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The Man Who Stole Himself - "Dinner & a Lecture"

Just a Reminder from HBF…
Historic Beaufort Foundation
Dinner & a Lecture – Oct. 27, 2014

Freedom is More Than Changing Cages

Historic Beaufort Foundation continues its Dinner and a Lecture series with a talk by Thomas Thibeault, author of “The Man Who Stole Himself”. 111 more words

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Reflections on research into digital learning - lecture at BURCH University (Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herz.)

The following is the Prezi for my session at BURCH International University on Thursday 9th October 2014.

Also available here: https://prezi.com/gi73acm6l3s1/reflections-on-digital-literacy-research-and-digital-methodologies-burch-international-university-sarajevo-bosnia-herz-9th-oct-2014/#

In this lecture, I talked about how research into digital learning and literacies can sometimes be characterised by hype, the kind of hype that reflects how we talk about new technologies when they emerge. 222 more words

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Beaufort County Celebrates October Archaeology Month

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Patrones agregativos

“Patrones agregativos”. Conferencia magistral por Leonardo Novelo / CEO – Founder de INPUTmap enELISAVA Escola Superior de Disseny i Enginyeria de Barcelona. Lunes 21 de Enero de 2013 de 13:00 a 15:00 hrs. 34 more words


Geo - Geo

“GeoGeo”. Conferencia magistral por Leonardo Novelo / CEO – Founder de INPUTmap en ELISAVAEscola Superior de Disseny i Enginyeria de Barcelona. Jueves 16 de Enero de 2014 de 9:00 a 11:00 hrs. 50 more words


Seminar & Celebration at BCHS's 75th Anniversary

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Beaufort County Historical Society
Saturday-Nov. 8th 10:30–2:00
USCB Center for the Arts

The Beaufort County Historical Society is celebrating our 75th Anniversary with a multi speaker… 186 more words

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Why Mindful Lecture Notes Beat Writing Everything Down

A recent study found that a pen and pad is better for taking lecture notes than typing them on a laptop.

This may say more about the way we use tools for making notes. 662 more words