Factually Speaking
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Each communication revolution – written, printed, electrochemical, and digital – has promised to liberate us from rote-memorized facts.  Why would anyone with a calculator constantly in her pocket learn a multiplication table?  Perhaps a world of online tutorials signals an end to class time spent teaching how to white-balance cameras.  If so, how might course calendars adjust to best employ this new freedom from explicit knowledge?

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