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Robots in Education....  One use case involved a student receiving a diploma via a (robot) proxy crossing the stage.  I'd love to have one of these so I could walk the halls of our AZ campus.  Anybody have ideas for a $2,500 skunkworks/pilot project?
Campuses take personal interaction so seriously that they're willing to spend thousands of dollars on robots that give virtual students a
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This article encourages clinicians to consider the idea of "dual citizenship" to better understand digital communications.
Healthcare professionals should consider a digital dual citizenship when in comes to email because it would create a focus on digital communication strategies and push for clearer policies and accountability.
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+William Sexton This is for many of your mates.  +Jack Dillenberg +Christopher Halliday +Herb Kaufman +Liz Kaz +Jonny Brennan +Janet Woldt +Allison Crutchfield +Parker Crutchfield  Heads up for new technology you need to consider putting into the dental curriculum.
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Now THAT'S some innovative dental technology right there!
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Linkedin acquires Lynda.com

Bold vision for what these two companies can accomplish together. While the devil is in the details for an acquisition of this size, I am very excited about this combination of social networking and learning technologies.
Today, I am thrilled to share the exciting news that lynda.com has entered into an agreement to be acquired by LinkedIn.
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Good list of resources for discovering content from +Robin Good 
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Enterprise Wireless Issue with Samsung S5 (SM-G900P)

Over the last week or so, my Samsung S5 (+Samsung Mobile USA) began repeatedly losing connectivity with the enterprise wireless network at my office.  The phone connects and then a matter of seconds later loses connectivity, goes into scanning mode, and then indicates that it is "Ready to connect when network quality improves."  Seconds later it reconnects and the cycle continues.  It is killing my battery.  A couple of screenshots below.

Anybody else experiencing this or know anything about this issue?
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+Iain Leiter I believe it is happening everywhere on campus, but I'll pay closer attention to know for sure.  It is only occurring on my phone.  

I did some quick searching and based on this thread (http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s5/help/ready-to-connect-network-quality-t2993851) it looks like it may be an issue others are also seeing.
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File this under the category of "Why is it still difficult to get systems to talk to one another?".
Guest post by Glen Hobbs. Today's enterprises are distributed ecosystems. Employees, customers, partners and suppliers with different processes and systems need to connect. But the proliferation of endpoints (apps, systems, processes, data, mobile devices, etc.) coupled with the influx of ...
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Good article suggesting that our ability to learn is perhaps becoming more valuable than the knowledge we hold.
Work is changing, and as a consequence Jacob Morgan believes that one of the principles of the future employee (see infographic to the left) will be the shift from being a "knowledge worker" to bei...
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"New attachment turns a smartphone into a microscope that can image and size DNA molecules 50,000 times thinner than a human hair."

Very interesting technology from researchers at UCLA.  I'd love to hear your thoughts on this +Peter Kondrashov +Jay Crutchfield and Jonathan Olsen. 
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5 Stages of Workplace Learning (Revisited Again) | Learning in the Social Workplace

This post is an update from +Jane Hart on the changing face of "workplace learning".  It is a very quick but worthwhile read.  The original article was in 2010 and I think many of the original observations are even more relevant today.  To move to Stage 5 - collaborative learning/working "it's not about new tools but a new mindset."
In this post I take a look at how workplace learning has been changing over the last 5 years. In May 2010 I posted a diagram I had created that showed what I considered to be the 5 stages of Workpl...
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This looks interesting.  What do you think +Corey Sanford +Dean Maag +Barbara Bevell +Ryan Hutman ?
The Broadcaster mini and Livestream app are your solution for live streaming direct from your HDMI camera to any device in full HD.
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I would like to get one of these for us.  It removes the need for bringing a laptop/digital interface to do a live stream event.  Just plug into the camera and stream.
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Excited to see this work on Open Badges continue in 2015.
 
Good stuff: "Open Badges MOOC: The Year In Review [2014]" by @OpenBadges#badgealliance #digitalbadges http://www.slideshare.net/OpenBadges/open-badges-mooc-the-year-in-review-2014 via @lesposen
Open Badges MOOC Badges: New Currency for Professional Credentials https://badges.coursesites.com/
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  • A.T. Still University, Kirksville
    Assistant VP for ITS, 1998 - present
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  • University of Michigan
    Bachelor of Science, 1985 - 1990
    Mechanical Engineering, Economics
  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Master of Business Administration, 1994 - 1998
    Business, Strategic Planning
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