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Guest Post — Library Publishers Convene in Vancouver to Discuss Open Platforms and Open Educational Resources

The Scholarly Kitchen - July 15, 2019 4945

Heather Staines shares highlights of this year's Library Publishing Coalition Forum, especially the focus on open platforms and tools.


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Happy accidents

Learning with e's - July 12, 2019 4795

Propelling prisoners to bachelor’s degrees in California

Hechinger Report - July 12, 2019 4782

LOS ANGELES — The first time someone in jail tried to give Bradley Arrowood a textbook, he laughed at him. Education was the last thing on his mind. “When I was a kid, I was told I’d never amount to anything,” Arrowood said. Arrowood grew up in Orange County, dropped out of school at 16, […]


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Things Called “American” in Different Countries

The Scholarly Kitchen - July 12, 2019 4780

A Friday video showing different things around the world that are called, "American".


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Preschool for children with disabilities works, but federal funding for it is plummeting

Hechinger Report - July 10, 2019 4678

SURPRISE, Ariz. — Lindsey Eakin’s son Corbin was only six months old when she started to suspect something was wrong. Corbin, her third child, wasn’t babbling or cooing like his two older siblings had at his age and he was experiencing chronic, painful ear infections. His pediatrician at the time wasn’t concerned. But by the […]


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‘They just saw me as a dollar sign’: How some certificate schools profit from vulnerable students

Hechinger Report - July 10, 2019 4672

OAKHAM, Mass. –  The timing seemed fortuitous. The five people Jessica Evers lived with had left for work and school, leaving her alone to care for her infant daughter and browse the internet for schools. Back then, in 2010, she was 22 and her plan was to find a good job and move out of […]


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Guest Post — Common Threads: Doing Things Differently So We Can Do Different Things

The Scholarly Kitchen - July 10, 2019 4670

As the amount of scholarship continues to grow, Common Threads asks what new insights and utility can be found in reorganization of content for new audiences.


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