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University of Wisconsin Stout: Interested in online teaching and learning?

Information about our Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning.
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University of Wisconsin-Stout - Learn to Teach Online: http://bit.do/GoStout
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50 Alternative and Unique Ways to Using WordPress - tomakeawebsite.net

50 Alternative and Unique Ways to Using WordPress - tomakeawebsite.net | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS), representing a whooping 69% of the market. Whether you want a basic blog, e-commerce website, or site for your Business, WordPress has you covered. So why is WordPress so popular? Well there are many reasons why people turn to WordPress for their website/blogging needs, here are …
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I've used about a half-dozen of the suggestions in this interesting (if somewhat padded) list of ways to use WordPress.  I confess, I think of it primarily as a Blog platform. This article could stretch your thinking a bit on how blog platforms can do multiple duty.

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How to Integrate Moodle and Wordpress

How to Integrate Moodle and Wordpress | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Juliana Payson shows how to integrate Moodle and WordPress for a better online learning experience.


The WordPress site is also where students can exchange information on their projects via blog and share videos, while the Moodle site is where Professor Stern holds online course discussions, collects her student’s final submissions, and distributes her reading homework. The Professor has also set up “blog collectives” in which students are required to comment on those of other students in the same collective. By doing so, she hopes, she will encourage her students to read one another’s work and thus benefit from mutual learning. And some of the blogs are “dual purpose”—one part in which the student writes a response that integrates the screenings and the readings of the question, and a second part in which “anything goes”—that is, as long as the student makes one post a week by Sunday at midnight (and he also has to have determined at the beginning what he is going to post about).

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Put Scoopit on Your Website or WordPress Blog

http://BasicBlogTips.com Scoopit is a hot new curation tool that I mentioned in a previous video. You can add Scoopit to page on your WordPress or Blogger bl...
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