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USF Lakeland may be the smallest of the University's campuses, but it might just be the leader when it comes to getting its educators the training they need on the latest high-tech tools they can use in the classroom. University Beat examines the "Faculty Technology Integration Institute," a summer program that not only helps them get connected, but stay dialed in to the most up-to-date technologies and practices.
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Dr. Naomi Boyer, Director, Teaching & Learning Technology, USF Lakeland
E-mail: nboyer@lklnd.usf.edu or 863-667-7022

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It's been a typically busy year in Tallahassee so far. Lawmakers started the year with a special session on property insurance reform, some would say to mixed results, to be kind. The regular session produced a budget that's resulting in an October special session. And in between, another special session on property tax reform. It's a Tallahassee report card this week on Florida Matters!
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John and Gary Moore
John Moore is 83 years old this year. He lived most of his life in Irwin, North Carolina, but recently relocated with his wife to Sarasota. John's son Gary has lived in Florida since 2005. Together again, the father and son came to WUSF to talk about John's training and eventual service with the 91st Chemical Mortar battalion in the army during World War II.
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John Moore describes the training of soldiers in the use of chemical gas masks in the field.

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