Most folks talk about email bankruptcy. But I'm about to declare RSS bankruptcy. I'm swimming under a mountain of ed-tech news having been out-of-town. And if I don't address is here and now, well, there's no telling if I'll ever dig myself out.
So in lieu of a bunch of posts by me, here are a bunch of posts by others:
- Could BiblioBouts, an online sourcing game for academia, offer lessons for media literacy? Nieman Lab
- Texas Student Attends School as a Robot: A Sign of Things to Come Singularity Hub
- How to Identify and Locate National ICT and Education Policies The World Bank Blog
- InternMatch Raises $400k to Help Students Find the Perfect Internship Techcrunch
- iPhone App Raises Questions About Who Owns Student Inventions Wired Campus
- FledgeWing Student Entrepreneur Platform Launched in India The Next Web
- NComputing Takes Thin Clients Into Schools With Classroom-in-a-Box Venture Beat
- Brainchild Debuts Android Tablet for Schools THE Journal
- Educator marketplace TeachersPayTeachers pays out over $1M for lesson plans Venture Beat
- Google Art Museum brings Street View technology inside 11 museums from around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, the Hermitage, the National Gallery, and the Uffizi Gallery.
- Online science project site Zooinverse now offers groups for better management in class settings.
- Capella Education Company (i.e. Capella University) has acquired the social learning platform Sophia
- The LMS Schoology adds support for text-messaging
- The Pew Internet and American Life Project is holding a webinar next Wednesday on teen communication and social media.
I think that catches me up on about two-thirds of the stories I've got for you right now. More later...