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July 25, 2017
Editor’s Note: Today we’re revisiting an old favorite on how students think about learning. “Efficient and effective learning starts with a proper mindset,” Stephen Chew writes in his short,...
July 25, 2017
Most of our writing here at e-Literate is not directly funded, whether by ads, subscriptions, or sponsorships. We have received grants in the past to produce e-Literate TV videos, but generally not...
July 24, 2017
At last month’s Future Trends Forum hosted by Bryan Alexander, I received several questions around the intersection of K-12 and higher education markets for learning platforms. A condensed...
July 24, 2017
During the past couple of weeks, we have added the following five new books to the BC Open Textbook Collection. Exploring Movie Construction and Production – Description: Exploring Movie...
July 23, 2017
I admit that I’m an assessment geek, nerd, or whatever name you’d like to use. I pore over evaluations, rubrics, and test scores to see what kinds of actionable insights I can glean from them. I’ve...
July 21, 2017
Is there something missing from your instructional design model? Here are five UX research methods that will serve our field well and may fill in the gaps.
July 20, 2017
As a new teacher, one of the resources I found most helpful in shaping my grading practices was Grant Wiggins’s advice on feedback and assessment. Meaningful feedback, he suggests, is much more than...
July 19, 2017
eLearn Magazine is entering a new period and exciting changes lie ahead.
July 18, 2017
There’s no discounting the importance of the first day of class. What happens that day sets the tone for the rest of the course. Outlined below are a few novel activities for using that first day of...
July 18, 2017
A little over a week ago, I wrote a “recommended reading” post pointing to a piece from Inside Higher ed and The Times Higher Ed called “Fear of Looking Stupid” about research...

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