Educators, technologists, and campus decision makers who reside in the educational technology bubble speak the ed-tech vernacular like a second language, frequently using words and phrases wholly foreign to many in higher education.
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It's not dissimilar to others in specialized fields whose daily jobs revolve around technical jargon that may
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