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Faculty Spotlight: Spring 2015 Faculty Research Grant Recipients, Part 4

Dr. Thillainatarajan Sivakumaran

Dr. Thillainatarajan Sivakumaran

Over the last few weeks, we have spotlighted the recipients of the Spring 2015 faculty Research grants. This is the last installment of these spotlights. Get to know these distinguished faculty members below!

Names: Thillainatarajan Sivakumaran, Ph.D., Holly Hall, J.D., APR, & Annette Hux, Ph.D.

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RSS is an Answer

Last evening I noticed on twitter:

And jumped in without thinking too much.

Rich (@richardtape) was providing drop in support on a Google Hangout.…

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Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast #053: Peer Instruction

Last week, I did something really cool: Bonni Stachowiak interviewed me about peer instruction for her Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. I was a bit nervous about talking on the phone, knowing I would be recorded, but Bonni is so knowledgeable and friendly, it turned into a great conversation between colleagues.…

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Internet Friends

It’s worth the six minutes necessary to watch the reflections from this young person as she discusses the biases and stigmas we often hear related to acquiring and maintaining Internet friendships. Much of her monologue relates well to the development of personal learning environments and Jurgenson’s notion of “digital dualism”.…

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Using Facebook for eLearning: The Ultimate Guide for eLearning Professionals

eLearning_IndustryThere isn’t any doubt that Facebook is a powerful social media tool, but is it flexible enough to be used for eLearning purposes? In this article, I’ll share 4 pros and 4 cons of using Facebook for eLearning and I’ll take a closer look at how Facebook can be used in eLearning courses by sharing 9 invaluable tips you can use this popular social network.

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Call and Response

In Reply To I made discussions on WordPress on blogs.ubc.ca
In Reply To I made discussions on WordPress on blogs.ubc.ca

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I made discussions on WordPress! Christina describe how she organised some flipped learning and the student responses with the help of a plugin that list/shows posts with a shortcode.…

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What’s next for Laura?

TL;DR My last day at Mozilla already happened, but I’m still me. I bring together disparate things to foster learning, spread openness and design for participation. I’m a creative generalist who likes to make stuff, and I’m open to exploring opportunities.
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Effective Communication in e-Learning

Designing DigitallyDeveloping and maintaining a successful e-learning project begins and ends with communication. It is essential to keep your learners in mind when designing an e-learning module, as they are the ones who will determine your project’s success. It is not enough to simply put information together and assume your learners will somehow understand what you are trying to convey.

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