Delaying the grade: How to get students to read feedback [Louden]

Delaying the grade: How to get students to read feedback — from cultofpedagogy.com by Kristy Louden Excerpt: This meant that I could return papers with comments […]

Review: Great Writing (Cengage)

A couple of months ago we ran a two-week ‘Grammar and Writing’ course for teens (aged 14+). I was scheduled to teach these classes but, […]

From the Archives: Our Top 5 Webinars

We were feeling that #ThrowbackThursday vibe today, so we decided to look back at our most popular eLearning webinars from 2017 and 2018 so far. […]

Student Success: Making Your Writing Shine with Grammarly [VIDEO]

Many are familiar with the editing tool Grammarly; however, not enough can be said about the variety of capabilities packed into this seemingly tiny tool! […]

Interpreting the data

Building on existing knowledge A key role of any supervisor is helping the research student to bridge the gap between the fundamentals about what is […]

Gates Foundation, Chan Zuckerberg Team Up to Seek 'State of the Art' Ideas for Schools

In a new Request for Information, two of the most powerful groups in education philanthropy jointly seek "state-of-the-art" ideas to improve students' math, writing, and […]

Writing Resources from the “State of Writing”

Writing Resources from the “State of Writing” — from stateofwriting.com with thanks to Mary Bennett who mentions that this site is an “incredibly useful resource […]

Webinar: Writing Much More Better

Earlier this week we had a spectacular webinar with one of our instructional designers, Dr. David Christiansen discussing writing for eLearning! Dr. Christiansen covered so […]

Establishing the storyline

One of the first things that both the supervisors and the research students need to remember is that although the dissertation is the justification of […]

DC: We should change the color of the ink that we use to grade papers from red to green!

From DSC: I vote that we change the color that we grade papers — whether on paper (harcopy) or whether via digitally/electronically-based annotations — from […]

How to Illustrate your results

When I was writing up my own PhD (in the antediluvian days before personal computers, desktop publishing software, or graphics packages!) I was given a […]

Musings While Settling Down to Write

As I attempt to bring the semester to a soft landing, I thought that I would try creating a screen cast of some of my […]

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