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The Novel That Wasn't (But Will Be)

The last time I wrote anything for NaNoWriMo this year was November 8. After November 9, I mysteriously lost interest in a genre-bending crime-western about four elderly women who witness a murder and can only recall the gritty details of a bad acid trip they had together in their college days in the late 1960s. 433 more words

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Director's Corner (NEMLA Blog Post #15)

Greetings from Chicago!

Christmas music is now on the radio and stores are all decorated for the holiday season, but it’s 55 degrees fahrenheit outside.  From my office window up on the 18th floor, I can see students sitting on the Quad in between classes enjoying their lunch and getting ready for final exams as well as a few students practicing their skateboard skills. 1,210 more words

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5 Ways To Think, And Act, Like A Digital Technology Leader

When I read the title of this article by Joe McKendrick on the Forbes site, I thought it would be more of what we often see.   127 more words

Higher Ed

What Does Betsy DeVos Have in Mind for Higher Ed?

Via The Chronicle of Higher Education | News: http://ift.tt/2fqC04F

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Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for education secretary, posed last week with Mr. 1,962 more words

New Mexico Voters Approve GO Bond C on Nov. 8

This story was originally written for and published on the New Mexico News Port website. I wrote it collaboratively with three class members on Election Night (Nov. 1,045 more words

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