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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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App Review: Voice Record Pro

Voice Record ProThe average person probably remembers more of what they see than what they hear. For example, you’re likely to readily remember a person’s face more easily than you would his name. However, according to molecular biologist John Medina, the key to more remembering what we see and hear is enhanced when repetition is involved.

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kimenglish 2015-01-29 14:44:05

Bell Let’s Talk Day seems an appropriate day to talk about why youth and adolescent mental health has become a passion of mine.  During my career as a Registered Nurse, I had exposure to and compassion for those living with mental health challenges,  but it was never the setting in which I chose to work.…

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Have MOOCs Helped or Hurt?

InsideHigherEdThis article was originally written by Academic Partnerships Chairman and CEO, Randy Best, for Inside Higher Ed. Click here for the original post.

As the hype around MOOCs has subsided, a frequently asked question in university circles today is: Who have massive open online courses helped or hurt?

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Blogging Bootcamp #GlowBlogs


Now we have moved Glow Blogs into the 21st century we are going have some fun.

The idea of the bootcamp is a place were folk can get help in starting or improving their class blogs.

The bootcamp will take you through creating a blog, adding features and a range of blogging activities.

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syndicating 4631 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs