EET Staff

EET Staff

Over the years we have compiled articles from different members of the EET team. Sometimes they were written collaboratively and other times the staff author wasn’t written down. These articles were too good not to share, so we’ve labeled them as EET Staff.

Students Speak: Conversations from the Classroom Part 2- TechnologyStudents Speak: Conversations from the Classroom is a podcast series that investigates the experience of post-secondary students in areas such as technology, online learning, and teaching and learning. In this episode we speak with Darcie and Rebecca regarding their experiences with online learning.

Students Speak: Conversations from the Classroom Part 1- Online LearningStudents Speak: Conversations from the Classroom is a podcast series that investigates the experience of post-secondary students in areas such as technology, online learning, and teaching and learning. In this episode we speak with Darcie and Rebecca regarding their experiences with online learning.

Improving Student Learning through Formative Assessment Just imagine if a pilot flew without adjusting for variables such as storms and headwinds. Visualize an airliner flying from London to Vancouver. It flies west for about 9 hours and then land. The pilot then asks, “Is this Vancouver?”

Looking for ways to implement iPads into your classroom.  Check out Jacqui Murray's recent blog post Is a just a giving a grade enough feedback to impact learning?  Advancements in computer generated grading of essays has brought this, and many other questions about automation, to the forefront.  

Wednesday, 05 June 2013 08:00

College Wide Outcomes - Twitter

College Wide Outcomes - TwitterLearners today, more than ever, are bombarded with increasing amounts of information, rapid technological change, and increased globalization. How do we ensure student success in such as world?

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 08:00

iPad Apps-by Task-Wow | Ask a Tech Teacher

Looking for ways to implement iPads into your classroom.  Check out Jacqui Murray's recent blog post Looking for ways to implement iPads into your classroom.  Check out Jacqui Murray's recent blog post "iPad Apps-by Task-Wow."

Wednesday, 06 March 2013 08:00

Why do Students use Wikipedia and Google?

Why do Students use Wikipedia and Google?I was at coffee one Friday afternoon, when a faculty member asked me, “Why do my students consistently use Wikipedia and Google as resources for an academic paper?”  Without citing the numerous studies on the topic, I simply responded with, “I believe your students are information illiterate.”

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:00

Building Bridges with One Book

Building Bridges with One BookWhat if everyone at your college read one book? At Lethbridge College, the Buchanan Library’s One Book Program encourages students, faculty and staff to take a break from the textbooks and read for pure enjoyment.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 08:00

Libraries Support Distributed Learning

Libraries Support Distributed LearningAcademic libraries must support students and instructors involved in distributed learning initiatives by providing access to online products and services, as well as be accessible to those studying off-campus. Here’s how libraries go about it.

Google Launches Free Tool To Let You Run Your Own Online CoursesNot enough time to read education articles? What about trying an education podcast? Check out Joe Mazza's blog post on #EdChat Radio and other links to educational podcasts.

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