The maturation of free ubiquitous video conferencing tools provides an opportunity for faculty members to experiment with alternatives to conventional asynchronous discussion forums commonly used in online courses. However, there continues to be debate about whether synchronous video conferencing has a meaningful role to play in an online course environment. Although the Community of Inquiry […]
First off, A big THANK YOU goes out our faculty member, Patty Grandos & John Gyory of University of Central Florida for bringing this to our attention. Expanding the size of the box for adding files to modules The default file list size is only 75 pixels tall. By adding the following code to […]
This is your chance to share your work with the whole group at the 2013 Roundtable! It can be an innovative practice on your campus, a great new tool, or anything else you think...
What is App.net? From the developers: App.net is your passport to great applications. Use your App.net account to access a network of amazing social apps. Talk to friends with group messaging apps, share pictures and documents with file storage apps, and tell stories with microblogging apps—all while controlling your own data. Find apps you love and […]
Digital Learning Spaces: Lessons from the MSc in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh Jen Ross, University of Edinburgh Monday, April 15 Noon – 1:30 PM Seattle Pacific University Library Seminar Room Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/digitalspaces Every course design is philosophy and belief in action. This is no less true – indeed it may be truer […]
David W. Denton, Seattle Pacific University David Wicks, Seattle Pacific University Abstract: Over the last two decades, students and teachers, across educational levels and disciplines, have been subject to a variety of school reform efforts. Nevertheless, some instructional practices, such as portfolio assessment, persist and grow in popularity even in the midst of changing educational […]