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"The Leonardo da Vinci of Data" Edward Tufte

Are y'all familiar with the work of Yale Prof Edward Tufte? He's kind of the visual literacy and data go to guy these days making data much…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 8, 2009

ARTICLE: Future of the Book

This Fast Company article is interesting because it sets the stage for an battle between Amazon (Kindle), their on demand publishing abilit…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 8, 2009

Student Video Resource: School Tube

Cool school friendly YouTube resource... SCHOOL TUBE http://www.schooltube.com/ Okay, we're loving the new website SchoolTube! You know ab…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 7, 2009

Project Idea: Civil War Facebook Page

Just like the (beware - shameless plug) Mindblue Album Cover Project where students write a biography and design an album cover for a histo…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 2, 2009

COOL NYT ARTICLE: Journalism Rules Are Bent in News Coverage From Iran

Boy, another great one from Frank Baker. This article really gives us a sense of how new technologies may inform news gathering in the futu…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 30, 2009

BOOK: After Photography By Fred Ritchin

Frank Baker passed this interesting cultural studies book my way, looks like an interesting and complicated look at "the perils and possibi…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 29, 2009

13 Year-Old Author - Giving up my iPod for a Walkmann

I came across this article on Frank Baker's media listserve. A funny editorial on BBC News written by a very gifted 13 yr-old who co-edits…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 29, 2009

EdWeek Leadership Forum, Smart Ed-Tech Strategies for Tough Times

Soooo in tough times it is probably even harder to go to things like this but what the heck huh, came in my inbox, thought I'd share sans h…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 22, 2009

Cartoon & Clip: Acoustic vs. Electric vs. Digital and the Message of Each Medium

While this cartoon from the June 22, 2009 Issue of the New Yorker is funny - it is also a great image to explore Marshall McLuhan's famous…

Started by Ryan Goble

1 Jun 20, 2009
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Tweeting Your Way to Better Grades - U.S. News & World Report

One of our very own MC POPPERS William Kist (author of New Literacies in Action) is featured in this U.S. News and World Report Article on…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 16, 2009

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