Meograph is your new favorite presentation tool. Without training or downloading software, you can easily and quickly create stories with video, audio (including your own narration), pictures, text, links, maps, and timelines.
You and your students …… Continue reading
Our path to the paperless world still includes hard copy sticky notes—the colorful, cross-functional notes we rely on have avoided the digital conversion. But a web-based service called lino has captured what we adore about our sticky …… Continue reading
Gamification involves integrating game mechanics and design techniques into your class to boost learner engagement and provide problem-solving opportunities. How you gamify your class is a creative process, but one key method that opens new …… Continue reading
Haiku Deck is the latest presentation software you’ll want to use. The free iPad app was designed by a Seattle startup team seeking to improve and “reinvent presentations for how we work, communicate, and create …… Continue reading
We were inspired by the blog post Using Instagram in an Educational Context, which cites Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. In this post, we’ve linked great examples from Instagram and its own blog to …… Continue reading
This post is the first of a two part series with Brian Kibby, President, McGraw Hill Higher Education.
Imagine students receiving the instruction that they need in order to be successful, customized specifically for them based …… Continue reading
This is the second part of a two-part series on using infographics to enable learning. In part one, we defined an infographic and shared several examples; below, we discuss how infograhics enable learning, specifically when used as assignments. Infographics to Enable Students University students must be able to read, analyze, and apply data.…
It’s true, despite the fact that Google is the most common search engine. Take a look at the infographic below that says most students don’t know how to perform a well-excuted Google search. This statistic is shocking, especially when 94% of students say they use Google and other search engines to conduct research.…
To ensure the accessibility of an online course, instructors should provide captions with each video. Doing so allows a course to meet Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards as indicated in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act.…
With the constant push towards integrating technology into teaching practices, educators have asked, “Does technology really make a difference for learning?” According to Richard Culatta, deputy director of the Office of Educational Technology, it all depends on how you’re using technology in your pedagogy.…