Monthly Archives: October 2011

Google Reader incorporating some Google + social features, and what it means for educators

In the next week or so, Google is planning to integrate some of the social features of Google + into Google Reader. According to the Official Google Blog, Reader will eventually discontinue its current system of sharing and following feed … Continue reading

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ATHEN Report on the Accessibility of Google Documents

The Access Technology Higher Education Network (ATHEN) recently published a report on the accessibility of Google Documents. Google has been attempting to make its Documents service more accessible to users with disabilities, but according to ATHEN’s report, they still have … Continue reading

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Sneak a Little Science into their Day: Blogs in Teaching with Kathryn Clancy

Join us this Wednesday as our Teaching with Technology Brown Bag Series continues with Kate Clancy (Anthropology) discussing her experiences with blogging, teaching with blogs, and science writing in general. Kate is a fun and engaging presenter whose popular blog … Continue reading

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