77 Free web resources to try out this summer. Actually, I usually just pick 2 or 3 as that is all I can handle. From Richard Byrne at Free Tech for Teachers
Some commentary of the backlash that is beginning against “greedy publishers” for the Georgia state lawsuit that threatens the current definition of fair use used by most institutes of higher education.
This is an important read and important case for anyone in higher education to follow as it can shift the very definition of scholarly work to a system that encourages open sharing versus the use of traditional publishers. This could be a case that publishers live to regret.
“A closely watched trial in federal court in Atlanta, Cambridge University Press et al. v. Patton et al., is pitting faculty, libraries, and publishers against one another in a case that could clarify the nature of copyright and define the meaning of fair use in the digital age.”
A “Skype Feud” where students answered questions against students in another classroom via Skype. What an exciting activity for students!
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