Sharing

Nearly all of us share something online, be it twitter LinkedIn Facebook WhatsApp etc. Whether it’s your coffee, dinner, family party, links to a blog […]

A Rubric to Identify Online Course Plans for a Community of Inquiry

This blog was originally posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2018). Community of Inquiry A community of inquiry (COI) is what it sounds like—people gather […]

A PhD is a thing of joy

image from https://pixabay.com/photos/backdrop-block-brick-building-21534/ Since seeing the quote ‘a PhD is a thing of joy‘ at last week’s Research Conference at the University of Northampton, I’ve […]

Study Finds Sizable Impact of Civic Media Literacy Education on Democratic Engagement

Youth, through efforts that leverage the power of social media, are often driving many of the most important social movements of our era — from […]

University of Northampton Research Conference June 2019

I love a good conference! Themes running through the Annual Research Conference were around research being creative, inclusive and applicable. It needs to make a […]

I wish journal articles would leverage some of the ideas from this new, straightforward, efficient science poster template!!! [Christian]

Research Posters Are a Staple of Academic Conferences. Could a New Design Speed Discovery? — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpts: Scholars around the world […]

Everything You Need for Evaluating Connected Learning in Libraries

The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) video series was born out of bad luck. An in-person workshop scheduled to happen during the PLA Conference […]

I’m doomed as always

Preamble Whenever I search for an option about anything, it is often the case that I will pick the most obscure or the least effective. […]

New Report Examines Influences on Occupational Identity in Adolescence

I am excited to announce the publication of “Influences on Occupational Identity in Adolescence,” a review of research and programs that help youth develop a […]

Four research-based strategies every teacher should be using [Gonzalez]

Four research-based strategies every teacher should be using — from cultofpedagogy.com  by Jennifer Gonzalez Excerpt (emphasis DSC): [Per Jennifer] Cognitive scientist Pooja Agarwal and K-12 […]

“Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental” [APA] + 5 other items on the lack of support for learning styles

Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental — from apa.org Many people believe learning styles predict academic and career success, study finds Excerpts: WASHINGTON — […]

4 Essentials for Learning Space Redesign [Raths]

4 Essentials for Learning Space Redesign — from CampusTechnology.com by David Raths There’s a lot more to creating active learning spaces than bringing in new […]

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