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[Daily article] February 25: Theodore Komnenos Doukas

Theodore Komnenos Doukas (died c. 1253) ruled Epirus and Thessaly from
1215 to 1230, and most of Macedonia and western Thrace as Emperor of
Thessalonica from 1224 to 1230. 350 more words


Broadly: Gynopedia Is About to Become the World's Go-To Source for Women's Health Info

A new Web site aims to be a Wikipedia-like resource for women’s health around the world. “The concept of Gynopedia is simple: It’s an online, open-source, nonprofit health care database in the style of Wikipedia that offers women free information on a range of issues as they relate to different locations across the globe. 33 more words

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[Daily article] February 24: Westcott railway station

Westcott railway station served the village of Westcott,
Buckinghamshire, near Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild’s estate at
Waddesdon Manor. It was built by the Duke of Buckingham in 1871 as part… 442 more words


NPR: What Students Can Learn By Writing For Wikipedia

NPR: What Students Can Learn By Writing For Wikipedia. “Today, educators are among those more concerned than ever with standards of truth and evidence and with the lightning-fast spread of misinformation online. 30 more words

Around The Search & Social Media World

Visitors and Residents (David White)

White persuasively criticises Prensky’s digital natives and digital immigrants binary, and the conceptual assumptions underpinning it. In particular, White makes the important point that learning literacies  538 more words

Digital Natives

[Recommended Reading] Shantanu NARAYEN

Source: Shantanu NARAYEN Wikipedia

Shantanu Narayen (born 27 May 1963) is an Indian American business executive and the CEO of Adobe Systems. Prior to this, he was the president and chief operating officer since 2005.

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