Much of our reams of data sit in large databases of unstructured text. Finding insights among emails, text documents, and websites is extremely difficult unless we can search, characterize, and classify their text data in a meaningful way.
All this week we’ll be celebrating the publication of Discussions and More, a fully updated and revised edition of Penny Ur’s classic handbook, Discussions that Work. We’ll be sharing some activities from the book later this week; on Tuesday, Penny will be joining us for a webinar (sign up here), and today we have the …
Everyday we search for just the right photo for our post on our blog, Facebook or Google+ from a wide variety of sources. But do you have the legal right to use the photo just because it’s online? No. Can you get in trouble for this? Yes. Let’s look at what you can …
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