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Educational Blogs to Watch in 2008

I’m a little late this year getting my favorite blog list out to press – so without further adieu and in no particular order:  Professor Chad Orzel writes the Uncertain Principles blog and provides his readers with a wealth of science news, political issues and pop culture links.  I was immediately drawn in by his clever titles for his [...]

Educational Blogs to Watch in 2008

I’m a little late this year getting my favorite blog list out to press – so without further adieu and in no particular order:  Professor Chad Orzel writes the Uncertain Principles blog and provides his readers with a wealth of science news, political issues and pop culture links.  I was immediately drawn in by his clever titles for his [...]

Reporters are getting younger and younger

See what happens when 9-year old, Scholastic News Reporter, Shelby, goes one-on-one with Republican presidential hopeful, Rudy Giuliani.  Click here to view the video - which takes a minute to load – but drives home the point that students at any age can be interested in news that affects them and their families; they are also capable of asking [...]

Reporters are getting younger and younger

See what happens when 9-year old, Scholastic News Reporter, Shelby, goes one-on-one with Republican presidential hopeful, Rudy Giuliani.  Click here to view the video - which takes a minute to load – but drives home the point that students at any age can be interested in news that affects them and their families; they are also capable of asking [...]

Good TIMES @ Flickr?

How’s this for, getting with the TIMES? New York Times writer, Heather Havenstein, reports: "As part of an effort to expand access to its photograph collections and tap the collective knowledge of user-generated content, the Library of Congress Wednesday launched a pilot project with photo-sharing site Flickr to publish some 3,000 photos."

Good TIMES @ Flickr?

How’s this for, getting with the TIMES? New York Times writer, Heather Havenstein, reports: "As part of an effort to expand access to its photograph collections and tap the collective knowledge of user-generated content, the Library of Congress Wednesday launched a pilot project with photo-sharing site Flickr to publish some 3,000 photos."

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