Monthly Archives: October 2011

Open Courseware

Here is a nice infographic on Open Courseware Created by: Online College Classes

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“Social Presence within the Community of Inquiry Framework”

A new article was published by David Annand called: “Social Presence within the Community of Inquiry Framework”. Abstract The role of social presence as defined by the community of inquiry (CoI) framework is critiqued through a review of recent literature.

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7 Top Authoring Tools

Just read a good article called “7 Top Authoring Tools” by Joe Ganci. I recommend you read the entire article but here are the top authoring tools Joe has identified (in order of most used to least used): Adobe Captivate

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Situational Qualities Exhibited by Exceptional Presenters

Joni Dunlap and I just published an ECAR research bulletin called “Situational Qualities Exhibited by Exceptional Presenters”. Bad presentations are commonplace, but rather than focus on what is wrong with bad presentations, the authors looked at what makes an exceptional

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5 Ways to Make Linear Navigation More Interesting

Here is a nice presentation with some good ideas on how to make linear navigation (i.e., Next>>) more interesting. 5 ways to make linear navigation more interesting View more presentations from Cathy Moore

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Steve Jobs Timeline

Here is a recent infographic of the timeline variety about Steve Jobs (R.I.P. Jobs!).

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