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Access to Course Materials – Keeping Costs in Check

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Whether on-campus or online, the cost of university courses keeps going up. One of the hidden expenses for students is the cost of course materials, which can run up to $200 dollars per class. Some students have noticed even higher … Continue reading →
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Massive Open Online Course Research & Development Updates

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The University of Toronto continues to be a leader in the emerging field of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) research and development. In the past two months we have seen many exciting advancements within this Open Utoronto initiative. Highlights include: … Continue reading →
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Open Education Week (11-15 March)

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Open Education Week is a five-day celebration of the global Open Education Movement, featuring online and local events around the world, video showcases of open education projects, and information. This event is organized by OpenCourseWare Consortium in order to raise … Continue reading →
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Hello world!

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  First post for my blog for the Open Learning ’17 initiative.
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SMS and wireless internet free to Minneapolis students

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The fact text messaging actually costs carriers nothing  combined with the fact that free wireless internet service is also available to connect students in Minneapolis with the servers at Minneapolis Public Schools means that students and teachers in Minneapolis should be able to use Twitter and Moodle in their “classrooms”  which could be anyplace in […]
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AT&T to start offering $50 netbooks

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With a two year contract, of course. see Stribune article from 4/18/09 http://www.startribune.com/business/43208492.html?elr=KArks:DCiU1OiP:DiiUiD3aPc:_Yyc:aUU This is a big deal because it means that there will likely be a more significant source for internet devices.  If the trend keeps up people and businesses will want a place to unload their ‘old’ netbooks.  Sabier will be there to […]
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