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Why Change Our Approach to Teaching?

Why Change Our Approach to Teaching?By: Doug Ward, PhD Jennifer Roberts first noticed the difference a few years ago in Geology 101.The course regularly draws 300 or more students a semester, and Roberts, an associate professor of geology, was teaching … Continue reading

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Teaching with Infographics: Practicing New Digital Competencies and Visual Literacies – Journal of Pedagogic Development

Teaching with Infographics: Practicing New Digital Competencies and Visual Literacies Sidneyeve Matrix, Queen’s University, Canada & Jaigris Hodson, Ryerson University, Canada Abstract This position paper examines the use of infographics as a teaching assignment in the online college classroom. It … Continue reading

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Bill MacKenty – Educational Technology

Slate has wonderful article about a professors choice to use (or not to use) technology in learning. The article resonates with me on many levels. As I reflect on the SAMR model of technology use and learning, I see many … Continue reading

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Infographics and digital literacy

Journal of Pedagogic Development

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