool Mendeley’s purchase by Elsevier, and Ira Glass on radio storytelling. Enjoy!