Language matters. Whether its training or lecture capture instead of teaching or recording resources, the words we use and the ways we interpret them are full of […]
What educators can learn about effective teaching from a Harvard prof — from ecampusnews.com by Alan November Excerpt: Harvard professor David Malan has managed to […]
The art in design is that of keeping learners accountable in authentic assessment that ensures students' success in the virtual classroom. We know learners attain […]
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Exploring how the decisions instructors make when crafting exams impact students Last week, our Evidence-Based Teaching Seminar series welcomed Christian Wright, PhD. Christian shared his […]
Coderunner is a new question type plugin for Moodle, which allows the teachers to assess the programming skills of the students within their Moodle course. […]
This is probably going to be an even more incoherent ramble than normal but I have been trying to write posts around a number of […]
Technology is evolving at a faster pace than ever. It has revolutionized the way work is done in most of the industries. The eLearning technology […]
We have such good intentions. We recognize the importance of offering eLearning to round out our training portfolio. We’ve set aside a pilot budget to […]
Like art or cooking, instructional design is a process of continual improvement. Rarely satisfied with their creations, instructional designers revise, update, and improve their courses […]