The Pandemic’s Lasting Lessons for Colleges, From Academic Innovation Leaders [Tamez-Robledo, Koenig, & Young]

The Pandemic’s Lasting Lessons for Colleges, From Academic Innovation Leaders — from edsurge.com by Nadia Tamez-Robledo, Rebecca Koenig, and Jeffrey R. Young Excerpts: “Universities are […]

24 ideas for creating a discussion-rich classroom [Miller]

24 ideas for creating a discussion-rich classroom — from ditchthattextbook.com by Matt Miller Discussion can engage students and help them to see different perspectives. Here […]

The idea of someone’s “presence” continues to get stronger, more realistic online/digitally. How might this impact our future learning ecosystems? [Christian]

From DSC: The posting below (out at vrscout.com) made me reflect that the idea of someone’s presence continues to get stronger and more realistic in […]

This is one of the best articles that I’ve read in a long time! [Christian]

From DSC: The resource below (from The Chronicle of Higher Education) is one of the best, most useful articles I’ve read in a long time. […]

DC: This isn’t right; let’s fix this situation: “The internet is a lifeline for students on far-flung tribal campuses. Too often, they’re priced out of learning.” [Mangan]

From DSC: There are many things that are not right here — especially historically speaking. But this is one WE who are currently living can […]

For all the learners who have horrible, painful memories of school, I’m sorry the systems weren’t different for you. [Christian]

K-12 education in America is like quickly moving trains that stop for no one. From DSC: A family member struggles with spelling — big time. […]

2022 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report | Teaching and Learning Edition

  2022 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report | Teaching and Learning Edition — from library.educause.edu Sections include: Trends: Scanning the Horizon Key Technologies & Practices Scenarios Implications: […]

We need to use more tools — that go beyond screen sharing — where we can collaborate regardless of where we’re at. [Christian]

From DSC: Seeing the functionality in Freehand — it makes me once again think that we need to use more tools where faculty/staff/students can collaborate […]

A virtual tour of four advanced hybrid learning spaces [Woolfitt]

Clockwise from top left (KU Leuven, Imperial College London, University of Amsterdam, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland . A virtual tour of four advanced […]

One District’s Ongoing Hybrid Success [Ofgang]

One District’s Ongoing Hybrid Success — from by Erik Ofgang Early in the pandemic, Kyle Berger, chief technology officer for Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, installed […]

Students Often Prefer In-Person Classes . . . Until They Don’t [Samson]

Students Often Prefer In-Person Classes . . . Until They Don’t — from er.educause.edu by Perry Samson, Professor in the Department of Climate and Space Sciences […]

How Art Class Became a Rare Bright Spot for Students and Families During the Pandemic [Lempres ]

How Art Class Became a Rare Bright Spot for Students and Families During the Pandemic — from edsurge.com by Daniel Lempres Excerpt: When schools went […]

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