I blogged previously about how the Missouri Senate had banned teachers contacting students through unapproved channels (like corresponding with them… Read more Missouri Senate Repeals Facebook Friending Ban for Teachers
[Update: newly-signed law is now being challenged in court by the Missouri State Teachers Association | via Slashdot] The Missouri… Read more Missouri’s Ban on Teachers Friending Students on Facebook is a Golden Gate to Impracticality
Apropos of my recent post about the error uncovered in how Michigan colleges report data to the Federal Government, a… Read more The Importance of Data Integrity: Community College Rankings Based on Flawed Data?
Social Media Best Practices on Prezi A few people have asked what I used for the slideshow that accompanied my… Read more Recommended Slideware: Prezi
Every year, Google publishes what it calls “Year-End G0ogle Zeitgeist”; it sifts through all of the data collected throughout the… Read more Google Zeitgeist 2009 Results
I was troubled by a recent story in “Counsel” the publication of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations… Read more The Dangers of Pay-for-Play in Social Media
[Caution Spoilers] After “Ain’t It Cool News” tipped me off that Facebook “fans” of “Community” can watch the pilot episode… Read more A Community College PR Flak’s Review of “Community”
PayScale.com has returned with its “College Salary Report,” which purports to rank higher education institutions based on the salaries their… Read more PayScale.com’s [Bogus] College Salary Report
[Update: Am I prescient or what? Inside Higher Ed just published an article about the battle going on at the… Read more Accreditation as Protectionism in the New Economy
YouTube’s recent release of its “.EDU” site which features channels and content from educational institutions hints at a possible “open… Read more YouTube .EDU Hints at Possible Future of "Open Source Education"