Learning Design for Deep Learning

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October 2012

Open Access and Scientific Publishing

Recently in honour of Open Access Week, PhD Comics posted a video (liked to and embedded below) explaining what open access means and why the scientific community should take notice. It very clearly lays out why open access is important… Continue Reading →

Open (and FREE) Textbooks

The Open Education movement has many merits in terms of providing free resources to students and instructors from K-12 to post-secondary and graduate education -“open” in terms of no commercialization or publisher/company involvement. Open also means that it has been… Continue Reading →

How can I project the screen of my iPad in the classroom?

For the record: I am not advocating buying an iPad or any other product. These suggestions are based on support forums and have not been tested explicitly by myself or CIEL.   There are a number of options for projecting… Continue Reading →

State of the Learning Management System Marketplace 2012

Source: The Delta Initiative – shared under a CC BY-ND license I always enjoy the Delta Initiative’s round up of what is going on in the learning environment market.  The latest infographic shows the current market share for the major software producers of learning… Continue Reading →

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