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Week 7: LMS – “to be or not to be”

Reading the chapter 6 of Ko&Rossen I found some mix of tips and point of view to highlight:

The fast technical development of new tools opens opportunities to educational institutions to adapt to different teaching strategies The proliferation of tools makes it possible to find the tool that fit with a specific pedagogical need. It […]

Week 6: Internet Skills, html code and embedded Videos

By taking the internet skill test, I found that I had most of the right answers but I couldn’t remember the URL to find an old version of a current website…

It is always useful to know basic html commands, especially to identify how a website is coded, but in practice, an instructional designer has […]

Week 5: The Slippery Online Syllabus

Reading the various articles made me recognize the importance of the syllabus for my online course, as one author noted: “Your syllabus is one of THE most important documents you create for your class” (University of Minnesot’as Syllabus Tutorial).

Map from the Hobbit courtesy of Josh Calvetti (Creative Commons)

I found three reasons that […]

5 Reasons to Use Digital Textbooks

5 Reasons to Use Digital Textbooks.

Week 4: Pedagogy and Course Design II

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calvin_and_Hobbes

“Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continuing with the reading of Ko and Rossen, Chapter 3: Course Design and Development, pp. 63-end, I found really attractive goodies:

The Table 3.2 is a useful template when you are in the middle of the course organization […]