Monthly Archives: May 2013

Evidence-Based Instruction: Graphics + Words = Better Learning

This post is the first in a new series highlighting research findings on effective instructional techniques. We noticed in our recent faculty survey that there were a significant number of faculty who are skeptical about the role of technology to … Continue reading

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June Workshops

We’ve added some new and exciting workshops for the month of June. Take some time this summer to learn about creating animated presentations, developing and producing video assignments, flipping your classroom, and more. Head on over to our Calendar page … Continue reading

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Attendance Tool Now Available on ECLearn

We recently added Canvas’s new “Roll Call” Attendance feature to ECLearn.  The Attendance tool makes recording who is present in your class quick and easy.  The Attendance Tool will display for instructors (not students) on the left navigation.  Click the … Continue reading

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End-of-Semester Reflection

Make self-reflection a part of your end-of-semester process and become inspired to seek out new pedagogical approaches and encouraged to try something new. Before we get too far removed from the spring semester, take time to reflect by considering these … Continue reading

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