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ePortfolio Resources at UW Bothell

ePortfolio Resources at UW Bothell

As we approach the end of the academic year, students across programs are gathering and reflecting on their curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular work; they are thinking about their futures and possible paths to take to achieve their goals; and they are writing essays that provide coherent narratives of their personal, academic, and professional trajectories. InRead more about ePortfolio Resources at UW Bothell[…]

Journaling in Blackboard: Reflect On And Deepen Learning

Journaling in Blackboard: Reflect On And Deepen Learning

Journaling can be a powerful tool for students to reflect on their learning. Journals can be used to: “record the development of ideas and insights and / or those of a group in a given context and can include concepts, ideas and main points from experience and theory reflect upon the subject content and personalRead more about Journaling in Blackboard: Reflect On And Deepen Learning[…]

Students Like Short, Compelling Tegrity Videos, According To Athens State Professor

Students Like Short, Compelling Tegrity Videos, According To Athens State Professor

At the Tegrity Conference held in Seattle, April 18-20, Jeff Johnson, Assistant Professor of Management at Athens State University, presented on course surveys that had been done on his campus which captured student feedback on best and worst practices for producing a Tegrity video. These videos were primarily done by instructors outside of a classRead more about Students Like Short, Compelling Tegrity Videos, According To Athens State Professor[…]

Get Organized With Free Web Tools!

Get Organized With Free Web Tools!

I always find it surprising how few students know about and actively use web tools that, quite frankly, make everything much easier. In this post, I’ll point out some web tools that I use on a regular basis. For this quarter, I’ll specifically focus on tools that allow students to get organized with assignments, scheduling and class notes.

For students, balancing work, school and life outside of both can be a difficult task. Sometimes you need a little extra help organizing, collaborating, or studying. Currently, there are more web tools out there than ever before—many of them free and created specifically to give students this kind of help. I always find it surprising how few students know about and actively use web tools that, quite frankly, make everything much easier.

In this post, I’ll point out some web tools that I use on a regular basis. For this quarter, I’ll specifically focus on tools that allow students to get organized with assignments, scheduling and class notes. Keep an eye out in upcoming quarters for more free web tools for students!

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