Resources to begin exploring what we know about civic education as more states begin implementation of the Common Core State Standards.


On the promise and peril of joining one of the major new MOOC enterprises.


Examining how Coursera's resources and platforms might be used in state universities.


Video from Play Nice: The Science of Player Behavior by producers and scientists from Riot Games.


Exploring the analogies we use to explain and argue about MOOCs.


Comparing the advantages of interactive whiteboards with the affordances of other low-tech alternatives.


Video, slides, tweets, and notes from a Berkman Luncheon talk on personalized learning, technology and education reform.


A recap from Edcamp Boston organizer Tracy Sockalosky.


Final post in a series about evolving notions of the digital divide.


Invitation and slides for an upcoming talk at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.


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