Monthly Archives: September 2011

Another reason textbooks are so expensive!

I came home from work today and going through the mail, I found an piece of mail from Bedford/St. Martin’s. It is a full color brochure, printed on thick card stock advertising their book, Approaching Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing. It … Continue reading

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Creating OER: The WHO and the HOW

Join us as we continue the OER webinar series where experts are demystifying the world of open educational resources (OER). This month’s session will feature OER development models and creation tools. Next month a panel of OER experts will discuss … Continue reading

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Creative Commons Positions: Senior Project Manager & Senior Project Analyst

Image via CrunchBase Creative Commons is seeking highly motivated and organized individuals to fill two positions: Senior Project Manager and Senior Project Analyst.  Both positions are full-time with full benefits. Both positions will key members of the team supporting Department of Labor TAACCCT grantees. Ideal … Continue reading

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Distance Ed: No Significant Difference (Even Fictionally)

Image via WikipediaI am reading Hermann Hesse‘s “The Glass Bead Game” aka “Magister Ludi.” The perfect novel to get my mind off of work. The novel is about a student who navigates the labyrinthine academic and quasi-spiritual institution of the … Continue reading

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