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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

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Hack Education Weekly News

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Meanwhile on Campus… The New York Times on “How the Parkland Students Got So Good at Social Media ” – a really important corrective, I’d argue, to that “digital native” silliness. Edsurge on the business of OER. “ Edsurge also weighs in on boyd’s SXSWedu keynote: ”danah boyd: How Critical Thinking and Media Literacy Efforts Are ‘Backfiring’ Today."

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

IBM wants us to believe that Watson is incredibly powerful – powerful enough, even, to search 1000 OER. Just a reminder that Twitter does not care about your school’s social media initiative. Via Brookings : “Signs of digital distress: Mapping broadband availability and subscription in American neighborhoods.” ” (You can bet that “ fake news ” is going to be one of this year’s “ top ed-tech trends.”).