A hearty congratulations to Jennifer Egan, winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for her book, A Visit from the Goon Squad. Why are we doubly excited about Ms. Egan’s prize? Just take a look at her slidecast and you’ll see. This acclaimed author drafted and developed the book using … Read More..
Posts Categorized: education
In many cities around the world, kids and adults are returning to the classrooms for a new year at school. So much has changed for students and teachers. First with mobile phones, and now with social media. How can teachers and parents keep up? Along with the development of social … Read More..
We’d be asleep at the wheel if we hadn’t noticed the Twitter attention that Todd Ogasawara has been getting for his article “No Projector? Use QR Code & SlideShare to Share a Presentation on Smartphones.” In a nutshell, Todd describes how he solved the problem of having to … Read More..
Update – March 24, 2011 – The highly respected Economist Intelligence Unit, research arm of The Economist, has just published the presentation ‘Japan’s Economy After the Quake’. We have added the presentation to this article.
As the world witnessed the devastating earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that occurred in … Read More..
Universities are always looking for new ways to demonstrate the strength of their research and the quality their learning environment. How can a university differentiate itself as it strives to attract the brightest students and most respected faculty? In our ongoing focus on education, we spoke with Maria Arrellaga, Director … Read More..
Now that the traditional school year is well underway, a new burst of attention is being given to social media within the teaching environment. In a recent article on DailyCollegian.com entitled “How connected are your professors? More so than some might think,” Sam Hayes summarizes:
“The May 4