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Collaborative HTML5 Video Collage Explores The Visions Of Students Today - Posted June 20, 2011
Have you ever wondered how the social media environment in which we live today affects the students of today? How Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Twitter, Wikipedia, iPads, Kindles, and other new technologies are impacting the way that today's students learn and the way that they are educated? A new collaborativ... [SocialTimes.com]

Happy Independence Day! - Posted July 3, 2009
We're off for the day celebrating the birth of our nation, but we wanted to leave you with something today ... just in case you are chained to you desk. This week, we were lucky enough to see Kansas State University professor and anthropologist Michael Wesch's presentation abo... [Fishbowl NY]

Happy Independence Day! - Posted July 3, 2009
We're off for the day celebrating the birth of our nation, but we wanted to leave you with something today ... just in case you are chained to you desk. This week, we were lucky enough to see Kansas State University professor and anthropologist Michael Wesch's presentation abo... [FishbowlNY]

Wrapping Up At The Personal Democracy Forum - Posted June 30, 2009
The past couple days have been filled with a flurry of panels and presentations about technology, politics and new media. There's been so much information flying around, its hard to sort through all the noise. That's why we were so pleasantly surprised by Kansas State University professor Michael Wes... [Fishbowl NY]

Wrapping Up At The Personal Democracy Forum - Posted June 30, 2009
The past couple days have been filled with a flurry of panels and presentations about technology, politics and new media. There's been so much information flying around, its hard to sort through all the noise. That's why we were so pleasantly surprised by Kansas State University professor Michael Wes... [FishbowlNY]

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