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  1. Free Computer Engineering Classes From Stanford

    For the first time in its history, Stanford is offering some of its most popular engineering classes free of charge to students and educators around the world.the Stanford website explains. The address for SEE is http://see.stanford.edu - the...

  2. SearchDay | A Tale of Two Links

    Using Twitter as an Education Tool SEM.EDU Innovations are popping up everywhere as educators find more uses for Twitter and other social media tools to cater to 21st century students. Today's Top Story:

  3. SEW Experts: Using Twitter as an Education Tool

    Innovations are popping up everywhere as educators find more uses for Twitter and other social media tools to cater to 21st century students. In today's SEM.edu column, "Using Twitter as an Education Tool," Ron Jones outlines a few examples of...

  4. SearchDay | Would You Endorse this Web Site?

    So what's that mean for educators and marketers? YouTube-ery: Online Videos as Learning and Marketing Tools SEM.EDU YouTube is user-generated content at its best.and worst. Today's Top Story: WilliamFlaiz

  5. The Search Engine Report, August 2, 2001, Number 57

    Produced by librarians and educators, the Scout Report is a weekly highlight of top resources that are valuable to any researcher. Susan Calcari 1956-2001 http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/about/susan.html The Internet Scout Project http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/

  6. The Search Engine Report August 2, 2001-Number 57

    Produced by librarians and educators, the Scout Report is a weekly highlight of top resources that are valuable to any researcher. Susan Calcari 1956-2001 http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/about/susan.html The Internet Scout Project http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/

  7. The Search Engine Update, July 17, 2001, Number 105

    Produced by librarians and educators, the Scout Report is a weekly highlight of top resources that are valuable to any researcher. Susan Calcari 1956-2001 http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/about/susan.html The Internet Scout Project http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/