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Articles from T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) (February 1, 2013)

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7 CTOs share practical and strategic advice on how they are practicing smart IT in tough times. 2863
A growing number of student across the country could tell you that this headline means "teaching Mandarin remotely in the US." Here's how new distance learning technologies are making Chinese language learning flexible, affordable, and effective. Fredette, Michelle 1772
Bringing down the wall: schools are using configurable chairs, whiteboards, and even walls to give students control of their environment and inspire them to work together. Raths, David 1651
Creating device-neutral assignments for BYOD classes. Fortson, Kim 479
Design for the ages: creating collaborative spaces for different grade levels depends on picking the right design team. Lippman, Peter C. 1779
Innovator: Dr. Todd E. Keruskin, assistant superintendent Elizabeth Forward School District, Allegheny County, PA. Biography 476
Judi Rajala: 1964-2013: Judi was a force in the universe, and we will miss her. La Duke, Wendy Obituary 423
Just in time. Brief article 102
NCLB waivers: good news and bad news: waivers from the onerous No Child Left Behind requirements offer states and districts much-needed financial flexibility, but they can also lead to confusion. House, Jenny 1220
OER and the common Core: will the new state standards push more districts to start using open educational resources? Waters, John K. 2453
Off the shelves: libraries are redefining their lending mission in the age of digital devices and content. McCrea, Bridget 1401
Online resources for common core implementation. Brief article 118
Report: education could use more 'Connected Learning'. Brief article 180
Win a wireless lab. 155

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