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ghoulmann: A new study has found that the small amount of text you can see on your handheld device may makeit vastly easier for people with learning disabilities to comprehend. Ist doch logisch.
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65 percent of school principals said it was unlikely they would allow personal...– Schools and Students Clash Over Use of Technology (via gjmueller)
But thinking clearly doesn’t seem to be one of the principal objectives in our...– Do Cell Phones Belong in the Classroom? - Robert Earl - National - The Atlantic (via infoneer-pulse) This isn’t a generation that “used to being entertained”. They’re not using phones because “attention spans are short”, but because education isn’t engaging them. Every student, whether peer or not,...
I used to think that technology could help education. I’ve probably spearheaded...– Steve Jobs (via azspot)
“Institutions and departments should develop written guidelines so that faculty...– MLA issues guidelines on evaluation of digital scholarship | Inside Higher Ed (via infoneer-pulse)
Mentormob - create playlists and share →
gjmueller: A new service called MentorMob aims to make it easier to learn new information and skills by offering curated “playlists”—collections of links to the best articles, videos, and websites on a particular topic. This could be used like Pinterest, or Livebinder, collecting links to articles, videos, music, and tools on a specific topic. There are academic and recreational collections...