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Common Cartridge: e-Learning Made Easy

By More Posts (42) This is a guest blog post by Jim Farmer, Coordinator, Scholarly Systems Group at Georgetown University and editor at the eReSS project, University of Hull. On September 4, 2007, a summer morning in Adelphi, Maryland, the … Continue reading

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Making College Textbooks More Affordable: Part II

By More Posts (42) This is a guest post blog by Jim Farmer, Coordinator, Scholarly Systems Group at Georgetown University and editor at the eReSS project, University of Hull. On Friday, June 1st, the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance … Continue reading

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Making College Textbooks More Affordable

By More Posts (42) This is a guest blog post by Jim Farmer, Coordinator, Scholarly Systems Group at Georgetown University and editor at the eReSS project, University of Hull. On Friday, June 1st, the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Guest Posts by Jim Farmer

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) I’m pleased to announce that e-Literate‘s second guest blogger will be Jim Farmer. From his bio: Jim Farmer began his career in higher education as CIO for California State University Northridge and became the first … Continue reading

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Jim Farmer on the Impact of the Patent Wars

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) Seb Schmoller has posted an insightful, moving, and rather depressing reflection piece by Jim Farmer on the impact that the patent wars will have on education in general. Here’s a sample: Education patents and the … Continue reading

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