Down With Megahertz!

A better way to market computers: Say what they can actually do. | 0 Comments

Twitter unused by most faculty, study says

Three in ten college faculty surveyed earlier this summer said they use the micro-blogging site Twitter as an educational tool, but many educators remain skeptical of the social network and believe the site contributes to poor writing habits and will prove to be a "fad." | 0 Comments


France to oppose Google book scheme

Google's ambitious plans to scan millions of books and make them readable through its search engine suffered another blow on Monday after France said it would formally oppose the US settlement that Google needs to circumvent complex copyright issues. | 0 Comments

Tech helps students adopt good study habits

Purdue University is using educational technology--and online "signals"--to warn some students that their grades are dropping, offer study-habit suggestions, and provide positive reinforcement to students who are acing quizzes and exams. | 0 Comments

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