http://udg.theagoraonline.net/news/herramientos/ Our hope is to share some useful online tools that in some way will enhance your lessons. They will follow certain principles: Open, free to use, and to share. “Simple” to use, for instructors and students. Lend themselves to creation of assignments that are meaningful and authentic, not “disposable”. Tool: SPLOT Writer Example:…
Author: Brian (@brlamb)
Triad planning links
Twitter #UdGAgora vizualization bit.ly/udg-twitter Twitter #UdGAgora Data bit.ly/udg-tweet-data Triad Signup Sheet http://bit.ly/udg-triad End Evalution http://bit.ly/udg-eval
Early on, Nancy White introduced our group to the concept of “confusiasm” (confusiasmo), a portmanteau of confusion and enthusiasm. It seemed to resonate with everyone right away, and if I had to choose one word to describe our current state, that would be it.
Meme media: attention-grabbing images and animated GIFs
A great way to get attention, or the death of thoughtful communication? Or both? We hope this will be the silliest Studio ever! But will it help us to teach and learn?
(Image via Audrey Watters) Another intolerable blogging gap. If this keeps up I’ll have to turn over the keys to my domain. No lack of exciting activity on this end. I’m typing this on a flight south to Mexico, where I will be joining a team assembled by Tannis Morgan to work with a cohort […]
Free stuff: finding, reusing and sharing open educational resources
Explore the benefits of using and sharing openly licensed resources, and assess how they might improve our teaching.
Brian got his start with online learning in Mexico in the 1990s. He’s wanted to come back to do it again ever since. What will he learn this time?