Frank Moretti
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"Frank Moretti" (1943-2013) was a Professor of Communications, Computing, and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University and Visiting Professor in the Columbia University School of Journalism.

He was a researcher in the area of new media teaching and learning and the use of digital technology in education, as well as co-founder and Executive Director of the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. He earned a Ph.D. in History and an M. Phil from Columbia University, an M.Ed. from Teachers College, Columbia University/Teachers College and a B.A. in Greek and Latin from St. Bonaventure University. Dr. Moretti's 1983 dissertation was entitled "Augustus and Vergil: Pietas and the Pedagogy of Power". In 2012, Dr. Moretti published a work on the communications theorist James W. Carey, co-authored by Annie Rudd, entitled "James W. Carey: Sentinel of Democracy".

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Generally, maintenance and improvement of signage is a cost-effective approach to traffic safety.

We really see this as a way to liberate classrooms from the necessity of providing one-to-many communication.

Incremental improvements really make a difference.

The public ultimately decides on a level of investment that should go into roads and bridges. We're saying that, with the current levels of investment, here's the transportation system you have. It's up to the people of Michigan how they want to respond.