The ten most widely read online EDUCAUSE Review articles from 2010 focused on innovation, current IT issues, individual/collaborative learning, attention, openness, the future campus, scholarly publishing, and libraries.
In case you missed them in 2010:
|Innovating the 21st-Century University: It’s Time!
DON TAPSCOTT AND ANTHONY D. WILLIAMS
|Top-Ten IT Issues, 2010
BRET L. INGERMAN, CATHERINE YANG, AND THE 2010 EDUCAUSE CURRENT ISSUES COMMITTEE
|Individual Knowledge in the Internet Age
|Attention, and Other 21st-Century Social Media Literacies
|Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media
|Never Mind the Edupunks; or, The Great Web 2.0 Swindle
BRIAN LAMB AND JIM GROOM
|From the Campus to the Future
DIANA G. OBLINGER
|If I Were a Scholarly Publisher
|The Library Space as Learning Space
|Openness as Catalyst for an Educational Reformation
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