The Rise of Video Creation and Consumption in the Classroom

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By Alan D. Greenberg

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – or Will It?

It was 1971 when Gil Scott-Heron performed the electrifying The Revolution Will Not be Televised – an angry anthem addressing social change, black power, and resistance to commercial media.  Most of us were kids or not born yet when Scott-Heron first released the song, but that soulful tune about radical change is still worth a listen today.

But while the song still entertains, we may have to take ...

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