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Paul Beaufait

The Z-Pattern Layout: What It Is, Why It Works, and When to Use It - 0 views

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    Explains and illustrates an arguably effective landing page layout leading viewers to calls to action (CTAs)
Paul Beaufait

The Audio Edit Suite - e-Learning, podcast and audiobook audio editing - 0 views

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    "the online home of audio editor & producer Rachel Jordan"
Paul Beaufait

Online Course Accessibility to Benefit Everyone | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

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    "With a process in place to ensure you meet specific student needs, you can begin to proactively identify accessibility pain points and come up with a plan for addressing them"
Paul Beaufait

Welcome to Flexitome - 0 views

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    Flexitome offers: an e-book reader an e-books shop a learning management system a resource library classroom tools authoring tools
Paul Beaufait

Brief interventions help online learners persist with coursework | Stanford News - 0 views

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    "[Psychological] ... interventions had a large effect on the performance of learners in less-developed countries, doubling their persistence and essentially eliminating the global achievement gap" (Psychological interventions, ¶9).
Paul Beaufait

How can I tell if a website is credible? - 0 views

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    This webpage suggests six factors to consider when assessing website credibility, and adds, "If you are unsure whether the site you're using is credible, verify the information you find there with another source you know to be reliable" (retrieved 2016.12.22).
Paul Beaufait

Helpful Hints to Help You Evaluate the Credibility of Web Resources - 0 views

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    "These guidelines are to help you become familiar with various types of Web resources and the reliability of the information" you find among them (¶2, retrieved 2016.12.22).
Paul Beaufait

Strategies to Help Students 'Go Deep' When Reading Digitally | MindShift | KQED News - 0 views

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    "[C]asual digital reading on the internet has instilled bad habits in many students, making it difficult for them to engage deeply with digital text in the same way they do when reading materials printed on paper" (Schwarz, 2016.10.16, ¶1).
Paul Beaufait

Top 6 Open Source Web Conferencing Software Tools For eLearning Professionals - eLearni... - 0 views

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    Pappas proposed six "budget-friendly ... open source web conferencing software tools to consider" (2016.05.27).
Paul Beaufait

Recording lectures: legal considerations | Jisc - 0 views

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    "Clarifying the legal aspects of recording lectures at UK further and higher education institutions."
Paul Beaufait

How To Attribute Creative Commons Photos - 0 views

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    This Global Digital Citizen Foundation post sports "a comprehensive infographic that reflects interesting research findings, gives details of Creative Commons licenses and illustrates how to properly attribute CC photos" (¶3, 2016.01.25).
Paul Beaufait

How to Configure Your Mac's Firewall | Macinstruct - 0 views

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    Four-year-old (2011.12.17) instructions and illustrations still serve as a guide for configuration of OS 10.11.1 (2015.12.09).
Paul Beaufait

E-Learning: Three Habits That Digital Natives Need to Change | Ken Turner(LION) | LinkedIn - 1 views

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    "An important area that digital natives have been unable to manage effectively is their own personal learning. There are 3 very specific habits that new learners bring with them into the E-Learning environment that need to be "un-learned" so effective "re-learning" can take place" (¶5, retrieved 2015.06.26).
Kimberly Hayworth

Center for Media & Social Impact | Empowering Media That Matters - 0 views

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    "The Center for Media & Social Impact is an innovation lab and research center that studies, designs and showcases media for social impact."
Kimberly Hayworth

Faculty Engagement Survey | ComETS - 1 views

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    "The Faculty Engagement Strategies Survey centers on faculty engagement in terms of 'educational technology strategies' and aims to collect information about how different administrators, staff and faculty at different institutions engage faculty and course instructors on the topic of effective use of educational technologies inside and outside of the classroom. The hope is that by collecting information on different strategies and their effectiveness we may all be able to make better, more informed decisions on this topic. Data is collected by sending out short monthly questionnaires on the CCUMC mailing list and three different EDUCAUSE mailing lists where a lot of educational technology professionals can be reached. The data collected each month is summarized and shared with the mailing lists. Feel free to explore the FAQ document in the left-hand menu for more information on the survey. You may also study the results of the different survey parts, which are listed under Results. You are welcome to contact the survey administrator Jacob E. Larsen (jlarsen@iastate.edu) if you have any questions."
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