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Nancy Caramanico: @ncara Americans Reading More Ebooks on Computers Than Ereaders, Phones [http://zite.to/Ic8cAI
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Nancy Caramanico: @ncara Americans Reading More Ebooks on Computers Than Ereaders, Phones [http://zite.to/Ic8cAI

@fraserspeirs: Another successful 1:1 iPad program. High schools *can* do it too. http://hookedoninnovation. com/2012/02/29/data-andanalysis- of-a-high-school-11-ipadprogram/

@tomwhitby: Using Twitter To Support Learning http://zite.to/ HPZaj4

Monte Tatom: @drmmtatom Advice from My Go-To Google Docs Guy about Managing Google http://tinyurl.com/7fkllnf

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