WSJ on nuking privacy for profit

The Wall Street Journal took a look at the trackers (cookies, beacons, etc…) used by advertisers to track activity and connect various bits of data (what movies you like, what websites you go to, what music you buy, etc…) They claim that the data they store is anonymous. The information that companies gather is anonymous, […]

Notes: Vaughan & Garrison: Creating cognitive presence in a blended faculty development community

Vaughan, N. & Garrison, D.R. (2005). [Creating cognitive presence in a blended faculty development community](http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6W4X-4FPDRGW-2/2/4fc7b0658409bfe5002581de0ba0d383). The Internet and Higher Education. 8(1). pp 1-12. This study compares face-to-face and online discussions in a professional development course on blended learning. Specifically looking at the three forms of presence as defined as part of the community of inquiry […]