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MediaInEducation.com
Welcome to Media In Education

This site is dedicated to providing a place to learn about how presentation media and advanced technology can be used in the learning environment, and to promote interaction among educational practitioners.

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Retrofitting Technology In Renovation Construction Projects
Learn the key issues in integrating educational technology in existing facilities where a high degree of historic preservation is desired. . . . keep reading

Stimulus Funds For Technology In Schools Must Be Spent Wisely
Federal and state funding for educational technology should be money well spent. Read about how to avoid the most common pitfalls. . . . keep reading

Case Study: Hawes Hall At Harvard Business School
Business schools have perhaps the most complex aray of audiovisual capabilities of any academic institution. Check out the new classrooms at Harvard Business School . . . keep reading

Mr. "Audiovisual"
Hubert Wilke, also know as Mr. "Audiovisual" to many in the business, literally invented the idea that multimedia presentation facilities could and should be designed as an integration of architecture, infrastructure, unbiased design specifications, and quality installation. Here is his story. . . . keep reading


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Universities With the Best Free Online Courses
No tuition money? No problem! There are many top universities that offer free courses online. This list ranks several of the best free university courses available for people who want to enhance their personal knowledge or advance in their current field. . . . keep reading

Ten Things You Should Know Before Buying A High Def DVR
With the recent launch of CableCARD Vista Media Centers, many people are reconsidering buying (or upgrading to) a high definition DVR. But with all the different choices and various benefits and drawbacks of each, it's hard to choose the one that's right for you. . . . keep reading

Bill Gates Speaks At Harvard June 7, 2007
The following is a speech made by Bill Gates at Harvard on June 7, 2007. Thought provoking stuff.... . . . keep reading

The Myth about Techies "IT Is for the Techies."
The authors discuss the importance of university CIOs and other senior executives having basic IT knowledge to make IT investment decisions. . . . keep reading

Exploring The Future Of Learning
If someone from a century ago were suddenly transported into today's home, they would be confounded by the way that technology has transformed it. The teen-ager IMing friends, a college student visiting the online world Second Life or dad checking his work e-mail would all seem bizarre and alien. But they'd probably feel pretty much at home in a school classroom: The teacher's still up front, talking to students in desks who are writing notes with pencil and paper. Bridging the gap between those two worlds -- the dynamic, changing technology children use at home and the relatively unchanged classroom -- is the subject of a conference at Duke this weekend called "The Future of Learning." . . . keep reading


EDTECH RESEARCH
The Myth about Techies "IT Is for the Techies."
The authors discuss the importance of university CIOs and other senior executives having basic IT knowledge to make IT investment decisions. . . . keep reading

Entering the Interaction Age
With directed effort, some ingenuity, and a future-focused vision, colleges and universities should be able to identify and leverage existing technologies with which to build aspects of "future" campus learning spaces--today. . . . keep reading

Think Small! A beginner's Guide to Using Technology to Promote Learning.
Incremental steps toward integrating technology in teaching can pay big dividends. . . . keep reading


Geeks Only
10 ways to get a grip on your e-mail
Here is a startling bit of arithmetic: If you get and send 100 e-mails a day, that adds up to 24,000 messages annually, on which you probably spend an average of 100 workdays. If you could manage to reduce the amount of e-mail you send and receive by 20%, you'd free up 20 workdays a year to use for other things, like thinking up new ideas that could help further your career or, heck, taking a longer vacation. . . . keep reading

101 Blogging Resources
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Top 10 Ubuntu Applications
Ubuntu 7.04 has quickly become the operating system of choice for millions of people around the world - whether they're Linux newcomers, Windows and Mac defectors or pony-tailed system administrators who wear watches displaying the time in binary. While Ubuntu comes jacked with useful applications out of the box, there's a big selection of free, thriving Linux desktop software which matches or betters their Windows and Mac counterparts in terms of features. . . . keep reading

20 Tips for More Efficient Google Searches
For millions of people, Google is an indispensable search tool that they use every day, in all facets of their lives. From work or school, research, to looking up movies and celebrities to news and gossip, Google is the go-to search engine. . . . keep reading

Windows Vista: Under The Hood
In what follows, we look at three remaining areas of major improvement for Vista: security, networking, and storage. At the end, we present the first round of our criticisms of the new OS. In the coming weeks, we will unveil our performance-oriented examination of the OS. Without further ado... . . . keep reading


Retrofitting Technology In Renovation Construction Projects
Michael David Leiboff
Learn the key issues in integrating educational technology in existing facilities where a high degree of historic preservation is desired. . . . keep reading
Case Study: Hawes Hall At Harvard Business School
Michael David Leiboff
Business schools have perhaps the most complex aray of audiovisual capabilities of any academic institution. Check out the new classrooms at Harvard Business School . . . keep reading
Mr. "Audiovisual"
Michael David Leiboff
Hubert Wilke, also know as Mr. "Audiovisual" to many in the business, literally invented the idea that multimedia presentation facilities could and should be designed as an integration of architecture, infrastructure, unbiased design specifications, and quality installation. Here is his story. . . . keep reading
Michael David Leiboff - Background
Mike Leiboff has spend the majority of his professional career helping clients develop customized audiovisual multimedia solutions for the learning and presentation facilities. . . . keep reading
Universities With the Best Free Online Courses
MIE Staff Writer
No tuition money? No problem! There are many top universities that offer free courses online. This list ranks several of the best free university courses available for people who want to enhance their personal knowledge or advance in their current field. . . . keep reading
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