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Talk of the Nation for July 15, 2011

Talk of the Nation for July 14, 2011

Author Don Tapscott says it's time for universities to adjust to students digital habits — not the other way around. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Rethinking How We Teach The 'Net Generation'

Rethinking How We Teach The 'Net Generation'

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Talk of the Nation for July 13, 2011

Marion Roach Smith asks her memoir-writing students to look for little details that illustrate their stories, and through them, chart a course to broader themes. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Memoir Project' Gives Tips For Telling Your Story

'Memoir Project' Gives Tips For Telling Your Story

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Talk of the Nation for July 12, 2011

Reed Martin (from left), Austin Tichenor and Matt Rippy reduce the entire history of athletic competition to a two-hour comedy show. Meghan Moore/ Megapix Photography hide caption

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'Bad Boys Of Abridgement' Reduce World Of Sports

'Bad Boys Of Abridgement' Reduce World Of Sports

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Talk of the Nation for July 11, 2011