Lawrence Biemiller fro the Chronicle of Higher Education explores how the University at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Planning is using the challenges facing their city (declining population, changing industry, vacant dwellings,etc.) as an educational opportunity for students.
An article that outlines some of the advantages of flexible learning spaces. The article summarizes the book "Learning Spaces" from Educause.
Touchcast is a great tool that can turn an everyday educator into a flipped classroom superstar. Available for mobile and desktop, Touchcast allows for the easy creation of interactive videos delivering content to students.
Sli.do is a great tool that allows for students to use their mobile devices to interact with their instructor, and the course content. Students can answer questions posed by the instructors and see the results (in the form of graphs). They can also ask questions to their instructor through their device.
Instructors are always looking for new strategies and tools to help improve the overall learning experience for their students. In this interview, we sit down with Lethbridge College instructor Karl Rejman to discuss Evernote.
Mark and Kyle have returned with a sequel to their original review. This time, the dynamic duo are focusing on two emergent technologies that have the potential to radically change your instructional practice. Filmed and directed by auteur Lyle Ruggles, this is a do not miss. Check the video out!
Welcome to the Tech Review series! Mark and Kyle are two Instructional Designers whose mission is to bring new and innovative technologies to the forefront of instructional practice.
The Open Professional Education Network website is a search tool for finding Open Access Resources. It includes courses, texts, pdfs, video, images and more for secondary and post-secondary.
Universal instructional design is a method whereby space is reconfigured and constructed to create a learning environment that is generative and allows students with disabilities to be effective participants in the classroom.