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Examples of instructional / educational websites

I have worked with some amazing people over the years. One of them is Lisa O’Reilly. Below are some examples of the work she has done which are great examples of instructional websites and specifically self-paced training. You can check

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Call for Chapters – Online Learning: Common Misconceptions, Benefits, and Challenges

Call for Chapters Online Learning: Common Misconceptions, Benefits, and Challenges Editors: Patrick Lowenthal, Cindy York, and Jennifer Richardson Publisher: Nova Science Publishers The deadline for abstracts outlining what you want to contribute is May 5, 2013 and for the completed

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Recordings from the 2012 Northwest Managers of Educational Technology (NW/MET) Conference

I moved to the northwest about two years ago. I have been impressed with some of the regional organizations such as the Northwest Managers of Educational Technology. You can see a list of recordings from their 2012 conference online (http://nwmet.org/recordings/2012-conf-record/)

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2011 NWeLearn Conference: Recordings

South Seattle Community College has archives from the 2011 Northwest eLearn Conference posted on their website: http://sites.southseattle.edu/tlc/Home/2011nwelearnconferencerecordings Descriptions of Recorded Sessions below are outlined in this schedule (link) http://www.nwelearn.org/conference/2011/schedule.asp Advanced Angel & Angel 8.0 Jump-Start = Tegrity Recording Instructional Design

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Find the Right Journal for your Manuscript

Springer has a new tool that helps academics find the right journal for their next manuscript. You simply copy / paste your abstract into the field and it lists a number of possible journals that you might choose to submit

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Storytelling for Presentations

I am a strong believer in storytelling! You can check out some of my previous posts and papers on narrative, digital storytelling, and effective presentation skills! Today Mike Pascoe shared this slide deck created by Alex Rister on Facebook. I

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Ten most widely read EDUCAUSE Review and EDUCAUSE Review Online articles from 2012

I must confess that I miss Educause Quarterly and the “reader” counts it provided for each article. But I was happy to see the following top 10 list sent out by Educause. Top-Ten IT Issues, 2012 By Susan Grajek and

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Presentation 3.0 ??? Storytelling 3.0 ???

I have been interested in instructional communication and how academics present for some time. My interest began a number of years ago with my love for storytelling and hate for PowerPoint (or should I say the poor use of PowerPoint).

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The Basics of Blended Learning

Here is a short and sweet video on the basics of blended learning (from a K-12 perspective). The Basics of Blended Learning

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Passion, Projects & Play

A colleague of mine at Boise State, Jackie Gerstein, is interviewed by Howard Rheingold about Passion, Projects & Play and Restoring Creativity in the Classroom. Passion, Projects & Play: Restoring Creativity in the Classroom from DML Research Hub on Vimeo.

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