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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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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From PR NewsWire, Blackboard Inc. and Sony Electronics today announced they have seen strong momentum in customer adoption of the Blackboard Transact™ contactless campus card solution. Already, more than 50 institutions have adopted the contactless platform, which leverages cutting-edge technology …

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From Read Write Web, Attorney-client privilege does not extend to emails sent from a work email account, a California Court of Appeals has ruled. The unanimous decision was handed down by the Third Appellate District Court in Sacramento last week. …

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From Read Write Web Should teachers friend their students on Facebook? Should teachers text their students? There’s no real consensus here. “No, never.” “Maybe, sometimes.” “Yes, but responsibly.” Nonetheless many schools and districts are drafting policies that dictate how school …

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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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From the Chronicle of Higher Education Universities are turning to social networking to create online learning communities that mix serious academic work, and connections among working scholars, with Facebook-style fun. At the City University of New York, a new project …

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