Monthly Archives: February 2013

How Physical Space Supports Innovations in Higher Ed

In the age of massive open online courses (MOOCs), it might be tempting to think innovation in higher education means transcending physical space. In their coverage of Roy Pea’s recent keynote address at the Educause Learning Initiative, for example, EdSurge … Continue reading

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Using your iPad as a Remote Desktop in the Classroom

The use of a remote desktop is not new in the IT community, but with the increased ease of use with simple apps and the iPad, the use of a remote desktop in the classroom is easier than ever. For those who don’t know what … Continue reading

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Microlectures = Big Learning Opportunities

Microlecture is an unavoidable buzzword in instructional media as of late, but a justifiable buzz for many reasons. Microlecturing fits with the new classroom strategies of "flipping" and blended learning. From a technical perspective microlecturing is a sustainable and scalable … Continue reading

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