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January 25, 2012
There was an interesting article in Forbes last week, “Disruption: Coming Soon to a University Near You.” 
January 25, 2012
I want  be very careful and cautious when talking about how to best identify and remediate security vulnerabilities in our learning management systems (LMS).  The security of our LMS platforms is too important a topic in which to draw conclusions or recommendations in the absence of expert recommendations and an informed discussion.
January 25, 2012
With more than 3,000 views on YouTube, Kellen Story's "Stuff Hall Directors Say To RAs...because swearing doesn't help build community" is a fantastic glimpse into the day-to-day humor that arises in residence life. Story, a graduate hall director and member of the SAAHE program at Ball State University, created the video "hastily," because "hall directors have a lot of work to do." It's satire at its finest. Story's story (how could I not resist doing that) on YouTube paints an accurate and humorous picture of stereotypical res life moments.
January 25, 2012
I was shocked this weekend after calling car insurance companies to add my 16 year-old daughter, Katie, to my plan. Nick, my 18 year-old, is already covered, but apparently — due to some fortunate confusion by an agent — I was paying the Illinois rate (the state in which I work), not the Florida rate where my second car and teenagers are located.
January 25, 2012
Last week, I described the new iTunes U app as a "pseudo-LMS."  I've been thinking more about what that means -- about the implications of Apple's decision to re-present its educational content this way and how it contrasts to some of the education startups that are challenging what a LMS should look like.
January 25, 2012
Whether 'tis nobler to abide by a law out of sync with technology or to take arms against a sea of troubles, that is the question for the common user of the Internet who desires content at the lowest price point, instantaneously and within some framework of economic fairness and personal ethics.
January 25, 2012
What does workforce development look like? The question is becoming more important as the term is gaining political steam.
January 25, 2012
Although I’m the same age my mother was when she packed me off to college, I’m still a long way from knowing what it will feel like to send my own children out into the big, wide world. I appreciate the wisdom of my fellow bloggers who write about their experiences with college-aged kids. Even though my oldest is only ten, I get little hints every now and then of what it might be like to see him off on a life adventure.
January 25, 2012
Campus leaders report that their institutions do not make effective use of data to aid and inform planning and decision-making.
January 24, 2012
UF architecture prof Charlie Hailey at the National and University Library of Kosova.

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