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“MIT study shows how educational videos could be better” plus other tips, tricks, tools & resources re: digital video

MIT study shows how educational videos could be better — from by Clinton Nguyen Excerpt: Subgoal labeling turned out to be a big success […]

Drawings in Space: Wooden Wireframe Sculptures of Everyday Objects by Janusz Grünspek [Jobson]

Drawings in Space: Wooden Wireframe Sculptures of Everyday Objects by Janusz Grünspek – from by Christopher Jobson      

“The leap from film to VR is even bigger than the leap from radio to film was.”

6 ways Virtual Reality will change filmmaking — from by DJ Roller  Excerpt: From the Chauvet Cave paintings of 30,000 years ago, to 6K […]

Juliette LaMontagne #LSCon Keynote Mindmap

Juliette LaMontagne closed the Learning Solutions conference with the compelling story of the Breaker project, connecting kids to real world experiences.     

A Learning & Performance Ecosystem is a… [David Kelly]

Lessons from Nature: The Organic Learning & Performance Ecosystem – Resources Shared at #EcoCon — from by David Kelly     From DSC: I […]

Ezine Projects

This wordle is free by linking back to==> <== 8th Grade Students in Mr. Kirsch’s ICT are creating E-zines aka Electronic Magazines. The goal […]

Learning Solutions Conference Emphasizes Need for Learning Transformation

Bite-sized learning, the modern learner, reinforcement, performance support and shrinking attention spans were key themes this week at the Learning Solutions conference in Orlando, Florida. […]

Using WordPress for Evaluation & Feedback

There are many great tools available for collecting student evaluation or feedback in a session – TextWall, Padlet, Socrative, QR codes, Post-it notes (that’s right, […]

ELearning Trend: Niche Course Sites

Over the past year or so we have seen an evolving trend in the elearning space. It’s rise can likely be attributed to the extremely […]

Bridge the Gap Between E-Learning and Compliance by Travis Waugh

Photo: Travis Waugh "We build the courses because we have to, and our learners watch them because they have to." according to Travis Waugh, training […]

This Is How We Can Get More Women Working In Tech

Did those adorable Supergirls at the fifth-annual White House Science Fair this week make you a little weepy, or was that just me? continues Refinery29. Photo: Refinery29 […]

Stereotypes lower math performance in women, but effects go unrecognized

"A new study from Indiana University suggests that gender stereotypes about women's ability in mathematics negatively impact their performance. And in a significant twist, both […]