Monthly Archives: October 2012

Assessment and Innovation

Brian Mathews is a blogger at The Ubiquitous Librarian.  Recently, he posted the following article, “Too Much Assessment Not Enough Innovation.”  The title grabbed me.  I thought back to a lecture that David Lankes (June 13) gave on the same topic, … Continue reading

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Google Chromebook

The Google Chromebook is a $250 computer that runs no software, but instead runs off of Google applications, such as Drive.  $250 is a lot of money, but it is a price point that I believe allows a lot of people to … Continue reading

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