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By Stephen Downes
April 28, 2005

IBM Joins Educational Open-source Sakai Project
Good news for the organizers of Sakai as IBM jumps onboard. According to IBM's Patrick Carey, "Embracing Sakai fits with IBM's overall business model, which is focused on open architecture, open standards and open source as the keys to faster innovation in all industries." Via Couros. By Press Release, University of Michigan, April 26, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

Technology Source Archives Are Under Construction
For those of you who missed the Technology Source archives, fear not, they're coming back. In this email to ITForum editor James Morrison explains where they went and wehere they're going. By James Morrison, ITForum, April 27, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

The eGranary Digital Library
Subtitled 'Delivering Digital Teaching Materials to African Universities.' According to the site: "The eGranary Digital Library provides Internet resources off-line to institutions lacking adequate Internet access. Through a process of copying Web sites and delivering them to intranet Web servers INSIDE our partner institutions in developing countries, we deliver millions of documents that can be instantly accessed over local area networks." Via Teachable. By Various Authors, April, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

Adult Literacy Meets Technology (AL-T)
New blog started for members of the adult literacy - technology mailing list, hosted by the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Australian Research Consortium (ALNARC). By Syed Javed, Michael Chalk and Robyn Jay, April, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

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