November 29, 2023

Elevate Digital Learning with TILT's Top Tips​

At TILT, we're passionate about transforming education through technology. That's why we're excited to present "TILT-Bits," a series where our dedicated teams of Instructional Designers, Instructional Technologists, and Faculty Development Specialists share quick and insightful "tips" or "bits" on leveraging the technology resources available on our campus. Discover why these resources are essential, how they support collaborative learning, and why they're crucial for fostering regular and substantive interaction. We hope that this will help enhance digital learning for faculty, staff, and students.

The Research

Using the Interaction Equivalency Theorem, we are able to focus on Student-to-Student Interaction, Student-to-Instructor Interaction, Student-to-Content Interaction while incorporating tech tools.
Online education has become an integral part of modern academia, providing opportunities for learners to access a world of knowledge from the comfort of their own homes. However, ensuring that these online learning spaces are conducive to meaningful learning can be a challenging endeavor. This is where the Interaction Equivalency Theorem, proposed by Anderson in 2003, comes into play. The theorem asserts that meaningful learning can be achieved in online learning environments if one of three types of interactions is present at a high level: learner-content, learner-teacher, and learner-learner interactions.
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