The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games NOW AVAILABLE!

We have regained the rights to our 2011 book, The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games, originally published by Wiley. We are in the process […]

QUIZ: Is it Plagiarism? – Not So Fast!

I cam across this quiz from the EasyBib Blog today. I have some problems with it. Think you can identify plagiarism like a pro? See […]

The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games, 1st(+1) edition almost done.

We are almost there. The publisher webpage is up, and we are offering a free preview that includes the first two chapters. We have regained […]

Unicheck offer for all Populi users: free unlimited plagiarism checks until Aug 31

Checking for plagiarism is one of the most demanded LMS features. Unicheck is already integrated into multiple LMSs including Populi to help promote original thinking in […]

Unicheck is heading to Intructurecarn 2018! And you?

What are you doing on July 24-26? We are going to Instructurecarn and hope to meet you there too! Unicheck is proud to be a […]

Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science

Not new, but an excellent take on the issue. Last week, I wrote a post on the hierarchy of scientific evidence which included the figure […]

The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games to be re-released.

We have regained the rights to our 2011 book, The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games, originally published by Wiley. We are in the process […]

Is Virtual Teaching A Major Threat To Teachers?

eLearning and the traditional classroom will one day form a union: compensating for one where the other lacks. This post was first published on eLearning […]

Remember the Human in Online Courses

Remember the human is something we intuitively do in traditional face-to-face classrooms, but somehow this gets lost in distance education. If it’s only text-based independent […]

Guest post: 15 EdTech Resources to Use in Classroom

If you don’t use educational technology, you’re not a cool teacher. Whether you like it or not, that’s how today’s students see it. They are […]

20+ Hyperdocs tips, ideas and templates to use right away

HyperDocs are are NOT just a doc with links. They are purposefully designed digital lessons and can transform your class. The creators of HyperDocs — […]

Maybe people aren’t so much bad as weak.

Hmmm, so people aren’t naturally cruel, or selfish. (So much for Dawkins’ “selfish gene“) I would say that people are, however, easy to manipulate. This […]

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