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June 14, 2007 by

How many of you give tests online?

I just finished grading all of my finals, calculated final grades, and told my particularly obsessive students if they had passed. However, an emerging trend points toward giving tests, posting grades, and otherwise assessing students online (or at least via some sort of spiffy hardware/software combination).

July 17, 2006 by

GTD for teachers

Today and tomorrow I'll be assisting with a Getting Things Done seminar here in Albuquerque that is being held just for teachers and administrators. In addition to the standard Roadmap seminar that presents the core GTD material in an intense, one-day format, we'll be brainstorming with teachers about GTD can work at three levels in their lives.

September 20, 1998 by

Deaf, blind student builds new worlds

For Krista Caudill - who has been deaf and blind since the age of 5 - the Internet has allowed her to communicate with others without the need of an interpreter. It's also inspired her to work on an engineering first: a laptop-based system that will "speak" as she types in Braille and also translate speech back into Braille, making communication even easier.


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