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"World's First Massive Online Degree Program Starts Today" http://t.co/NVXlXahFhF
16 secrets of Google Drive #chromeedu http://t.co/DLxnLEHMdK
George Siemens to Lead Digital Learning Research at UT-Arlington - @gsiemens Congratulations!
SJSU SLIS Hyperlinked Library Certification: Peta Hopkins received credit from The Hyperlinked Library MOOC. http://t.co/z4zJibzR4R
Why we need our own language to talk about MOOCs: @jillian6475 http://t.co/4UdbJxtbIS < substantive collection of links too
RT @rayschroeder: 10 Surprising Social Media Factoids http://t.co/36D3CHx0to #edtech #elearning
For those who asked me y tech changes r disruptive 2 education, this might provide an answer http://t.co/mUC28DGh
Screencasting Toolkit http://t.co/3dpuZNy via @labnol_BLOG
Singularity Hub writes about the Khan Academy: http://t.co/33Q4D1r