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thoughts on ways to organize a course and syllabus

I've been thinking about this quite a bit as a prepare for my spring 2016 courses.

I always think that there must be a better way to organize a syllabus than a boring a word document (even if

Some of the things I've come up with:
- WorkFlowy (one of the advantages is that it's easy to duplicate for new classes)
- a mindmap

- Prezi

More to come...

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