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March 26, 2008


Mary Grush

Hello everyone and thank you for your interest in the article. I need to point out, however, that I was actually interviewing Gary Brown from Washington State University -- so the comments are really his, and I was just asking the questions! Please see this and other articles on our Web site, and again, thanks so much for your interest. www.campustechnology.com

Mary Grush

I have just looked back at the original article and can see in the formatting how it's possible to be confused about who is speaking. -- Anyway, Gary has thought very deeply about all this, so please enjoy his comments in the original article. Thanks so much...

Nils Peterson

Since the article appeared CTLT has been doing work exploring how to implement a 'harvesting grade book'(http://wsuctlt.wordpress.com/2008/06/20/implementing-the-transformed-grade-book/). Among the conclusions is this piece accepted for a conference in January exploring the implications of a different grade book for assessing learning in global contexts (http://wsuctlt.wordpress.com/2008/07/21/authentic-assessment-of-learning-in-global-contexts/).


Hi Mary,

Thanks a lot for setting the credits right.

Jen McCleve

Would this be similar to lecture capture software? I've been hearing good things about this software and I was wondering if this is the same thing.

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