Hybrid Pedagogy is an academic and networked journal of teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in education.
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This blog post may capture why some can't see the point of technology in education... Jesse Stommel recognises that there is little motivation to learn different tools for use in the same techniques. By all means start from where you are comfortable, but use what you learn to put some anticipation, excitement and fun into learning.
This tool has already been used to good effect in Self Directed Research and Learning at UCBC Lancs UK. It's a simple tool for organising thoughts and sources of information from the web. This article gives a succinct overview and tips for effective use.
Erin Scott Starting the year off with ideas on the best ways to use technology to support learning, Larry Ferlazzo collected an invaluable list of cr (#eLearning Case Studies: How Teachers Use Tech to Support Learning:
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Getting learners engaged and owning their learning can be a challenge! With links to more detailed case studies Tina Barseghian collects together here four diverse and thought provoking ideas.
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) has published four toolkits offering practical guidance to those working in higher education (HE) outreach and widening participation. The toolkits are web-based and are available on the HEA website.
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