The advent of Web 2.0 applications, open resources, inexpensive hardware, and differentiation of instruction through remixing of content is really improving the learning experience in many classrooms.

However, overly aggressive blocking and filtering policies is a real obstacle to new models of engaged learning. This is an excellent article by an articulate student about how these policies can be detrimental to learning.

Time for a new look at filtering policies
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