DC: Should law schools be pulse-checking what’s happening with space travel?!

Major Companies Are Expanding Into Space. We Need a New Space Treaty DC: Is this a topic for law schools now!?! I hadn’t lumped this […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: A Summer of Research, Outreach, and a Special Session

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

AI cannot be recognised as an inventor, US rules [bbc.com]

AI cannot be recognised as an inventor, US rules — from bbc.com An artificial intelligence system has been refused the right to two patents in […]

Reflections on “The Future of Social Media: Re-Humanisation and Regulation” [Leonhard]

The Future of Social Media: Re-Humanisation and Regulation — by Gerd Leonhard How could social media become ‘human’ again? How can we stop the disinformation, […]

DC: I’m not too crazy about this drone swarm…

Watch a Drone Swarm Fly Through a Fake Forest Without Crashing — from wired.com by Max Levy Each copter doesn’t just track where the others […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Progress, Policies, and Prom

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Several items – both good & bad – re: AI. Including “NYPD’s Sprawling Facial Recognition System Now Has More Than 15,000 Cameras” [Feathers]

From DSC: Again, as you can see from the items below…there are various plusses and minuses regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Some of […]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation [Sandman]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation — by Jim Sandman Excerpts: The National Center for State Courts estimates that in 76 percent of civil cases in […]

Ed Department Sets Expectations For Special Education As Schools Reopen [Diament]

Ed Department Sets Expectations For Special Education As Schools Reopen — from disabilityscoop.com by Michelle Diament Excerpt: With schools across the nation increasingly eyeing a […]

Listening to the Voice of Texas Teachers

For almost two decades  Project Tomorrow/Speak Up has annually surveyed K-12 students, parents, teachers, and administrators across the country. These online surveys have played a […]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers [Lepkowska]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers — from global-edtech.com by Dorothy Lepkowska EDUCATE webinar hears how countries coped with the Covid […]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities [Kreisa]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities — from by Meredith Kreisa Learning disabilities must be taken into account during the digital […]

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