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.
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The breakdown of the $1.37 trillion dollars being spent this year on education
D2L hosted its first Competency-based Education Summit last month. Check out what you may have missed.
Video is great for teaching and learning, but it’s only the medium – so how do you make sure your students are getting the most out of it?
The application of adaptive learning is expanding, so what does this mean for teachers and institutions?
A professor and game designer shares his expertise on the basics of gamification and how it can increase student engagement.
How does the quality of your online courses measure up? Are you designing them in a way that will help students succeed?
Think UDL is just about accommodation and means more work for educators? Think again.
Learn how to use a blended learning approach to save time, decrease your workload, and make your life easier.
...to never stop asking questions, never stop wondering, and always remember we all have some genius within.