With so many articles about Higher Ed IT across the web, it can be easy to miss something important. Here we have collected articles from some of the best Higher Ed IT blogs for you in one aggregate feed. We are constantly updating this list from some of our favorite sources.
Here are 15+ Colleges, Universities, and K-12 Schools and Districts hit by Ransomware (many more are likely to have been fortunate to not end up in the news). At the recent UBTech conference, I sat through several disturbing presentations focused on the proliferation of ransomware. These attacks are rising rapidly and education is now the number one target. Higher education's philosophy of openness, and the fact that we tend
The Crime Column.
Digital Bodies: At the NMC 2017 conference we led multiple sessions on Virtual Reality in education. We began the week with a pre-conference workshop, Virtual Reality Master Class: Learning Through… The post Virtual Reality Master Class at the NMC 2017 Conference appeared first on Digital Bodies.
How reading ‘Upside’ made me wonder about what we call ourselves.
Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. This week in the wrap … exploring Bandura's Social Learning Theory; tools and techniques for creating stop-motion videos; did you know that education is now the number 1 target for Ransomware attacks?!; why kids need to move, touch, and experience to learn best; check out
We’ve just released a refresh of the web site that is the first of what will be periodic updates. Don’t expect anything too flashy, though. We’re old-fashioned; we believe that the content makes or breaks the site. So we’ve deliberately kept the site design simple and content-focused. There are two benefits to you from this update. In the short term, we’ve revamped the post categories to make them more useful.
New York 2140, Change Agent, The Collapsing Empire, and the Expeditionary Force Series.
These were my remarks as a guest speaker in Donna Murdoch's class “Online Teaching and Learning – Applying Adult Learning Principles” this evening. I was asked to speak about learning analytics, but like I said in my keynote last week at NMC, ed-tech is boring. So this is a talk about pedometers. “Know thyself” – this is an ancient maxim, of course. But it’s become not so much a philosophy
(Reprinted in part with permission of evolllution.com) I’d like to see a dashboard for the student that provides not just the daily facts like assignments and due dates, but also personal and comparative progress bars that show how they are similar or different from their peers. We already have the data available to tell a student that 75 percent of the students that had their course load this semester
Why Jeff Bezos has given us a new reason to read this excellent book.
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