Sakai 12 Upgrade: August 6

The Spring Semester is quickly coming to a close but we wanted to share some big news before finals take over and you’re gone for […]

Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning [Brown, Roediger, & McDaniel]

Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning— by Peter C. Brown, Henry L Roediger III, and Mark A. McDaniel Some of the key points and […]

What online teachers have learned from teaching online [Lieberman]

What online teachers have learned from teaching online — from insidehighered.com by Mark Lieberman Online instructors offer wisdom they’ve gathered — what to do and […]

Version 3 of the flipped classroom: We need to keep things simple (if possible). The more complex something is, the less adoption it will have.

From DSC: The simpler something is, the greater chance that it will be adopted. Think of HTML and how simple it was years ago for […]

New Exam Scanning System

While students may not have noticed a real difference in filling out scantrons for their exams in class, the Exam Scanning system underwent a big […]

“Pros and Cons of Virtual Reality in the Classroom” + 5 other items re: AR, VR, MR, and XR

Pros and Cons of Virtual Reality in the Classroom — from chronicle.com by Adam Evans Excerpt: Armed with a lifelong affinity for video games and […]

Record numbers of college students are seeking treatment for depression and anxiety — but schools can’t keep up [Frey]

Record numbers of college students are seeking treatment for depression and anxiety — but schools can’t keep up — from impactlab.net by Thomas Frey Excerpt: […]

The Case for Inclusive Teaching [Gannon]

The Case for Inclusive Teaching — from chronicle.com by Kevin Gannon Excerpt: Inclusive teaching is not condescending or fake. Rather, it’s a realization that traditional […]

A microlearning framework [Pablo Navarro; jvsp.io]

A Microlearning Framework — from jvsp.io and Pablo Navarro This infographic is based on the experience of different clients from different industries in different training programs. […]

Summer 2018 Rosters in Sakai

We hope you’re enjoying your time off during Spring Break! If you find yourself having some free time this week, consider getting a head start […]

Why Professors Doubt Education Research [Young] + “Personalized Faculty Development: Engaging Networks, Empowering Individuals” [Leafstedt]

Why Professors Doubt Education Research — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpts: You found that professors really care about their teaching, and yet they are […]

Who’s Teaching the Teachers? [Alsop]

Who’s Teaching the Teachers? — from chronicle.com by Elizabeth Alsop Excerpts (emphasis DSC): Last fall, the academic career coach Jennifer Polk conducted an informal Twitter […]

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