Now Available: Channel T.E.A., March Edition

Latitude has been hard at work to produce this month's one-stop syndicated channel newsletter for professionals in the channel and partner industry. Check out Channel […]

Open Online Learning Experiences: Designing Teacher Training for Digitally Connected Teachers

In November 2017, I was given the opportunity to take part in a round table at the Eminent 2017 European Congress to share the initiative […]

Learning journals

What is a learning journal A learning journal does not have to be anything fancy. It can be just a few sheets of paper or […]

Reflections on CUSEIP: Student learning with Learn Plus

…and some pedagogical implications by Karl Luke During Summer 2017 I was successfully awarded a Cardiff University Student Education Innovation Projects (CUSEIP) placement for a […]

How to Drive Adoption and Decrease Time to Value with Your LMS

Previously in this blog series, we outlined how to increase operational efficiency and grow revenue with lifetime customers. Today, we’ll discuss how to use your LMS […]

How Beneficial is Virtual Reality in the Education System?

You might have experienced or heard it from someone else who finds it difficult to remember what is taught in a conventional classroom environment. I […]

It’s Amazing What Creating Online Energy Can Do!

This is the first part of our guest blogger Susan Bassett's two-part blog post. The second post will be published Tuesday, February 27, 2018. I’ve […]

G Suite – to share and collaborate on documents and presentations online

Microsoft Office is a suite of programs that I’d imagine most people have encountered, whilst it’s a good suite of programs and all University of […]

Distance Learning Discussed at MU

By BETSY SMITH, KBIA The University of Missouri Board of Curators discussed problems and goals of distance learning and collaboration among campuses at a meeting […]

Online Software Developed for Hands-On Learning About Evolution

by Siobhan Treacy, Electronics 360 Kinesthetic learning is one of the most common types of learning. Hands-on learning is helpful for students in science classes. […]

How Penn State student government aims to lower textbook prices, accomplish semester goals

by Anshika Agrawal, The Daily Collegian “We are trying to work with different universities in the state to address how we can lower the cost […]

Faculty Learning Communities: Making the Connection, Virtually

By: Angela Atwell, Cristina Cottom, Lisa Martino, and Sara Ombres, Faculty Focus Research has shown that interactions with peers promotes faculty engagement (McKenna, Johnson, Yoder, […]

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