Teacherrogers

Sandra Rogers blogs about instructional design, language learning, and technology for the pursuit of knowledge.

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Navigating Post-Truth Societies: Strategies, Resources, and Technologies

The blog was originally posted on the AACE Review. The Problem While fake news and information bubbles are not new, awareness of their impact on […]

A Review of ‘Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online’

This was previously posted on the AACE Review by Sandra Rogers. In Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online, Marwick and Lewis (2017) of the Data & Society […]

Interview with the Creators of Hoaxy® from Indiana University

This post was previously published on the AACE Review by Sandra Rogers. Figure 1. A Hoaxy® diffusion network regarding claims about the HPV vaccine. Falsehoods […]

Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design: International Perspectives on UDL

I’d like to let you know about the first edition of Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design: International Perspectives on UDL from Routledge.  It’s co-edited […]

Join me at AECT 2019 in Las Vegas!

Association for Educational Communications and Technology The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) is a fantastic professional organization for instructional designers, instructional technologists, educational […]

Curation of Your Online Persona Through Self-Care and Responsible Citizenship

  I’m excited to announce that I finalized my first chapter for the K-12 book titled, Leveraging Technology to Improve School Safety and Student Wellbeing […]

H5P: Free Software for Developing Interactive Learning Objects

I’ve been wanting to learn how to develop interactive content for course design but didn’t have the time, money, or opportunity to learn the sophisticated […]

Time-saving Tips for Teaching Online Part 1

Commonly Used Software to Save Time Teaching online courses is very time-consuming, especially if you have to build the course yourself.  Here are a  few […]

A Rubric to Identify Online Course Plans for a Community of Inquiry

This blog was originally posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2018). Community of Inquiry A community of inquiry (COI) is what it sounds like—people gather […]

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning?

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning? was previously posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2017) In terms of education, ‘grit’ is a combination of […]

My Courses Available on Schoology’s Public Resources

In my departure from a College that uses Schoology, I thought of ways that I might be able to save my online course designs for […]

What do instructional designers do in higher education?

The work and the placement of instructional designers vary from institution to institution. For instance, my current position is with the Library and Instructional Resources […]

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