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NPR: Army Looks To Schools To Find The Next Cyberwarriors. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwgcq8qAI
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NPR: Out Of The Fields And Into Computer Science Classes. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIw3fzzmQI
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Great resource for educators using media in the classroom...
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ABC News: Google Glass Changes Quadriplegic's Life. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwi7XE3wI
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Highlights several key challenges to the MOOC movement including what could be considered an existential threat to our current method for delivering instruction. Although this "star" defects, he will soon represent an anomaly as the profit motive will eventually lead to a cadre of rock star professors who can command huge audiences (e.g., 40K) and salaries while delivering a higher quality product (i.e., more effective teaching) than our current population of professors to the consumer (i.e., students and their parents who are paying tuition). 
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More than 40 percent of 25-year-olds carry student loan debt. Congress last month reached a deal on student loan interest rates—but some argue the true problem is the escalating overall price of earning a degree. Wonkblog's Dylan Matthews talks with Nia-Malika Henderson about the skyrocketing costs of college.
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Haha I wish, he's the man!! I meant teaching resources on his website.  I use alot of his stuff in my classes.
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hum? ... feels like Sesame Street in the 70's?!  ... thx for posting Matt.
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    Assistant Professor, 2006 - present
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Campo, Cameroon - Subic Bay, Phillipines - Kaohsuing, Taiwan - Boston, MA - Charlottesville, VA - Norfolk, VA - Jacksonville, FL
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Assistant Professor in Instructional Technology at Radford University in Virginia. From 2006 to 2007, I was a postdoctoral fellow in learning technologies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the director of the Handheld Augmented Reality Project (HARP). I earned my Ph.D. in Educational Research, Statistics, and Evaluation at the University of Virginia, where I focused on the impact of ubiquitous computing on student learning and the classroom environment. Prior to completing my formal education, I lived overseas teaching English as a Second Language in Cameroon, Central Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer and then independently in Taiwan, Republic of China. I am currently exploring how mobile technology and augmented reality can be used to improve academic and socio-cultural skills for K-16 school students. In addition, I am a co-founder of an augmented reality development company called MoGo Mobile, Inc. Sign up for email notifications about our augmented reality development platform at playfreshair.com
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  • University of Virginia
    Education, 2001 - 2006
  • Harvard University
    Educational Technology, 2006 - 2007
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The 3 P’s of Manhood: A Review
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College credit doesn't depend on seat time anymore
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At two universities in the U.S., students earn degrees by proving mastery of skills and concepts instead of earning credit hours. The school

Diane Ravitch: School privatization is a hoax, “reformers” aim to destro...
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Our public schools aren't in decline. And "reformers" with wild promises don't care about education — just profits

Educational Media & Technology in 2013: What’s Next?
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The Rise of India as an App Superpower
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The world is getting 'App'ified – and India is leading that change! Apps are driving the Mobile ecosystem, similar to how websites powered d

Qualcomm makes a timely entrance with full-featured Toq Mirasol smartwat...
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Qualcomm's certainly made a name for itself in the mobile chipset space, but the company's past attempts at creating a fully baked consumer

Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch and Note III to Be Announced Today (Liveb...
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By JOANNA STERN Today, 10:46 AM EDT. The time has come. Quite literally. Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy Gear smartwatch today along wit

Universities and Other Groups Earned $2.6-Billion From Inventions in 2012
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The Association of University Technology Managers said the organizations had filed for 14,224 new U.S. patents and had formed 705 start-up c

EDET 620 - Course
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EDET 620. My goal this semester is to give you a foundation of factual knowledge that you can build upon for the rest of your careers, while

Scientists Create Augmented Reality Glasses for College Professors
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Scientists in Madrid recently created "intelligent glasses," which are designed to assist professors who are teaching large lecture classes.

Augmented reality glasses to let teachers gauge students' response
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Spanish researchers say a system using intelligent glasses will allows professors to get feedback from students on whether they're understan

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An Education Discussion with Legs | FutureReady | The North Carolina Ne...
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“When competing in a global economy, educating our next generation is the capital creation of the information economy.” –Jim Whitehurst, CEO

Pesticides to blame for bee-colony collapse
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Pesticide corporations fighting back. Scientists have been hard at work cracking the “mystery” of colony collapse disorder. [“Studies link p

A look at our gamified, augmented-reality future
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In a disturbing vision of what's to come, a short Israeli film imagines the merging of big data, social media, gamification, and AR. Read th

Augmented reality apps turn smartphones into digital tour guides | Digit...
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Augmented reality apps make tourist recommendations, directions and even language translations instantly pop up through your phone’s camera