Oklahoma, UC Irvine, ESPN, More: Evening Buzz, March 9, 2012
So nerdy and yet so cool — the Periodic Table of Videos.
Is the state of Oklahoma going to get an online database of state debt? (That’d be nice.)
UCI to Air Free Course Lectures Via New Online TV Channel. Nice! “More than 144 hours of UC Irvine’s best faculty lectures will be made available for free through a new UCI OpenCourseWare project called Open Education TV. The launch of the online channel – which will give viewers worldwide access to seminars and conferences at their convenience – coincides with the first Open Education Week, scheduled for March 5-10 by the global OpenCourseWare Consortium (OCW Consortium).”
Hey, ESPN has a Developer Center and APIs! Keep an eye out for my new reference site wherein the Chicago Cubs win every possible sporting championship except the World Series.
Android Market is now Google Play? Doesn’t make me any more eager to get into it, sorry Google…
A new compliance resource for the higher education community. “The Higher Education Compliance Alliance website is designed to be a continuously updated resource for administrators and others on campus seeking to understand their compliance obligations. The website will aggregate compliance news and resources from participating associations. It will include advice from college and university attorneys and risk managers.”
Wow, Lady Gaga has 20 million Twitter followers? You go girl. Good evening, Internet (and good evening Lady Gaga)…