Christopher Dawson argues that Second Life is “dead in ed” — time drain, bandwidth requirements, and proliferation of adult content make it a poor choice when compared to BlackBoard snd Moodle.
Bill Thompson points out that most of us have become dependent on using computers to perform our day-to-day activities. Understanding how computers work should not be left to a small geek minority.
Shikha Dalmia argues that Obama is turning it’s back on principle in order to pay off the teacher’s unions and kill school vouchers in D.C.
Terry Anderson summarizes a new open-access m-learning book, Issues in Distance Education.
John K. Waters summarizes the issues about the future of Java and MySQL under Oracle.
StevenB’s post on the ACRLog advising writers to focus on critics who seriously question ideas.
David Munger summarizes recent research that shows the context in which we make moral decisions matters quite a lot.