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Links 1 through 10 of 199 by Doug Peterson tagged digital

"It's time to try out K-12 textbooks that won't gather dust on your classroom shelves. Here are the best sites for digital books that won't cost you a dime."

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"Plagiarism comes from the same root word as the word "kidnap". Whether you take someone's work intentionally or unintentionally and claim it as your own, you are plagiarizing."

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"If you’ve got a smartphone or a tablet in your classroom, you’re ready for the adventure to begin! By adventure I mean, of course, the world of active learning through digital scavenger hunts. In this hunt, students are tasked with finding a particular physical object, person, or place and have to use technology to track it down. Note: an ‘online scavenger hunt’ usually implies that you’re hunting around online and not physically with classmates. For the purpose of this article, I’m focusing on the physical version I’ve dubbed ‘digital scavenger hunts’."

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"As space and budget concerns continue to grow, many libraries are opting to forego building their print collections in favor of providing electronic resources. This new trend toward building digital libraries has been developing over the past several years in spite of the controversy over eliminating print materials."

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"Discussing digital literacy as a way to locate, understand, organize, evaluate, and create information using digital technology is one thing, but putting the concept into motion in the college classroom isn’t always easy. With new information resources proliferating daily, and some educators reluctant to change their "old ways" of teaching and disseminating information, professional development has become a key consideration for institutions that are looking to leverage digital literacy."

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"Make learning fun with interactive content
Easy for students to create their own projects
Perfect for history, literature, and more"

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I've become convinced that understanding how networks work is an essential 21st century literacy. This is the first in a series of short videos about how the structure and dynamics of networks influences political freedom, economic wealth creation, and participation in the creation of culture. The first video introduces the importance of understanding networks and explains how the underlying technical architecture of the Internet specifically supports the freedom of network users to innovate.

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"It has been another action-packed week. The Super Bowl happened Sunday, Facebook had a brief Internet takeover and ] the blizzard Nemo passed over to the Northeast.

We at Mashable have been busy covering the newest contraptions and gadgets in the digital world, and as always, our weekly features roundup will get you up to speed on social media, tech, business and lifestyles. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, we've also included several features to help you have a memorable holiday."

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" This playlist is intended to offer tools to make the case that it's critical to teach this, and then launchpad videos to seed classroom discussions once you've carved out that precious time."

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