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Tagged with “education” (5)

  1. Pomplamoose: Making A Living On YouTube : NPR

    Nataly Dawn and Jack Conte of the YouTube sensation Pomplamoose are making a living as a successful band, but they’ve never had a CD printed. The story of their success reflects the changing nature of the music business, as well as artists’ ability to survive without the backing of a major label.

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=125783271

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  2. The Online Education Revolution Drifts Off Course : NPR

    In 2012, "massive open online courses" were lauded as the most important trend in higher education. But this year, educators and even students rebelled against the rapid expansion of online learning. Two of the biggest MOOCs say they’re making big changes in how they deliver their classes in 2014.

    http://www.npr.org/2013/12/31/258420151/the-online-education-revolution-drifts-off-course

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  3. Gene Koo & Scott Seider on Video Games and Pro-Social Learning

    Do video games cause aggressive tendencies and other negative behaviors? How can games create positive impacts on players and society? Could My.BarackObama.com really be considered “the most influential ‘video game’” in recent history? Gene Koo of the Berkman Center and Scott Seider of Boston University tackle a few of these fascinating questions.

    http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman/2009/05/20/gene-koo-scott-seider-on-video-games-and-pro-social-learning/

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