[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
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I try to warn people I consult with about public relations and online reputation management to behave and do business… Read more Two Great Examples of the Age of Radical Transparency: iPhone 5 Leak and Gary Dell’Abate Smear Email
Several people have asked me questions (following the social media policy webinar I did with PaperClip Communications last week) about… Read more Five Tips for Faculty on Interacting With Students via Social Media
Too many resources are sucked up by the process of designing and re-designing our websites. We’re wasting valuable time poring… Read more The Case for Investing in the Mobile Web Continues to Build
Recently the Chronicle of Higher Education featured some discussion on an interview the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart did with Minnesota… Read more On Tim Pawlenty, Privatization and “iCollege”
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"