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JUDE BARBACK looks at the rise of note-sharing sites and the tenuous legal and ethical questions they raise for universities.

Making the most of minecraft

MONIKA KERN gives an insight into the parent's perspective of Minecraft.

Bringing 3D printing to the classroom

Education Review considers the viability and impact of 3D printing for New Zealand schools.

Making learning stories come alive with technology

Early childhood settings are embracing new software to share children’s portfolios with their families, but JUDE BARBACK asks whether people will mourn the inevitable loss of the printed learning journeys or embrace technological change?

Modern learning environments and learning technologies

CLAIRE AMOS questions whether ‘modern’ changes to the traditional classroom will really help improve students’ learning and outcomes.

Crying out for Chromebooks?

With schools well-versed in the tablet vs netbook debate, Google have thrown another option into the mix. Touted as cheap, fast and functional, could Google Chromebooks be just what schools are looking for?

There’s no iPad in team or is there?

Tablet devices are excellent for individual independent learning, but do they promote collaboration in the classroom? JUDE BARBACK finds out.

10 Twitter tips for teachers

Education Review suggests ten ways teachers can get more out of the Twitterverse.

Learning about e-learning

JUDE BARBACK looks at an increasing number of education courses in e-learning that are aimed to help inform teachers how to use emerging technologies to deliver a “future-focused education” for their learners.

Welcome to the worldwide classroom

DENNIS VIEHLAND discusses the possible threats and opportunities MOOCs pose for the traditional tertiary institution.
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