Morning Roundup: Australian authorities want to track bandwidth data and more
August 27, 2014 | 9:42 am
By Joanna Cabot
The Real Legacy of MOOCs: Better Introductory Classes (Media Shift)
Instead, the real impact of MOOCs will be felt far away from the open online edX or Coursera courses. The real impact of MOOCs will be found in the traditional introductory course.
A leaked consultation paper suggests that the Australian government has realised it’s a tad excessive to track which websites people visit. However, the tracking of available bandwidth and upload/download information seems to be on the table.
Full Review of the Kobo Aura H20 (GoodeReader)
The brand new Kobo Aura H2O e-Reader is the most complete device the Toronto based company has ever released. It was designed to be able be completely submerged in five meters of water, for up to fifty minutes, which finally allows users to safely read in the bath and beach.
How to Participate in Banned Books Week (GalleyCat)
Banned Books Week (BBW) is coming up next month and the American Booksellers Foundation For Free Expression is encouraging booksellers, librarians, authors, publishers and teachers to get involved.
Kindle Daily Deal: The King Must Die (and others)