by Audrey Watters on 19 Nov, 2011
Tags: aaron swartz, amazon, american library association, andy russell, arne duncan, chegg, children's app manifesto, daniel donahoo, department of education, dml competition, edublog awards, ferpa, georgia tech, google, google code-in, google scholar citations, hastac, inside higher ed, itunes, jstor, kindle fire, launchpad toys, live@edu, microsoft, minecraft, national autonomous university of mexico, no child left behind, occupy wall street, open access, open badges, open textbook challenge, ratemyprofessors, reddit, saylor foundation, stanford university, techdirt, the chronicle of higher education, twitter, wiki
Audrey Watters is an education writer, a recovering academic, a serial dropout, a rabble-rouser, and some days, ed-tech's Kassandra.
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