Monthly Archives: April 2011

Cool Tool: ActivBoard 500 Pro

Billed as a ‘Next Generation Interactive Whiteboard with intuitive pen and touch’ — when you use it for yourself or at least see this video—you’ll see why. The pen and touch capability really makes learning with it look like great … Continue reading

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Interview | Jason Ohler, Digital Humanist

Jason Ohler is a professor emeritus, speaker, writer, teacher, researcher and lifelong digital humanist. Well known for his passion, insight and humor, Jason has worked for more than 25 years helping to usher students into the Digital Age. He passionately … Continue reading

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Point, Click, Talk: Unified Communications Adoption Grows in Education

CDW-G just released its third annual 2011 Unified Communications Tracking Poll, which found that the percentage of organizations that have fully implemented unified communications (UC) has at least doubled in the last year, growing from 4 percent to 17 percent … Continue reading

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Interview | Bryce Johnson: Going Digital with Café Scribe

Bryce Johnson is the director of eTextbook Solutions at Follett Digital Resources—and the creator of Café Scribe. Here, he offers an overview into Café Scribe and what he’s seeing in the electronic textbook market. Café Scribe is part of Follett … Continue reading

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Interview | Andrew Grauer Presents Course Hero

While a student at Cornell, Andrew Grauer attended lectures from some of the top professors in country. Throughout his four years, Andrew realized that while they certainly made their subjects come alive, a key component of his college education happened … Continue reading

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