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Can I Tweet This? Social Media and HIPAA Violations

If a patient disclosed private information, would you tweet about it? Probably not. But posting a selfie at work is harmless, right?  Unfortunately, HIPAA violations […]

New Pedagogies in Higher Education

As institutions invest in classroom technology, adoption doesn’t just happen. It requires institutional support, professional development, and cross-campus collaboration. Where are we today with classroom technology adoption? Read […]

Keep Teachers From Leaving the Profession

Teaching veteran Judith Harper firmly believes that of all the professional activities she has been a part of in the past 38 years, it was […]

What is Video Based Assessment?

Can video improve student outcomes and help develop skills? It depends on the kind of video technology you’re using.  You’ve probably heard the chatter that […]

Teach Students to Think Through Problems — Not Google Them

If Einstein had had Google search, would he have come up with the theory of relativity? There’s an advantage to taking a 30-minute break before […]

How Edtech Can Expand What Teachers Do

Incorporate edtech to capitalize on what you already do for you class. Here are several technologies to help you use your time, attention, and energy […]

5 Hot Instructional Design Tools Worth Trying

Instructional design is on the rise. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the demand for instructional design jobs will be growing faster […]

Conquering the Challenges of Instructional Design in Education

With edtech’s rapid growth, it’s an exciting time to be an instructional designer. The field has transitioned to become more focused on the learning experience […]

5 Keys to an Outstanding Nurse-Patient Relationship

John Kelley from Massachusetts General Hospital says a good nurse-patient relationship is comparable to “many well-established medical treatments.” But there’s a concern that nurses are […]

The Nitty-Gritty of Blended Learning Models

A study from the Center for Digital Education found that 73% of educators practicing blended learning saw an increase in student engagement.  73% of educators […]

5 Little-Known Facts about CAEP Standards 2019

For many teacher preparation programs, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation—otherwise known as CAEP—is their Bible. These teaching guidelines are custom designed to […]

Technology Helps Nontraditional Students Learn Basic Nursing Skills

The national nursing shortage often cuts deepest in rural communities. “We need nurses badly,” said University of West Alabama’s Assistant Professor, Dara Murray. “The black […]

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