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Rhondda Powling

Plagiarism | Common Craft - 5 views

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    An introduction of the basics of plagiarism and how to avoid it, told via a story of a student completing an assignment
Tania Sheko

http://horizon.unc.edu/projects/seminars/ELME.html - 1 views

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    Employers are expressing increasing dissatisfaction with the ability of college graduates to access, evaluate, and communicate information; to use information technology (IT) tools effectively; and to work well within groups across cultural lines. A change of instructional paradigms--from passive to active (authentic) learning strategies, such as project-based learning, problem-based learning, or inquiry-based learning--is clearly needed.
Rhondda Powling

Incompetent Research Skills Curb Users' Problem Solving (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox) - 2 views

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    A good short piece about how users search, and the importance of teaching information literacy in schools. One problem with search engines is that they are too good at finding information. The users see them as "answer engines" but the users may then do less critical analysis and rely on simple strategies only
Kerry J

Academic Skills & Learning Centre - ANU - 1 views

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    Ti[ps on writing, reading, oral presentations, exams and more for uni students. Really great resource for anyone going to university for the first time or going back to university after a break of years.
anonymous

Welcome to Route 21 - 0 views

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    The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is pleased to offer Route 21, a one-stop-shop for 21st century skills-related information, resources and community tools
Grace Kat

Information Age | Fast learners - 0 views

  • ICT professionals are well versed in the need to keep skills current, but in today's economy just about every employee needs to regularly refresh their ICT skills, understanding of regulatory issues and grasp of corporate policy.
Lynne Crowe

:: e-Learning for Kids :: - 0 views

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    On line learning courses in a wide range of curriculums for students aged 5 to 12.
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