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Grading with Voice on an iPad

Guest post, published on the ProfHacker Blog at the Chronicle of Higher Education, regarding a useful technique for grading documents on an iPad and the application iAnnotate. Article originally published at http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/grading-with-voice-on-an-ipad/40907?cid=wc&utm_source=wc&utm_medium=en.

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Online Services for Custom Textbooks & Course Materials

Instructors are constantly exploring new materials students can utilize for their studies. From textbooks to web sites, case studies to library databases, and even custom generated material; instructors have a plethora of resources at their fingertips to provide primary or

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E-Books’ Varied Formats Make Citations a Mess for Scholars

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, As e-reading devices gain popu­larity, professors and students are struggling to adapt them to an academic fun­damental: proper citations, which other scholars can use. The trouble is that in electronic formats, there are no

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E-Books' Varied Formats Make Citations a Mess for Scholars

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, As e-reading devices gain popu­larity, professors and students are struggling to adapt them to an academic fun­damental: proper citations, which other scholars can use. The trouble is that in electronic formats, there are no

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To Save Students Money, Colleges May Force a Switch to E-Textbooks

From the Chronicle of Higher Education You’ve heard it before: Digital technologies blew up the music industry’s moneymaking model, and the textbook business is next. For years observers have predicted a coming wave of e-textbooks. But so far it just

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