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Britannica Goes Completely Digital

Encyclopedia Britannica has announced that they will no longer publish the print edition of their most hallowed general reference resource (CBC news report). Since its first publication in 1768, Britannica has brought knowledge to the masses. In the pre-Internet era, … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Perspectives on Learning Technology

The Media Awareness Network (MNet) recently released the third part of its report, Young People in a Wired World. Phase III focuses on how teachers see the situation, and includes their perception of the state of affairs and ways to … Continue reading

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