How to Combat Plagiarism | Edutopia
Blame the Internet? Or blame the assignment? My latest @edutopia story is about students and plagiarism http://t.co/v0nYemsl
The Myth of Online Predators – The Daily Beast
Sent this to a concerned parent this week: The Myth of Online Predators: http://t.co/j8IY3kGH #safety
The Steve Jobs I Knew – Walt Mossberg – Mossblog – AllThingsD
The Steve Jobs I Knew — Some of my remembrances of a great man: http://t.co/3biPrA9D
‘This Stuff Doesn’t Change the World’: Disability and Steve Jobs’ Legacy | Epicenter | Wired.com
‘This Stuff Doesn’t Change the World’: Disability and Steve Jobs’ Legacy http://t.co/3iJJsFTE by @tcarmody
Good on you, Steve. Thank you for remembering that
Good on you, Steve. Thank you for remembering that liberal arts and engineering are better together.
Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005 – YouTube
RIP Steve Jobs. His classic Stanford 2005 Commencement speech http://t.co/glMRPSoB
Steve Jobs was better than Santa Claus, because he
Steve Jobs was better than Santa Claus, because he’d show up once a year and offer us toys that we’d ever even imagined could exist.
TechLearning: Finding Heroines: Ada Lovelace Day
Finding Heroines: Ada Lovelace Day http://ow.ly/6NXsF
Steve Jobs: How to live before you die | Video on TED.com
(via TED.com) A most inspiring talk. Steve Jobs believed this. A good share for class tomorrow morning. http://t.co/NaX4ZrGD
91% Of Hiring Mangers Use Social Networking To Screen
Students need to be aware of the digital footprint they are creating on social networks and how their use of social networks can impact them in a future job search.
BOOK RIOT | News, reviews and commentary on books and reading, except, you know, fun
Book Riot is dedicated to the idea that writing about books and reading should be just as diverse as books and readers are. So sometimes we are serious and sometimes silly. Some of our writers are pros. Many of them aren’t. We like a good list just as much as we like a good review. We think you can like both J.K. Rowling and J.M Coetzee and that there are smart, funny, and informative things to say about both and that you shouldn’t have to choose.
The History of England
A weekly podcast and blog on the history of England from the Arrival of the West Saxons in 516 to the death of Victoria in 1901.
Bless thee! Thou art Translated! « Folger SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY
What happens when we rely on translations instead of Shakespeare’s language? I completely agree with this article.
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