My Long Journey to Student-Centered Learning Inside Higher Ed (blog) After years of writing seriously, like nine of them, I'd at last reached what I now think of as a learner-centered space, a self-directed program of exploration that allowed me to...
I’m sharing the secrets to keeping up with Google! To update one of last year’s most popular posts, The Guide to Keeping Up with Google, I am putting together a new guide and blog series with tips for keeping up with Google.
Partial Credit: The 2015 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology Inside Higher Ed With all this money raised and spent under the guise of improving postsecondary education, the 2015 Inside Higher Ed Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology...
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are one of the most common types of questions used in assessments of online courses. But, what does it take to develop a good MCQ? How can e-learning designers make the best use of these questions in their courses?
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