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SplashED

Last week I became a Splash ambassador.  Splash is an Australian website run by the ABC which collates high quality content to share with Australian educators, parents and students.  It includes videos, audio clips, games and interactives which can be used across all year groups.…

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Assignment 1 – What is Minecraft? #MCEMOOC #EVOMC15

Having had little experience with Minecraft in the first place, it has been a challenge to evaluate the different platforms, and while I fully understand why it is important to be aware of the limitations and affordances of the different platforms the game is available one, I decided to focus on understanding the underlying logic and usefulness of the game from a pedagogical perspective.…
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Hacking Book APIs

This year on the first day of the Ontario Library Association Super Conference there was a morning hackfest.  Several map based projects (Toronto poetry, Edmonton library events, conference delegates homes) were suggested along with a few others that focused on data sets.…

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An eLearning Design Checklist with Development in Mind

eLearningbrosTired of having developers come to you with questions? Better yet, tired of being in the middle of developing your work when you realize you didn’t think something through or document it? Time to get proactive with eLearning Design! Here is a comprehensive checklist of things you should be thinking through and documenting for each page of your course design.

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Convergence

As we close out the first of six weeks of the open section of #msloc430 we are headed into new territory (for me, at least): An attempt at convergence among the open learners and perhaps students in the on-site class section of the course.…
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New beginnings

I always love the opportunities new beginnings offer you and this week my new beginning was starting at a new school. Usually a time of trepidation and nerves I found myself full of excitement and a sense of feeling like I was truly at home.…

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Vivek Natarajan and Dr. Lynn Godkin

Dr. Vivek Natarajan

Dr. Vivek Natarajan

Today, we are spotlighting Lamar University professors Dr. Vivek Natarajan, Associate Professor of Marketing, and Dr. Lynn Godkin, Professor of Management. They were 2012 Faculty Research Grant Recipients for their proposal, “Technology readiness and learning goals as antecedents to student satisfaction and learning outcomes in online and traditional settings: An exploratory study.” We are thrilled to share their findings in their research and thank them for participating in our Faculty Research Grant Program.

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Deleuze, Serres, and the Desires of Prepositions

What I propose here is a travelog, the flow and emergence of an idea. I want to ride the Chattooga River of my blog posts over the past year, and along the way, I want to map the desires of prepositions and determine what the desires of these little words have to do with the ways we conduct higher education.…
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syndicating 4626 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs