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Where Has All the Learning Gone?
Who Realy Owns General Education Content (or Can Any Gen Ed Title Really Be Unique)?
Protestant Majority Slips: A Sign of Things to Come in the LMS Wars
The Ideal Publisher's Digital Content Package for 2005-2006? -- A Portable Learning Environment
Create vs. Build -- Publishers and Their LMS Dilemma
Of Course the Curriculum Will Be Free -- It Always Has Been
I Believe the Curriculum Will Be Free, But...
Manifesto for a Free Curriculum
Concrete Steps for a Free Curriculum
Next is Now
Technology Trends for the New Year
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
The Relevance of Textbooks
Five Laws of Product Development for Education in the 21st Century
Weekly Research Index | April 23, 2010
Mobile Trends, E-books, and the Web
Nine Important Trends in the Evolution of Digital Textbooks and E-learning Content
News Consumption, RSS Readers, and New Business Models
Tablets Are the New Black for Digital Textbooks
Students Use of Facebook and YouTube: BOTW Jan 24-28
Digital Textbooks Reaching the Tipping Point in the U.S. Higher Education - A Revised Five-Year Projection
Two LMS Roads Diverged in a Wood
Are Things Really Broken or Is This How Change Really Feels?
Re-coding the Curriculum and Our Learning Content
Five Trends to Watch in Educational Technology
The Ultimate Hack: Re-coding Textbooks and Other Learning Content (Introduction)
What the Microsoft Investment in Barnes & Noble Means for E-textbooks

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