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Originally posted by Shark VA84
so could the makers of the phone book sue facebook? better yet, could face time not be an infringement. Where does it end, and who the frig cares.
Defendant has touted on its website that TEACHBOOK is a substitute for Facebook: "Many schools forbid their teachers to maintain Facebook and MySpace accounts because of the danger that students might learn personal information about their teachers...(read more on page 5, #16)
Originally posted by Loutty
Also, I wouldn't necessarily call it a "teaching resource" because we all know that teachers feel left out because how creepy is it for a teacher to have a facebook...Pretty creepy.
It lets teachers create lesson plans, instructional videos, and other teaching resources. It lets users manage their classroom communications with secure parent-teacher communication tools (gradebook, events calendar, classroom newsletter, homework space). It lets teachers communicate with colleagues through discussion, chat, blogs, etc. It lets them create and manage online courses and instructional modules. It lets teachers manage student grades by recording, calculating, and sharing them within the Gradebook.