January 28, 2008 -Politickin'
That's what we do till midnight most nights since the debates and primaries started. We haven't missed one yet.
I have a friend in my cohort who had breakfast with and was introduced by Mike Huckaby at a businessman's breakfast in Boca Raton, and I think that made Earnie a bit envious. He has a powerful testimony and spent 20 plus years in business before coming back to Seminary. The Lord uses him in powerful ways as a culture warrior.
Don't know what she was deliberating in her head at
Elearning! Magazine Readers Select Articulate Tools as Best for 3rd Straight Year
Articulate Presenter selected as best in multiple categories; Articulate Quizmaker chosen as best assessment tool
A YouTube for intellectuals? Heather Havenstein Ý
New site aims to spark an exchange of ideas among academics, politicians, writers and others and that bills itself as a conduit between global thought leaders and the public for sharing ideas on topics ranging from alternative energy to subprime mortgages, launched in beta on Monday Jan 8.
Report on foreign language learning
Studying the Effectiveness of the Discussion Forum in Online Professional Development Courses
As online professional development courses for teachers have grown, the discussion forum has become a locus of considerable research. This study analyzes the discussion forums in four different sessions of a short (4-week) online course for teachers from six schools in three states. This study also compares four methodologies, all of which have a visualization component.
Over 100 universities worldwide have joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in a conglomerate of schools promoting open courseware. Big names such as Johns Hopkins, Tufts and Notre Dame have also stepped in.Almost all MIT courses are now available on the internet for free and its OpenCourseWare website gets over 1 million hits per month, and an additional 500,000 hits to the translated versions. According to MIT, OpenCourseWear costs approx. $20,000 per course. The initiative was kicked off thanks to grants received from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. At present it is run through contributions from MITís budget and endowment along with visitor donations.
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