The Observatory: An interactive platform that allows you to do a preliminary analysis of 600+ legal technologies [Orrick]

The Observatory — from orrick.com with thanks to Gabe Teninbaum for mentioning this resource in his Lawtomatic Newsletter (Issue #112, 11/18/20) The Observatory is an […]

Summary of a Dissertation on Gaming: Project Technologia

Slota, S. T. (2014). Project TECHNOLOGIA: A game-based approach to understanding situated intentionality (Doctoral dissertation, University of Connecticut). The reason that I selected this dissertation […]

10 revealing compliance training research stats for financial services [Infographic]

A recent survey shows that 44% of financial services employees don’t feel very well equipped to protect themselves or their company following mandatory compliance training. […]

Lesson idea: Apollo 11

I wrote this lesson last year for the anniversary of the first moon landing. Decided to post it now for a few reasons: It might […]

Summary of Surviving Your Dissertation Guide

The following is a summary of a book I read for class in preparation for my dissertation with my personal notes. I thought some readers […]

Learner performance. It starts with great content. [Video]

Do you spend too much time thinking about learning delivery and not enough about the learning content? Brandon Hall Group’s Principal Analyst, Michael Rochelle, sees […]

ROI of Elucidat: How your investment will pay off

Your employees are your company’s most expensive asset. They’re by far the biggest number on the balance sheet. From saving your L&D team time producing […]

Research in brief: Critique of BICS and CALP

BICS and CALP in a nutshell BICS and CALP was an idea first proposed by Prof Jim Cummins in the early 1980s. BICS stands for […]

Many students complain that online-based learning doesn’t engage them. Well, check this idea out! [Christian]

From DSC…by the way, another title for this blog could have been: WIN-WIN situations all around! The Theatre Departments out there could collaborate with other […]

Will the growth of telemedicine/telehealth influence the growth of telelegal? [Christian]

From DSC: When reading the abstract of the article/research entitled, “Does Telemedicine Reduce Emergency Room Congestion? Evidence from New York State,” I wondered again: Will […]

Research in brief: Alderfer ESL Program Assessment Tool

What might be optimal ESL provision in international schools? Alderfer and Alderfer (2011) state that there is no unifying set of criteria to assess ESL […]

Academia needs a reality check: Life is not back to normal [Gruber, Van Bavel, Cunningham, Somerville, & Lewis

Academia needs a reality check: Life is not back to normal — from sciencemag.org by June Gruber, Jay J. Van Bavel , William A. Cunningham, […]

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