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Self-Service Pedagogical Problem-Solving

Do you have students who have trouble expressing themselves through writing? Do students ever struggle to keep up with course readings? Are group projects not working as well as you’d like? These common pedagogical problems plague many a college course. Here at

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This will revolutionize education

If a moment ever comes along when I am teaching a class, and I require any old YouTube video to embed or link to as an example, my go-to is inevitably a video from my all-time favorite YouTube channel, Veritasium.

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A+A>A?: The Ever-Evolving Intergalactic Saga of the ebook Market

In case you hadn’t been paying attention (which is entirely understandable – you’re a human, with actual lives, families, hopes, dreams and whatnot – unlike us in the Exchange that live, breathe, and sleep virtually), the eBook market has been

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water, water everywhere….

a very detailed graph showing the hype cycle

A common problem in the world of technology, not just among educators, is the overwhelming sense that there are too many tools. We are constantly bombarded with more options about how to create a presentation, how to edit your photos,

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Interwebs – fun friday link

Here’s a link to a video just to make you think a bit about technological change Best line is at 4:14. Trust me.

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Interwebs – NYTimes – Young Minds

If you aren’t a reader of The Stone, the NYTimes weekly opinion column where “contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless” or something or other, you should probably pat yourself on the back – it was

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FREE, Teaching Online for Beginners Webinar Series

MOOCOW  Teaching Online for Beginners  Presenters; Steve Gilbert and Beth Dailey and Others Description Teaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B) is a Massive Open Online Course or Whatever (MOOCow) designed to help you, as a successful faculty member in higher education, begin

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Interwebs – What Computers Can’t Do

This article from the NYTimes does a great job of reminding people what it is that computers are unable to do, and consequently, what it is that people will do as our technological infrastructure continues to grow. From a pedagogical

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Interwebs – Making Your Course as Addictive as Games

Welcome to the first installation of our series “Interwebs”, where we bring to you all the great links we find relating to technology and learning, novel solutions to terrible problems, and perhaps silly ephemera that may help you get through

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