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Rob Reynolds
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My nephew, Cody Reynolds, is a trauma nurse in Dallas and helped start a program at hospitals there called Capes4Kids. It's amazing what a community can do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRPl_zOWc3A

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I have definitely been remiss of late with regards to blogging and sharing. That said, here is my latest post to our EdBooks blog. This comes out of our internal conversations about the importance of personal service for faculty.

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In episode 1 of our e-Literate TV case study on Northern Arizona University, we gave a broad overview of the suite of initiatives (primarily) targeted at helping first-year students amidst the tensions coming from growing enrollments. ((Disclosure: Our…

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Nice post by +David Wiley on the need for a “platform” that can provide functionality similar to publisher products.

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This is the second post in my series on what differentiates 21st century educational publishers. This post focuses on content and its value to next-genration publishers. 

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Not surprisingly, the two critical elements needed to support personalized learning are good teachers and plenty of time. No shortcuts, I'm afriad.

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Bill McCoy outlines the benefits of the IDPF-W3C merger for the EPUB standrd.

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Sharing this with my Learning Environment Design collection.
+David Wiley does a good job in this post of pointing out the complexity of learning environments and learning.

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+David Wiley does a good job in this post of pointing out the complexity of learning environments and learning.

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Here is the first in a series of posts on what it means to be a 21st century publisher. We're working to define our company and culture according to these characteristics. I welcome any feedback on these. +Stacy Zemke and I are thinking deeply about our responsibilities to the broader learning community, as well as to our adopting partners. We feel like this outline is a good start.
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