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Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest Bhaskar Chakravorti, Christopher Tunnard, Ravi Shankar Chaturvedi,February 19, 2015 More)
Higher ed: Innovation and digital transformation
Higher education: Innovation and digital transformation More)
Constructivism: Lecture and project-based learning
The blog entry title initially was: Constructivism: Lecture versus project-based learning Actually, the article is about both lecture and group work finding a niche in the complex process of teaching and learning. Excellent points, ideas and (More)
Library Innovation
Bobbi Newman runs a great blog on all things library related.  Recently she posted a great slide deck titled More)
(What If…) Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences Awards
Major leaders from the technology industry (Google, Facebook, Apple, and Mail.ru) have joined together to create a not-for-profit corporation, Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, that wil (More)
(What If…) Build a School in the Cloud
Sugata Mitra has won the $1 million TED Prize for his wish to build a school in (More)
ISELF Tour
Last week I was fortunate enough to join a few other members of the ITS team on a tour of the new ISELF building. Dean DeGroote was kind enough to be ou (More)
Creative Response to a Nexus of Forces?
Recently Gartner held their annual Gartner Symposium where they discussed what they see as the onset of a “nexus of forces” descending onto businesses and forcing IT departments to change their perspective.  PC Magazine has a great article More)
More on Education and Technology
I mentioned in my last post that I like to follow what some other innovative institutions are doing.  That post I focused in on Cornell’s IT Strategic Plan.  Another university that I se (More)
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