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Share your student work – Introducing the (Re)present competition

As the semester winds down, you may find yourself looking back at what you and your students achieved over the past few months.  If so, I hope a number of you out there are thinking, “Wow, my students have created

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This will revolutionize education

If a moment ever comes along when I am teaching a class, and I require any old YouTube video to embed or link to as an example, my go-to is inevitably a video from my all-time favorite YouTube channel, Veritasium.

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New Grant for Creating eBook Texts announced today

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In today’s meeting of Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG), a grant was announced for creating or converting existing texts to eBooks for free distribution to students in an effort to make learning more affordable for more Georgia students. Awards provide $5000

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Heartbleed – check your favorite sites to see if you need to change your password

In case you missed it, there is a major security vulnerability in the underlying structure of how the internet handles user account passwords. It may sound like gibberish if I start talking about SSL, so here’s a link to a

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Making Up for Lost Time

Need to make up for lost time? Recent weather and related closings have created challenges for many instructors across campus.  We’re here to help.  In partnership with technology support groups across campus, we’ve pulled together a variety of resources that

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