Mid-America Christian University's Dr. Laurie Ward talks about simulating an on-ground classroom experience online.
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In the war for workplace talent, creating a millennial-friendly learning program can be a company’s secret weapon.
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Five quick wins for accessible online courses, and three great breakout sessions at Fusion 2017.
There’s a ton of student data out there. How do you act on it to better help students succeed? Read on to find out.
As mobile adoption skyrockets, enabling mobile learning is increasingly important. Here are four tips for doing it better.
Tech is quickly changing teaching and learning. Here are some strategies to help faculty stay on the cutting edge.
K-12 teachers can use social-inspired activity feeds to foster communication and collaboration in class or at home.
This post, the second in a series on academic integrity technologies, looks at the security benefits of biometric technology.
The last in a series of three, this post looks at how instructors can use video-based assessment.
The second in a series of three, this post looks at how to incorporate video learning into instructional design.