Monthly Archives: July 2006

Now, Discover Your Strengths

Last summer at the EDUCAUSE Management Institute I won a challenge the faculty gave the participants. We had to think of five things to share about ourselves, share these observations with the group at our table, and then write up … Continue reading

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Preliminary Results of the 2006 ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology

Judith Borreson Caruso and Robert B. Kvavik  are beginning to release the findings of their latest survey of students and technology.  EDUCAUSE has posted a presentation that was given on June 29. 96 institutions participated (52 of which participated in … Continue reading

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Tourist Remover

Here's an interesting new service: Tourist Remover will take the tourists out of your pictures.  If you've got a series of sequential images of essentially the same shot, you can submit them all to the Tourist Remover service and they'll … Continue reading

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If you haven't had the chance to watch any of the videos yet, be sure to take a look at TEDTalks.  TED is an acronym for Technology, Entertainment and Design.  It seems to be a very exclusive conference, but this … Continue reading

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