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  Mmmm, Featured Ketchup.   Summer has been hot here in NYC, but the days are flying by at near light speed and fall is right around the corner. Are you ready for the new semester? Over the last few months, we've been building away to try and make your transition into the new semester the best it can possibly be. The time has come to catch you up on some of the exciting updates we've been working on. Here's a list of our favorites that you'll want to know as you get back ...
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    Year two of, in my humble opinion, the greatest edtech conference of the year is now under way. 700+ education thought leaders, tech gurus, and all around instructional geniuses have descended on the Windy City to collaborate and learn together. Never before have so many members of the Schoology Community come together in one place—a place with deep pizza, meticulously crafted hot dogs, and (now) a critical mass teetering on an educational explosion! And to kick ...
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    Not able to make to Schoology NEXT this year? That's okay. Thanks to modern technology you can still enjoy much of what the conference has to offer. Here are a few easy ways to participate in #SchoologyNEXT from a comfy chair at home, while walking through the park, or pretty much wherever! #1 Follow @Schoology on Our Social Media Channels During the conference, you'll notice an explosion of tweets, photos, and brilliant quotes. Don't miss a beat by following us via ...
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    Can you believe it's time for NEXT 2015 already? The days have really been flying this year. But now as we move into the weekend and on into NEXT, I think it's worth taking a deep breath and smelling the roses, so to speak. It's easy to get caught up in all the responsibilities we have on our plates, and traveling has never really made it any easier. But for those of you attending NEXT, this is a special moment in the year so make sure you get the most out of it. We'll ...
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    Writing is a struggle. Stringing gobs of disjointed ideas together into a relatable story is at best a triumph and at worst literary agony. It's no wonder then that having an essay annotated and reviewed can be such an influential experience. We all know how it feels to pour our hearts and souls into a paper or project just to get back a red mess of questions, corrections, and misconceptions. "Crushing" is the word that comes to my mind, but in a good way. It's the sort ...
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