In this study, Dr. Andrew Feldstein and Dr. Linda A discuss how different Yellowdig board settings and instructor interventions have an effect on the participation and engagements of students.
In Campus Technology‘s second annual Teaching with Technology Survey, faculty were asked how they feel about tech in the classroom, where they go for IT support and more. “84 percent of respondents said they are […]
“The social requirement of the age of networked individuals is to be connected and findable”.(Wellman and Rainie 2012) Networked Individualism, as described in their 2012 book has arisen from a confluence of events they identify […]
In the Chronicles of Higher Education, Sept.28, 2016 ProfHacker Column, George Williams explained how I Learned to stop Resenting Blackboard and Start Using BB Grader. According to Blackboard “Bb Grader provides teachers with a mobile […]
Piazza by Carolyn Anderson Accounting is basically an applied math class. Students learn some accounting concepts and then apply them to a specific problem. My preferred method of teaching was to drill on vocabulary and […]
Collaborate is a Blackboard building block that allows students to learn and work together through video conferencing during the “Ultra Experience.” In a meeting, an instructor can share a document or an application or can […]
According to a March 22, 2016 report on lifelong learning and technology by the Pew Research Center about two-thirds of all American adults have participated in a personal learning activity this year. What some might […]