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INFOGRAPHIC: 2016 Higher Education Online Learning Landscape

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April 25th Deadline — NWeLearn 2016 Call for Proposals

There’s just under a week left to submit! If you know of others who may have interesting topics to present on, please encourage them to submit. 2016 marks the eleventh annual Northwest eLearning Conference, which will be held in Eugene,

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AERA is live-streaming select sessions at its 2016 Annual Meeting

AERA is pleased to announce that it is live-streaming select sessions at its 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., April 8 to 12. Among the live-streamed sessions is a special address by U.S. Second Lady Jill Biden, on Monday, April 11,

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Research about Educational Technology Open Access Journals

Academic publishing is a mess. However, despite the ongoing issues academics have with traditional publishing companies (e.g., signing over the copyright of their work, reviewing manuscripts for free, getting takedown notices for sharing copies of their own articles), the clear

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SLIDES: Michael Johnson’s “Uses of Video Annotation Software to Promote Deep Learning”

Uses of Video Annotation Software to Promote Deep Learning – SoTE 2106 from Michael Johnson

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New Elective at Boise State this summer — Introduction to Openness

This summer we are pleased to offer a special topics elective called Introduction to Openness. This is an important topic that focuses on issues related to open content, open software, open online courses, and more. Course description: This is a

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WCET Outstanding Work Award call for nominations

Submit Your Creative Solution to a Significant Need in Higher Ed Today!  Look across your campus or organization for successful and innovative works that meet the WCET Outstanding Work criteria.  Encourage your colleagues to submit a nomination. The WCET Outstanding Work

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Great Instructional Design & Technology Books

I regularly run across free access to great books online. The following are a few that have caught my attention recently. I personally love books so I would recommend purchasing each of these for your own library. Handbook of Distance

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VIDEO: How to motivate Students Online. Interview with Curt Bonk

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SLIDES: Teacher Professional Development in the Digital Age: Design Considerations for MOOCs for Teachers

Teacher Professional Development in the Digital Age: Design Considerations for MOOCs for Teachers from Chuck Hodges

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