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.
With countless tech tools, software, and platforms, knowing where to turn to get answers to technology-related questions can seem daunting. Chances are, however, the Knowledge Management program within MSU IT has the answer. Led by John Senger, the Knowledge Management program is responsible for coordinating the documentation associated with services MSU IT offers and supports. That includes more than 2,600 knowledge articles providing information, tips, and veritable “how to’s” for
This is just a brief reminder that we’ll be restarting Blursdays tomorrow, 5/5 at 4 PM ET with George Siemens. We’re still figuring out the move from our old platform to Engageli. In particular, the old platform used to send out invitations with calendar meeting planners. I don’t know about you, but I need one of those to get anywhere I’m supposed to be. So here’s a little RSVP
By Jennifer Ahern-Dodson | [email protected] For the past 10 years, I’ve led the faculty writing initiative Duke Faculty Write. The goal: to advance faculty writing through writing retreats and workshops, writing groups and peer mentoring, and consultations and coaching. Since it began in 2012, over four hundred faculty have participated in the program’s signature Summer Scholarly Writing Retreat and Workshop as well as academic year writing retreats and faculty
Just been trying out the Book Creator software and I have created a book on Universal Digital Human Rights. Very impressed so far: Manifesto: UDHR
Digital Bodies According to a report from The Information, Meta Platforms has an ambitious roadmap to release four new XR headsets over the next two years. According to the plans, Meta is planning ... This article Meta’s XR Roadmap – Four New VR Headsets in Two Years! first appeared on Digital Bodies by Emory Craig .
By Aijun Cai* Prof. Ha and her students in last class day in Term 1 of Fall 2021. Use Your “Sociological Imagination” “Diverse”, “Engaging” and “Enlightening.” These are the words used by three undergraduate students who took SOCIOL 111 Contemporary Social Problems with Hyun Jeong Ha, Ph.D. when asked to describe the course. As an introductory sociology class, SOCIOL 111 covers a variety of topics related to social inequality, including
Blursdays are back again! Thanks to the good folks at Engageli, we will be permanently migrating to their platform. The format will stick closely to the one we used on the old platform for now, but we hope and expect to become even more collaborative and social as we learn how to make better use of Engageli’s affordances over time. George Siemens I can’t think of a better person to
This is the prison diary of the ‘Artist Formally Known As’ doing his 452 day sentence. In equal measures its genuinely hilarious, depressing and prophetic. Steven AFKN describes the process of getting the job as a prison art tutor and then records the everyday lessons and life inside these weird, and not so wonderful institutions. He describes the numerous times students are off their heads on ‘spice’ in the classrooms
Digital Bodies Meta isn’t exactly imitating Apple’s retail presence, but they plan on experimenting with a retail store for selling AR and VR devices. It’s hardly a surprise when you consider the challenge ... This article The Future of XR? Meta Experiments with a Retail Store first appeared on Digital Bodies by Emory Craig .