Helge Scherlund's eLearning News

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Posts by Helge Scherlund's eLearning News

Would They Play? Would They Learn? | Blended and Flipped Learning - Faculty Focus

What began as a routine summer workshop on incorporating games and game-like elements into instruction, turned into a surprise for summer; two weeks of fun […]

Using Empathy Games in the Social Sciences | Editors' Picks - EDUCAUSE Review

When used in a structured situation that includes supporting materials and discussions, empathy games can help deepen students' understanding of key topics in the humanities […]

Bridge the Digital Gap Before It's Too Late | Technology - BNN Bloomberg

Unless developing countries like Indonesia act now, they risk falling so far behind they won’t be able to catch up, continues BNN Bloomberg. An Indonesian Muslim woman, […]

3 Reasons Why Students and Working Professionals Prefer E-Learning | Technology - BBN Times

The recent surge in e-learning has created a higher demand for educated and specialized workforce, according to Vasilii Chekalov, Tech Guru.   Photo: BBN Times […]

Mathematics and computer science: Key to the future | Research & Innovation - Open Access Government

Dr John Yardley, Managing Director of Threads Software Ltd, details precisely why mathematics and computer science are key to the future. Photo: © Maciek905 Many […]

Ars To-Be-Read: Five books we’re most excited to read in 2020 | Culture - Ars Technica

Start 2020 off right by reading these intriguing sci-fi, fantasy, and nonfiction books by Valentina Palladino, Associate Reviewer. Stock photo of a blanket-wrapped woman reading […]

Sara Quin’s (of Tegan and Sara) 10 Favorite Books | Books - Vulture

Bookseller One Grand Books has asked celebrities to name the ten titles they’d take to a desert island, and they’ve shared the results with Vulture.  Sara Quin. […]

This Year's 11 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs | Books to Read - Inc.

For product makers, industry shakers, and folks who want to be their best selves, these are the titles to read now by Leigh Buchanan, Editor-at-large, […]

‘Making Math Fun:’ Professor David Nacin Publishes Book of Math-Infused Puzzles | Mathematics - University News

Nacin’s puzzles have been used in competitions hosted by the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America. Photo: Professor David Nacin When mathematics professor […]

Here Are The Best Bookshops In America For Bibliophiles | Travel - Forbes

Take one step inside America's impressive bookstores.   Women and Children First, Book Store, Andersonville If you’ve ever lost track of the sunlight, because you were […]

English Bookshops worth Exploring in Milan | Blog - Wanted In Milan

Milan is filled a myriad of booklovers from all walks of life that find solace in the book-lined walls of the countless bookstores (libreria) in […]

Math Research: How Does it Work? | Campus - The UTD Mercury

Take an inside look at how UTD's mathematical scientists operate, solve problems using high dimension math, explains, according to Breanna Shen, Mercury Staff.   Photo: […]

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