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College Textbooks Are Going Digital

College Textbooks Are Going Digital

| October 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Interesting story in the Daily Breeze about California State University, Dominguez Hills finding a way around expensive college textbooks: The Carson campus is among six of CSU’s 23 locations to take part in a pilot program in which students, beginning this year, are able to purchase digital textbooks for temporary use. The program is analogous […]

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Clarifying “Revolutionary” and “Disruptive” in Education

Clarifying “Revolutionary” and “Disruptive” in Education

| September 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

A great piece on ReadWriteWeb about what exactly those terms mean when it comes to education. To sum up: it should be free(mium), encourage grassroots adoption, encourage 21st century teaching and learning, contain and encourage open content, and should be open source.

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