In March 2012 I wrote about SendHub, a platform for texting a group of people all at once. Cel.ly is a similar service with a free space for educators. Unlike SendHub, with Cel.ly, students do not see my phone number… Read moreCel.ly: Text Message Your Classes for Free
Last week I was at the Clickers 2012 Conference where there was much discussion about whether faculty are okay with students using web-enabled devices (smartphones, laptops, tablets, etc.) during class. I was surprised, although I shouldn’t have been, that many… Read moreWeb-Enabled Devices in the Classroom: Yes or No?
NetClick.mobi is a new, free, web-based clicker system. After uploading a pdf, students can see the pdf on their web-enabled devices. Students tap (mobile) or click (computers) on the screen to vote. This is what it looks like for a… Read moreNetClick.mobi: Free, Web-Based Clicker System
Live blogging from EDUCAUSE’s session on the Horizon Report. The Horizon Report “review[s] various emerging technologies likely to have a significant impact on teaching, learning, or creative expression over the next five years and highlight how institutions across the world… Read moreThe Horizon Report in Action: Emerging Technologies Today and Tomorrow
A group of psychological scientists have identified 25 principles of learning. Of those 25, this group identified 9 to explore in greater depth as they relate to instruction. In this series of posts, I’ll look at each in turn, discussing… Read moreApplying Psychological Science: Practice at Retrieval
The following is copied from the EDUCAUSE website. Hope to see you online at this webinar! EDUCAUSE Live! Webinar March 5—The Horizon Report in Action: Emerging Technologies Today and Tomorrow Speaker: Malcolm Brown, Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, EDUCAUSE Veronica Diaz, Associate Director, EDUCAUSE… Read moreEDUCAUSE: Emerging Technology Today and Tomorrow