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3/14/2013 | 10:18:06 PM
re: Who Owns Student Data?
This article is written with the assumption that the entire teaching staffs will utilize such a tool for learning and teach their classes solely with this tool. I believe that there are many forms of teachers, and professors, with different styles. Some will never utilize the resource simply because it is technology. Then consider these same thoughts on a much larger scale, say as a University. The specialized schools contained within usually divide universities that University, getting all of those departments to collaborate together is a task in itself that most Universities do not have. I love the idea but the reality is most teachers and professors will continue to teach the old fashioned ways where as some will utilize the technology as means of delivery.

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