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Beano | Biotechnology Institute
Describe the structures and organization of cells and tissues that underlie basic life functions including nutrition, respiration, cellular transport, biosyntheses, and reproduction.
EReading Pilot Project – The iPad and Reading and Writing Practices | Center for Instructional Technology
While e-reading has gained popularity outside academia, it has only recently appeared in scholarly settings, with some institutions making active efforts to integrate e-reading technologies into their curricula. Although it could be argued that e-readers are a short-lived trend, or will remain primarily in the corporate and leisure sectors, the growing popularity of e-reading devices suggests that e-reading will continue making inroads into the academy
mathematical application – smash some boxes!
New Mentality Entering LMS Market | e-Literate
Since 2008 I have been sharing with clients the observation that the current generation of LMS solutions were conceived and designed circa 1996 – 2004. This timeframe was eons ago in terms of technology and business models. Furthermore, the major LMS solutions were designed as solutions for specific institutions and only later “commercialized” for broad market release.
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The happiest project management tool on earth.
Ten ways schools are using social media effectively | eSchool News
Smart phones might be getting the green light in more schools around the country, but social networking is still getting the yellow in many schools: Parents are worried about bullying, teacher-student online relationships are questioned, and school security can be compromised all too easily, some critics fear.
Is It Old?: The easy way to check if that cool web link has already done the rounds
How many times have you come across a website that you think nobody has seen before, decided to share it with your friends and family, only to receive comments like “OLD!” or “Saw that years ago” denting your pride as a result?
E.D. You » 5 Tricks to Begin Blogging
As a blogging novice, I have spent the beginning of this year experimenting with blogs and their functions in the classroom. Having participated in blogs that were teacher driven in the past, I decided early that I would work to make the students feel as involved in the process as possible.
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