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.
Today we’re attempting another Future Trends Forum experiment. Once again we will focus on discussion, and not center it around a guest. Instead, we’re going to talk about Charlottesville and what it means for education. In light of current events, we will hold an open session today, August 16th, from 2-3 pm. This is an hour for us to reflect, process, and share our thoughts about what just happened, and
There is a 1979 song made popular by British band The Buggles called “Video Killed the Radio Star.” It spoke of the advent of modern technology, specifically video, and its effects on radio. One repeated line goes “We can't rewind we've gone too far,” but just like fashion, radio stars have resurfaced in a new digital form: podcasters. For those of you that still remember, one of the major
Is postsecondary education following the same employment path as corporate America?
When I was at the Domains 2017 conference earlier this summer, Jon Udell issued a challenge – what are you doing to help the fight again digital polarization, “fake news,” and general media illiteracy? He has been working hard with Mike Caulfield on the Digital Polarization Initiative (which I’ve already written about), and they’ve come up with a new way to make it easier for teachers to incorporate the
Think-pair-share is one of my favorite active learning activities. It is easy, quick and can give you a good idea of what your students are thinking. As an instructor, you can use think-pair-share to check on your student’s ability to use the concepts you are teaching and break up a lecture to regain student attention. Students can check their understanding and get immediate feedback. All of this can be done
Samwell Tarly, grad student.
A guest post by Dr. Julie Kim.
We’ve written similar headlines after past BbWorlds only to be disappointed, so it’s prudent to be cautious. We also need to be clear on what “turning around” does and does not mean. That said, this time feels different.1 Kinds of Evidence of LMS Supplier Health Given the cautions above, it’s worth taking some time to look at the types of evidence we gather and what each type can or cannot
Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. I took the last week off to chill with my extended family at the beach, so this week's Tweet Wrap is smaller than most (but I dipped heavily into posts scheduled for today to flesh things out!). Nevertheless, plenty of cool things here to check
Colleges and universities around the country enter to be recognized for social media excellence in the EDU Hall of Fame The Social Media Strategies Summit – Higher Education is a two day conference coming to Boston, November 2-3, 2017. Now in its 3rd year, the summit is where social media marketing professionals working in higher education gather to learn about best practices, trends, and insights into how leading universities are
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