Research Highlights, March 16-22, 2020

Brandon Hall Group has been working hard to help our members and clients adjust to the new realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. We launched a […]

Next-gen supercomputers are fast-tracking treatments for the coronavirus in a race against time [Wood]

From DSC: On one hand: Next-gen supercomputers are fast-tracking treatments for the coronavirus in a race against time  — from cnbc.com by Charlie Wood Key […]

Proceedings of the 2019 Connected Learning Summit Released

On behalf of the Connected Learning Summit Conference Committee, we are pleased to announce the publication of the Proceedings of the 2019 Connected Learning Summit. […]

Fend Off Facebook: What To Look Out For As Students Go Fully Online Permanently

Get ready for your learners to spend a lot more time in front of their screens, and the effects on their well-being. This could mean […]

4 ways to spark a learning revolution

Following a period of rapid growth, Lush North America needed to adapt – and a new learning strategy put its mission center stage. Hear Shauna […]

Wikipedia First: New Rules for Online Research

A recent article in Wired revisited how attitudes toward Wikipedia come face to face with the reality of Wikipedia. It is the world's eighth most visited […]

Digging into self-direction

When states around the country shifted towards standards-based, competency-based and proficiency-based learning and reporting, that involved separating the content-specific skills The post Digging into self-direction […]

The abstract

The curious thing about an abstract is that although, after the title, it is the first text to be read, it is usually the last […]

Why Silent Reading Rates and Stamina are More Important than Ever!

Freddy Hiebert currently of TextProject, Emily Hayden of Iowa State and I recently published an empirical paper about patterns of silent reading. This is the […]

Reflections on a Decade of Engaged Scholarship–The Final Report from the Connected Learning Research Network

It’s rare to have the opportunity to work with a stable team of extraordinary scholars over the course of a decade. It’s even rarer for […]

Fake News Is Everywhere. But Students Can Be Taught to Spot It, New Study Finds

Researchers at the Reboot Foundation found that interventions as simple as reading a short article or watching a three-and-a-half-minute long educational video can make an […]

Polishing the finished product

At the end of the viva there are various mixed emotions swirling around, for both the former student and the former supervisor. Relief that it […]

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