10 Ways You Can Use Podcasts in Your Course to Engage Students [Honeycutt]

10 Ways You Can Use Podcasts in Your Course to Engage Students — from barbihoneycutt.com by Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D. Excerpts: Have you used podcasts in […]

More innovation coming on the higher education landscape — “Vermont startup InSpace aims to take on Zoom”

Vermont startup InSpace aims to take on Zoom

Fostering Student Creativity with Green-Screen Videos [Webb & Mangram]

Fostering Student Creativity with Green-Screen Videos — from teachingprofessor.com by Jason Webb and Jeff Mangram Excerpt: Educators have come to realize that videos are highly […]

Got science questions? Skype A Scientist can help [Hendricks]

Got science questions? Skype A Scientist can help — from bigthink.com by Scotty Hendricks A non-profit dedicated to science communication offers to connect learners with […]

New Film Addresses Mental Health By Challenging Us To ‘Listen’ To Our Youth Voice [Niehoff]

New Film Addresses Mental Health By Challenging Us To ‘Listen’ To Our Youth Voice — from gettingsmart.com by Michael Niehoff   Also see: IW Official […]

AI's New Role In Education: Automated Grading

High school students submit assignments that have to be graded properly. Automated grading with paper grader is the new age solution developed for simplifying the […]

The shift online has colleges looking to share courses [Wong]

The shift online has colleges looking to share courses — from educationdive.com by Alia Wong Dozens of institutions have joined consortia for exchanging online classes […]

Two articles from Donald Clark re: 1) Attention & 2) Transfer

Pay attention! Attention is a necessary condition for learning experience design, but poorly understood… — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpts: Attention is to selectively […]

“Student Debt and the Class of 2019” + “Solving Stranded Credits”

Some resources mentioned by Goldie Blumenstyk out at “The Edge” — in her posting entitled “How to Keep Old Debts From Deterring Returning Students“ Institute […]

The pandemic pushed universities online. The change was long overdue. [Gallagher & Palmer]

The pandemic pushed universities online. The change was long overdue. — from hbr-org.cdn.ampproject.org by Sean Gallagher and Jason Palmer; with thanks to Mike Mathews for […]

Put yourself in the position of the learner coming into your course. [Christian | For IDs/profs/teachers/trainers]

From DSC: Put yourself in the place of the conscientious/thorough learner. If you come into a course on Canvas & see Quizzes, Assignments, Discussion Boards, […]

If you are using Zoom, you may want to attend Zoomtopia

Also see: Zoom for Home – DTEN ME is an all-in-one personal collaboration device for your home office

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