Monthly Archives: April 2012

10 Degrees Hiring Managers Don’t Want to See

I am a fan of infographics and I have two degrees in religion so it seemed fitting to share this! Browse more Education infographics.

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Relationships among collaborative learning, social presence, and student satisfaction in a blended learning environment

Stephen D. Sorden recently completed a dissertation titled “Relationships among collaborative learning, social presence, and student satisfaction in a blended learning environment” The abstract states: “The Social Cognitive Framework for Blended Learning (SCFBL) is proposed as a guide for designing

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E-books aren’t just for e-readers???

According to the Pew Research Center, E-books aren’t just for e-readers… To read more about their research, visit: http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2012/04/20/e-books-arent-just-for-e-readers-a-deep-dive-into-the-data/

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Learning Tools Over the Years

Learning Tools Over the Years [Via: Colorado Technical University online learning]

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What is eLearning?

What is eLearning?

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Which conferences do you attend (regularly)?

Which conferences do you attend (regularly)? As I am packing to go to the American Educational Research Association (AERA), I began thinking about what conferences other “educational technologists,” “instructional technologists,” “instructional designers,” “trainers,” “instructional developers,” “elearning professionals,” and so forth

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The “Top 20 publications. . .” according to Google!

I am fascinated with academics’s (including my own) obsession with measuring the “impact” or “importance” of journals. Traditional methods are clearly flawed. And time will tell to what degree open access journals begin to change this by focusing more on

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58 Tips for Breakthrough eLearning Instructional Design

Check out this free resource 58 Tips for Breakthrough eLearning Instructional Design Contributing Editor, Chris Benz Instructional Design (ID) is — or at least should be — the foundation for effective eLearning. Whether you are new to ID or have

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Organize Your Life

Organize your life and your team??? On IT Forum Bernie Dodge share the following list of apps that can be used to manage teams / tasks / projects: Asanahttp://asana.com "Do great things. Asana is the shared task list for your

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Creating Apps for Mobile Devices

Creating Apps for Mobile Devices On IT Forum someone asked about simple ways to create apps for mobile devices. Here is a list of what members recommended: Bright covehttp://www.brightcove.com/en/content-app-platform mLearning Studio from RapidIntakehttp://rapidintake.com/mlearning-studio “very simple–no programming involved, and creates Web

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