5 Tools to Make Research Writing Easier

Tools for research writing cover a broad range of purposes for the user. From plagiarism checkers to reference databases and grammar tools, here are 5 […]

Reading: Hashtags and retweets

I’m getting back into reading around things I enjoy and things that matter to me. What better place to start than with the archives of […]

“Augmented Reality: Everything You Need to Know for 2018” [Strupp] + 9 items on AR, VR, & MR

Augmented Reality: Everything You Need to Know for 2018 — from isl.co by Josh Strupp Excerpt: Here’s the trade-off: what we gain in development ease-of-use […]

Reportage or commentary?

  When the time comes to reveal your research results in writing, there are two basic choices, and the writer needs to decide upon one […]

12 learning solution trends from analyst Fosway

HR and learning analyst Fosway has launched its latest market analysis of digital learning. Called the 9-Grid the analysis assesses technology vendors according to potential […]

Developing a learning culture: A framework for the growth of teaching expertise [Chick, Kenny, Berenson, Johnson, Keegan, Read, & Reid]

Developing a learning culture: A framework for the growth of teaching expertise — from facultyfocus.com by Nancy Chick, Natasha Kenny, Carol Berenson, Carol Johnson, David […]

“If we’re in higher education to educate, Jillian Joyce asks, what keeps college teachers from learning more about teaching?” [Joyce]

Why Don’t Educators in Higher Ed Take Education Classes? — from insidehighered.com by Jillian Joyce If we’re in higher education to educate, Jillian Joyce asks, […]

Research Projects Made Easier…

When it comes to research projects why should students struggle due to reading levels of resources found on the internet? What would teachers say if […]

Friday Finds | December 8, 2017

During a recent trail run, it dawned on me that this weekly roundup could be even better if the people reading it could contribute. So […]

Friday Finds | October 20, 2017

Data Viz Project What do you do when you’ve got a big pile of data and need a way to display it? If you didn’t […]

“Technology from ‘Harry Potter’ Movies Brings Magic of Brain into Focus” + 2 items on VR

Technology from “Harry Potter” Movies Brings Magic of Brain into Focus — from scientificamerican.com by Bahar Gholipour Software lets scientists explore the brain in 3-D […]

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil]

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech — from nytimes.com by Cathy O’Neil Excerpt: We need academia to step up to fill in the gaps […]

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