Summer 2010

The Technology Story

There is a paradox involved with educational technology: its cost can be gauged by looking at the equipment, but its value depends on the context in which it is used.

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Pacific Innovators

Philosopher and educational reformer John Dewey believed that every great scientific advance requires “a new audacity of imagination.” But imagination, however bold, is only part of the equation of successful change.

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I Have an Idea . . .

Here at University of Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, it’s not only the deans and faculty members who are coming up with some great ideas.

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