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What would you consider cheating in homework?

I came across this question and as I am not a teacher I am a bit puzzled here. What is considered to be cheating in homework? I know that s…

Started by Or-Tal Kiriati

20 Sep 5, 2018
Reply by Sarah Taylor

Social media as a teaching tool: 9 cool examples

Here are nine cool examples of professors integrating social media into their schools. How are you using social media?

Started by Diana Hansen

1 Aug 4, 2011
Reply by Amanda Krolikowski

MIT's Project New Media Literacies Conference: Learning in a Participatory Culture

Announcing our Spring conference: Learning in a Participatory Culture At NML's May 2nd conference, we will share our new web-based learnin…

Started by Erin Brockette Reilly

8 Apr 28, 2009
Reply by Erin Brockette Reilly

Save Personal Learning Networks in Wikipedia

In a previous post I wrote that I was providing recommendations to the NYC DOE about Personal Learning Networks. I looked at Wikipedia’s en…

Started by Lisa Nielsen

0 Apr 10, 2008

Information literacy for today's students -- ideas needed

Several years ago I wrote a feature article for Technology & Learning magazine on information literacy -- how to help students be criti…

Started by Judy Salpeter

0 Mar 20, 2008

Harry Potter and Wikipedia

Hello All, Hey--there's a great learning opportunity available to anyone who read the last Harry Potter. It's absolutely fascinating. If yo…

Started by Connie Weber

4 Aug 1, 2007
Reply by Alice Mercer



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