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Nov 4th, 2009
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Room 401-403
Mountain Time
The Wall Street Journal and New York Times are abuzz with new developments in digital books, book readers, and open educational resources. Can these new approaches deliver savings and improve learning? When will they be ready for prime time? What is the role of IT? If you're interested in discussing how the landscape of digital learning resources is evolving—what's working, what isn't, and future priorities—come to this session and exchange notes and experiences.


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