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Office of Information Technology - OIT - 0 views

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    Blog from the Office for Information Technology at U of Colorado
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Free reference manager and PDF organizer | Mendeley - 0 views

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    Automatically generate bibliographies Collaborate easily with other researchers online Easily import papers from other research software Find relevant papers based on what you're reading Access your papers from anywhere online
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Teachers | StoryCorps - 1 views

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    Audio interviews of people talking about teachers who have had a profound influence on their lives. 
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Flipping the Classroom: The Why and the How - Download Free Content from Apple Distingu... - 0 views

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    Course Description This course is designed for teachers and administrators interested in the flipped classroom model.  The course has two main components: WHY flip your classroom and HOW to flip your classroom. Why Flip? Participants will get a glimpse into the what and why of the flipped classroom beginning with an iBook.  This iBook will provide readers with the history, background, research, and examples of  flipped classrooms through interactive texts, keynotes, and videos.  This text is the preface to the second portion of the course addressing how to flip the classroom.
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Best, Worst Learning Tips: Flash Cards Are Good, Highlighting Is Bad | TIME.com - 1 views

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    In a world as fast-changing and full of information as our own, every one of us - from schoolchildren to college students to working adults - needs to know how to learn well. Yet evidence suggests that most of us don't use the learning techniques that science has proved most effective. Worse, research finds that learning strategies we do commonly employ, like rereading and highlighting, are among the least effective.
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Flipped Classroom Successes in Higher Education | Emerging Education Technology - 1 views

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    Examples of successfully "flipped" classroom
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How Professors Really Feel About Digital Technology [#Study] | EdTech Magazine - 1 views

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    As a follow-up to their study on how professors view online learning, Inside Higher Ed partnered with Babson Survey Research Group to explore how college professors and administrators interact with technology. The survey, summarized in Digital Faculty: Professors, Teaching and Technology, posed questions about digital learning content, e-books, social media, communication, learning management software and a variety of other technology-related issues. Here are a few key points from this excellent report.
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Disrupting Ourselves: The Problem of Learning in Higher Education (EDUCAUSE Review) | E... - 1 views

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    A growing appreciation for the porous boundaries between the classroom and life experience, along with the power of social learning, authentic audiences, and integrative contexts, has created not only promising changes in learning but also disruptive moments in teaching.
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The role of listening in interpersonal influence - 0 views

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    Using informant reports on working professionals, we explored the role of listening in interpersonal influence and how listening may account for at least some of the relationship between personality and influence. The results extended prior work which has suggested that listening is positively related to influence for informational and relational reasons. As predicted, we found that: (1) listening had a positive effect on influence beyond the impact of verbal expression, (2) listening interacted with verbal expression to predict influence (such that the relationship between listening and influence was stronger among those more expressive), and (3) listening partly mediated the positive relationships between each of the Big Five dimensions of agreeableness and openness and influence.
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ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: Accessible Instruction For Educators - 0 views

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    This module has been developed by the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in response to the Ontario Government's requirement for educators under Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The goal of the AODA is to have a fully accessible Ontario by 2025. This module is open for public access and participation is not tracked. If you wish to use the module or link to it, you have permission from UOIT as long as UOIT receives appropriate credit. Accessibility is important and we welcome the opportunity to share this information with others.
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