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Drupal to WordPress Migration
Getting a Mainstream Publisher to Acknowledge Its Sources
Roy Pea at Becta's 6/11/2008 Research Conference
Blackboard V. Desire2Learn Round Up
Dasher - Open Source software helping skilled users to write at over 30 words a minute by pointing
Blackboard V Desire2Learn - Claim Construction Briefs Filed
Blackboard Inc. V iParadigms LLC Is a Defensive Reaction
Academic Earth - Founder Richard Ludlow Answers Some Questions
Lucy Kellaway's Diatribe Against Brainlessly Upbeat Business Language
Problem-Based Learning - York Law School's Guide for Students
University of the People - Providing Low Cost Online Degree Courses Worldwide
Automatic Metadata Collection. Humans Not Obsolete. For the Foreseeable Future.
2 Billion People Own Mobile Phones
Blackboard Patent. John Mayer Interviews Various Lawyers With Patent Knowhow
Economic Implications of Alternative Scholarly Publication Models
Google's Patent Search
Educational Change and ICT
Learning Light, Sheffield - Jane Hart and Vaughan Waller Move On
Grid Computing, Facebook, and YouTube
BBC Suspends Jam, Its Flagship Online Learning Web Site
One Laptop Per Child and the Commonwealth of Learning
Does Pearson'S Purchase of eCollege Give It the Muscle to Compete with Blackboard?
Becta's Process for Giving New Shape to the E-Strategy for Education in England
Technophobe Teachers Wasting Millions?
Becta Reports Microsoft to the Office of Fair Trading
The $75 Laptop
Is the Open University Making the Right Content Open in OpenLearn?
Microsoft Vista and Office 2007: Becta Says Review the Findings of the Report Before Considering Any Large-Scale Investment or Deployment
Selecting Content for OpenLearn - an Insider Account
Should Higher Education Course Materials Be Free to All? Leo Pollak in the IPPR's Public Policy Research
Videos of keynote and invited speaker sessions at the 2009 ALT conference
Data is not the plural of anecdote. Eric Mazur talks about how to improve large group learning.
Lessig: Just how badly have we messed up the architecture of access to scientific knowledge?
The future of learning and technology
Sixth report from the Norvig/Thrun/Stanford/Know Labs Artificial Intelligence course
Richard O’Dwyer, a student and his computer
Why Open Access matters
Decoding Learning - a report that gets to the heart of the challenge of enhancing learning with technology
Do TIMSS and PISA tell us as much as media and political reaction imply?

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