The brave new world of ed-tech.
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A look at campus technology at Beijing Normal University, Peking University, and Tsinghua University.
A group of professors and teachers in China is having trouble trading tips for using the Internet for education because it is on a blocked Google discussion service.
Highlights from a panel discussion on cultural differences and Web 2.0 in the classroom.
Researchers on foreign collaborations are “as seen on TV.”
Most public colleges in Singapore now stage online-only weeks to practice for unexpected campus shutdowns.
But the country is building an unusual new campus, in partnership with MIT and a Chinese university.
Some students worry about the collaborative tool’s public nature and the ability to toss out or revise the work of their classmates.
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