Coffee Talk with CogBooks: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work When Fostering a Community of Online Learning

Our program has come to a certain maturity level now. And I think through the pandemic situation, this will only be more accelerated across the […]

Fake News or Not Fake News, That is the Question (And CogBooks is Helping to Answer It)

CogBooks is a company dedicated to improving the way people learn and to democratizing access to education.  Because of our mission, we have the opportunity […]

ASU Online: Who Are Our Learners?

As instructors, we make hundreds of decisions throughout a semester as we interact with our students, explain concepts and procedures, or assess their knowledge and […]

72 Hours to Move Online: A Conversation with Susan Holechek

In March of this year, the sober reality of the COVID-19 pandemic forced colleges across the country to quickly move from on-campus to remote learning. […]

Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Learning

Cheating is nothing new, and with internet access and the move to online learning, the opportunities to act without academic integrity have become more readily […]

Student Voices On Racism by Ciarra Downing

While racism is very apparent in the world today, many don’t realize how prevalent it is within academia as well. Not only have I experienced […]

The Next Frontier of Online Learning

A very interesting article published in Campus Technology about the progress CogBooks is making with ASU. We’re proud of the pioneering work we’ve done with […]

TeachT@lk Webinar: Re-Design Your Course

The Decision Making Process What would be a good reason for making changes to a course? Take a minute to reflect and count how many […]

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon for Women in Science and Engineering

"According to a 2005 study done by Nature, Wikipedia contains only slightly more inaccuracies in science-related topics than does Encyclopaedia Britannica" (Chandler, 2010) Shigeru Tamura […]

Viral Videos: Creating Videos That Your Students Will Watch.

Millennials watch 11.3 hours of online video a week! With the average YouTube video at 4 minutes long, that means they are watching about 171 […]

Wikipedia Assignments for Education

Guest Blogger: René Tanner, Life Sciences LibrarianWikipedia, the free, open, online encyclopedia has the potential to share information and knowledge with people around the world. […]

The Impact of Active Learning on Different Genders

Today's Guest Blogger is Christian Wright, an instructional professional in the School of Life Sciences as ASU. He has a Master’s in Education and a […]

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