Instructional Design Basics [Ziska Strange]

Instructional Design Basics — from facultyfocus.com by Kristin Ziska Strange Excerpt: Instructional designers can help with many different course-based problems and challenges, including helping you […]

Conscious onboarding: 10 ways to support new online instructors — from evolllution.com by Rebecca Cooney

Conscious onboarding: 10 ways to support new online instructors — from evolllution.com by Rebecca Cooney In the scramble of expanding online programs, colleges often neglect […]

Preparing faculty for high-quality online programs [Frankel, Friedman, Mansell, & Ibrahim]

Preparing faculty for high-quality online programs — from campustechnology.com by Anne Frankel, Laurie Friedman, Jamie Mansell, Jennifer Ibrahim Temple University’s College of Public Health is a […]

5 good tools to create whiteboard animations [educatorstechnology.com]

5 good tools to create whiteboard animations — from educatorstechnology.com Excerpt: In short, whiteboard animation (also called video scribing or animated doodling) is a video […]

My Favorite Book about Teaching and Learning is…33 Books to Inspire You! [Honeycutt]

My Favorite Book about Teaching and Learning is…33 Books to Inspire You! — from linkedin.com by Barbi Honeycutt Excerpt: …I recently posted this fill-in-the-blank question […]

Two legal-related postings that show the need for more collaboration and the use of teams.

From DSC: The two postings below show the need for more collaboration and the use of teams:   The future of law and computational technologies: […]

To Tweet, or Not to Tweet. That Is the Question (for Law Professors) — Karen Sloan

To Tweet, or Not to Tweet. That Is the Question (for Law Professors) — from law.com by Karen Sloan The number of law professors using […]

From Jane Hart — the “Top 200 Tools for Learning 2019” is now published

Per Jane Hart on LinkedIn: Top 200 Tools for Learning 2019 is now published, together with: Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2019 […]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ [Flaherty]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ — from insidehighered.com by Colleen Flaherty A study says smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they’ve learned more than […]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education [Rice]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education — from edtechmagazine.com by Derek Rice Digital learning platforms let students and professors interact through shared […]

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today: #1: Remember your lesson plan with a 1-minute reflection Can’t remember how a lesson from last semester or last year […]

Study shows students in ‘active learning’ classrooms learn more than they think [Reuell/Harvard]

Lessons in learning — from news.harvard.edu by Peter Reuell; with thanks to Jason Findley for this resource out on Twitter Study shows students in ‘active […]

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