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" what if someone created a Learning.Vois [service that matches tweets from 'mentors' and 'learners']? People who have knowledge skills to tweet might send messages with #haveknowledge and people looking to learn something specific can tweet #wanttolearn"
Looks like it could be a really simple and easy to comprehend service to facilitate social learning to me...
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"if you take the courses offered by StraighterLine -- in composition, economics, algebra, pre-calculus, and accounting -- you don't need to worry that the company isn't itself a college. StraighterLine has partnerships with five colleges that will award credit for the courses. Three are for-profit institutions and one is a nontraditional state university for adult students. But one college among the five is more typical of the kinds of colleges most students attend. It is Fort Hays State University, an institution of 10,000 students in Kansas."
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"Once a partner website integrates with Yahoo! Updates, users can start broadcasting their activities via Yahoo!.
* Users perform a social action (Rating, Review, Comment, Upload, Favorite) on the partner site.
* Users authorize the partner site to share their activities with Yahoo! through OAuth.
* Updates are generated and published on the Yahoo! Network.
* Updates are organized at Yahoo! into collections by user, relationship, context, and various combinations thereof.
* The Updates stream is displayed on multiple properties across the Yahoo! Network (depending on the permission level set by the user), as well as on sites off the Yahoo! Network.
* The user's Yahoo! connections, as well as other Yahoo! users (depending on the permission level set by the user), see this user's Update and can follow the link back to the partner site.