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Name: edtechnot Brief Description of the Site: Edtechnot is an online community of people who debate and discuss educational technology issues such as whether the routine use of technology by students and teachers will change teaching and learning or the impact of technology on student achievement. Writers Jane
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Edtechnot is an online community of people who debate and discuss educational technology issues such as whether the routine use of technology by students and teachers will change teaching and learning or the impact of technology on student achievement. Writers Jane Healy, Edward Tenner, David Thornburg, and others share their opinions and you can too.

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Technology in education is debated at edtechnot. Writers are placed into three categories, edtechnot, edtechyes, and edtechmaybe. Read articles, hear from a Featured Guest, discuss the Debate Big Questions, or check Links That Can Help. The site brings together educational technology users, with different opinions, to a common site for discussion, sharing, and learning.

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