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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-11-21

  • Papert: “…the practice of segregating children by age into “grades” will be seen as…old-fashioned, and inhumane” http://t.co/pvXVRayG #
  • Great way to learn physics http://t.co/oNRel2Qm #
  • Scientists invent lightest material on Earth. What now? http://t.co/i1BF632n via @zite #
  • The Top 10+1 apps in the Mendeley-PLoS Binary Battle! http://t.co/oVT6cva8 via @zite #
  • Dave Cormier: Explaining Rhizomatic Learning to my five year old. http://t.co/R7Pjrdez via @zite #
  • Microsoft’s table-sized tablet Surfaces for pre-order http://t.co/UDCeAq7D via @zite? Cool health-related concept image at the end #
  • @mendeley_com I love the ipad app but hate that I can’t annotate / highlight text. Any plans for that functionality in the lite version? #
  • How odd that #Mendeley isn’t @mendeley. Made an assumption earlier today with a tweet (embarrassed face) #
  • The really basic skill today is the skill of learning http://t.co/yzfBZHcx #
  • @mendeley I love the ipad app but hate that I can’t annotate / highlight text. Any plans for that functionality in the lite version? #
  • ECAR National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2011 Report | EDUCAUSE http://t.co/luaja5Pl #
  • Just published the 2nd round of my survey on clinical education. If you teach healthcare students, please respond at http://t.co/mIm3l9H8 #
  • @whataboutrob Could probably make that work 🙂 #
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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-05-17

  • “Encouraging educators to blog” http://bit.ly/2X2hO #
  • Article on PLoS re. management of large digital libraries for academics, together with adding “social” to research http://bit.ly/CWgHE #
  • Blog post discussing different challenges for researchers / scientists in managing their digital libraries http://bit.ly/xrBOT #
  • To err is human: building a safer healthcare system (free book from the National Acadamies Press) http://bit.ly/AdDgO #
  • ASCILITE conferences, a brilliant source of content for anyone interested in technology and education http://bit.ly/EugZP #
  • Inequality in society = high rates of drug /alchol abuse, mental illness, teenage pregnancy, homicide, and low literacy http://bit.ly/KuWEb #
  • Thought provoking post by Steven Downes re. open systems of assessment http://bit.ly/16U0Df #
  • Mendeley blog post on how the software affects journal impact factors and publishing models http://bit.ly/43bCB #

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