Dean Dad writes about how libraries’ missions are changing, with young technies studying in groups and older students looking for a quiet haven. The discussion, particularly about how to choose the right set of resources, is as insightful as the article.
Side-by-side timelines of the universe, one according to science and one according to the YEC’s (young earth creationists).
“Pursuasive design for sustainability” summarizes the way that tools can pursuade.
Laura Devany describes why cost and flexibility are pushing libraries to use open-source library managment systems.
Another article about the potential of the semantic web, this time for e-learning. Written by Chris Daly. The more of these I read, the more I think that Tim O’Reilly has it right. The Semantic Web is a dead end.
A South Florida Times report on a new charter school with a heavy emphasis on computer-based individualized learning. Technology could yet do to education what it’s done to the news business.