Tag Archives: Steven-Zucker

Please Welcome Beth Harris and Steven Zucker

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) I am delighted to announce that my friends Beth Harris and Steven Zucker will be joining e-Literate as featured bloggers. Beth and Steven are the creators of smARThistory and the first faculty hired by Khan … Continue reading

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What Are Ed Tech Entrepreneurs Good For?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) The recent ASU Education Innovation Summit, which brought together venture capitalists with aspiring ed tech entrepreneurs, created quite a stir in the edublogosphere and the edutwitterverse. A lot of the reaction came from people who … Continue reading

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Khan Academy Contributes to the Google Art Project

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) My friends Beth Harris and Steven Zucker, formerly of smARThistory, now of smARThistory at Khan Academy, have announced that they contributed 90 art history videos for the newly launched version 2 of the Google Art … Continue reading

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Great OER Presentation in Eastern Mass Next Week

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) My good friends and fellow SUNY escapees Steven Zucker and Beth Harris will be giving a talk about their amazing art history open educational resources website smARThistory on Friday, October 1st at UMassOnline. There are … Continue reading

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Check Out smARThistory

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) Just want to give a quick shoutout to my friends Steven Zucker and Beth Harris for their beautiful work on the newly redesigned smARThistory web site. When I think about Open Educational Resources, this is … Continue reading

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