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“Successful Clicker Implementation” webinar

“Successful Clicker Implementation” webinar

I “attended” the recent webinar entitled “Strategies for Successful Clicker Implementation and Growth” given by Cindy Albert and Matt Evans from University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire. Hosted by Campus Technology magazine, the webinar provided a case study for implementing clickers across a campus. (It was sponsored by iClickers, and it felt, at times, that it devolved into a commercial for that product. Most of the time it was fine though.)

I thought the content of the webinar (apart from the fact that it was a commercial for iClicker) was, overall, very good. The presenters gave clear and actionable tips that were relevant for any campus to consider.

Here were my main takeaways from a staff/admin perspective (farther down I talk about pedagogical implications):

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Everything You Need to Know About DC III ePortfolios

Everything You Need to Know About DC III ePortfolios

An article originally written for the CUSP quarterly newsletter, by Learning Technologies’ Ian Porter Starting this quarter, students in CUSP Discovery Core III classes will design ePortfolios using Google Sites as the platform. The main purpose of these ePortfolios is to enable students to collect their curricular and extracurricular work from their first year atRead more about Everything You Need to Know About DC III ePortfolios[…]

Edudemic Will Help Fund Your Educational Technology Project

Edudemic Will Help Fund Your Educational Technology Project

If you’re an instructor with a great idea for a educational technology tool, but don’t necessarily have the funding to start it up, look no further than Edudemic Projects. The popular ed tech blog has recently developed this program to give instructors and education professionals a new and easy way to seek money for theirRead more about Edudemic Will Help Fund Your Educational Technology Project[…]