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Nearpod for Deeper Learning

In looking at my university’s Student Course Evaluations recently, I came across the following statement about one of my classes: “This is the best class that I have ever taken. I learned so much and have so much information to … (Read More) Nearpod for Deeper Learning

Increase Student Engagement with Poll Everywhere

If you are interested in . . . Increasing student engagement and classroom interaction; Facilitating peer learning and class discussion; Assessing student learning efficiently on an ongoing basis; Gauging student opinions on sensitive topics while respecting their privacy; Identifying students’ … (Read More) Increase Student Engagement with Poll Everywhere

Finding Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)

An important aspect of scholarly teaching is sharing our pedagogical knowledge and experiences with others. Sometimes, we accomplish this informally through discussion with colleagues, campus-based workshops, and local presentations. Other times, we share our teaching ideas, findings, and successes more … (Read More) Finding Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)

Three Steps to Getting Started with Mobile Learning

The dramatic proliferation of mobile devices, especially Apple iPads and Android tablets, on college campuses has not translated to widespread adoption or innovation in teaching and learning. In recent years, mobile device ownership among college students is near ubiquitous. However, … (Read More) Three Steps to Getting Started with Mobile Learning

Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents

Accessibility is a hot topic in education. Not only is it our legal obligation to make our online materials accessible to people with disabilities; it’s the right thing to do. Even if you don’t teach online, you may wish to … (Read More) Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents