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North Carolina's Digital Success Story
EdSurge
For over a decade, North Carolina has been the site of one of the most sustained, successful initiatives in education: giving all students in all schools access to broadband internet with WiFi in every classroom by 2018. Stakeholders—from educators ...



“Cold Mountain” 20 years later
Lincoln Times-News
“It was not a book that required following from front to back, and Inman simply opened it at random, as he had done night after night in the hospital to read until he was calm enough for sleep.” That book was “Bartram's Travels,” as described in ...



Chapelboro.com

One on One: “Cold Mountain” 20 years later
Chapelboro.com
Preview the upcoming program on UNC-TV's North Carolina digital channel (Spectrum #1276) on Fridays at 8 p.m.. This Thursday's (August 24) guest is Kenneth Janken, author of “The Wilmington Ten Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the ...

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ansys acquires North Carolina digital developer
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Ansys Inc. announced Tuesday it has acquired Computational Engineering International Inc., an Apex, N.C.-based developer that creates tools to analyze, visualize and communicate simulation data. The Canonsburg-based software engineering company ...

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Argyle Report (blog)

For ten years, I wrote stories and columns for Tar Heel Monthly magazine, Tar Heels Today, and CAROLINA digital ...
Argyle Report (blog)
Now, I am beginning a new era with Argyle Report, an independent web site dedicated to covering the full breadth of Tar Heel sports. There is a ton of great coverage of Carolina athletics on the internet, both official and independent. What's missing ...

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Chapelboro.com

One on One: End-of-Summer Reads Challenge Our View of History
Chapelboro.com
Preview the upcoming program on UNC-TV's North Carolina digital channel (Spectrum #1276) on Fridays at 8 p.m.. This Thursday's (August 17 guests are Carole and Jeffery Boston Weatherford , authors of “You Can Fly: The Tuskegee Airmen.” Next week's ...

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The Architect's Newspaper

A group of artists and architects revisit the famed Black Mountain College
The Architect's Newspaper
A famous experimental college flourished in Black Mountain, North Carolina, from 1933 until it closed in 1957. Josef Albers taught there for 17 years, while Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer designed one of their first U.S. commissions and Buckminster ...



Slate Magazine (blog)

Meet Pauli Murray, a Gender-Variant Pioneer for Equal Protection Under the Law
Slate Magazine (blog)
Being “in between” was both a curse and blessing for Pauli Murray, born Anna Pauline Murray, in 1910. Growing up in a segregated North Carolina, Murray displayed at an early age an artistic mind and a preference for the boys' section of the clothing store.



Carnegie Mellon Study Shows Edtech Startups Fall Flat on Student Privacy
EdSurge
PRIVACY CONCERNS: Critics of how edtech startups secure and protect their user's data can now refer to a new study from Carnegie Mellon University, where researchers found that these companies often fail to “prioritize student data protections” over ...



Educational Resources Funded by the Department of Ed Will Soon be Openly Licensed
EdSurge
DOE GOES OPEN: Education resources created using the Department of Education's competitive grant funds will soon be required to be openly licensed for public use, reproduction and distribution. “Many education stakeholders and other members of the ...


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