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I am spending the week at Campus Technology Magazine’s Next-Gen Conference. Over the week I thought it would be interesting to post the sessions I have attended in order to not only share some of the ideas presented, but hopefully foster a little discussion. I will be adding to this post, rather than adding multiple […]

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I recently noticed that a company that offers free wikis (PBwiki.com), including commercial-free wikis for educators, is advertising: Education (no IT department required!). Why is that? What could it be that would bring about this type of promotional theme? Clearly they are tapping into a widespread phenomenon regarding the relationship between IT and instructors. This […]

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Lee LeFever has been making these excellent videos which explain many Web 2.0 concepts “in plain English.” They are simply dynamite – because they explain some concepts that are very helpful, useful, and efficient for working on the net these days – and in a way that is easy to understand, fun, and dynamic. Highly […]

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That’s easy, on the surface. When the service clients reasonably expect is more than can be produced: If our operation cannot meet client expectations, than we truly do them a disservice. But what does it mean to attempt to meet client expectations and what is the full impact of both the attempt and failure on […]

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