aztea question the status quo
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DESCRIPTIONThese are key slides from Tony Vincent's keynote presentation at AzTEA's Teaching & Technology Conference in Tucson, Arizona January 28, 2011. These slides are not meant to stand alone; they are for those in attendance.
- 1. theStatus QuoParticipate in the chat room at todaysmeet.com/question or Twitter tag #aztea
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