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Jeff Johnson

Content used to be king (learning in an online world) - 0 views

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    There was a time when books, newspapers, magazines and journals were the prime source of content and information.  It was always your move! navigating the authority maze,  enjoying slow reading of (limited) information sources in order to gain a knowledge base that matched a particular curriculum outline. This was when content was king and the teacher was the sage on the stage. Now communication is the new curriculum, and content is but grist to the mill that churns new knowledge. Why?  I came across a few good reads this week that set me thinking and wondering about the changes that we must support in our teaching and in our library services.
Stéphane Métral

AllYouCanRead.com - The World's Largest Online Newsstand - 28,000 Newspapers and Magazi... - 0 views

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    Welcome to AllYouCanRead, a massive media directory of 22,800 local and international magazines and newspapers from all over the world. Over 200 countries are represented at AllYouCanRead.com.
J Black

Hearst to launch a wireless e-reader - Feb. 27, 2009 - 0 views

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    Hearst to try and stop newspapers from dying...with version of e-reader like the Kindle.
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