Monthly Archives: February 2014

Come present or simply attend! Educational Collaborators Idaho Summit – featuring Google for Education.

The Educational Collaborators, in partnership with the Blaine County School District, is pleased to announce the Idaho Google Summit on April 5th and 6th, 2014!   This summit is an open 2 day event primarily focused on Google Apps for Education, Chromebooks,

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Messy realities: Investigating learners’ experiences in MOOCs

Some recent work by George Veletsianos Messy realities: Investigating learners' experiences in MOOCs from George Veletsianos

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AECT webinar: “Learning Analytics – Potential and Principles” by Ryan Baker

AECT webinar: “Learning Analytics – Potential and Principles” by Ryan Baker (http://www.columbia.edu/~rsb2162/). Description Increasingly, students’ educational experiences occur in the context of educational technology, creating opportunities to log student behavior in a fashion that is both longitudinal and very fine-grained.

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From my inbox: A periodic table of instructional design

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gWhiz Tutorial: gFlash Flashcard Maker Using Google Docs

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Ted Talk – Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation

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A Conference Call in Real Life

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1981 Lego ad about the power of creating something

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