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Save the Date… Global Accessibility Awareness Week, May 14-18

Save the Date… Global Accessibility Awareness Week, May 14-18

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is almost here. Here at UW Bothell, we celebrate beyond GAAD, May 17! The UDAL Core Team at UW Bothell is again hosting this celebration to spread awareness about this diversity topic. We will have workshops and presentations to spread accessibility awareness on Wednesday, May 16 and Friday, May 18. ThereRead more about Save the Date… Global Accessibility Awareness Week, May 14-18[…]

eLearning Engagement with Nontraditional Students

eLearning Engagement with Nontraditional Students

Image Source: Pixabay With college enrollment declining over the past five years, many higher education institutions are constantly seeking small-scale solutions to create better learning opportunities and improve student retention. In a recent article published on EdTech, colleges and universities share their efforts to connect with nontraditional college students; students described as “25 and older,Read more about eLearning Engagement with Nontraditional Students[…]

Digital Learning Technology in Higher Education

Digital Learning Technology in Higher Education

Image Source: Pixabay Digital learning technology (DLT) is an umbrella term that covers a wide range of technologies that “facilitates teaching and learning, from digital course materials and e-textbooks, to lecture recordings and learning management systems” (Kelly).  According to the Digital Study Trends Survey by McGraw-Hill Education, over 1,000 college students across the nation share theirRead more about Digital Learning Technology in Higher Education[…]

Cyberlearning Research Study

Cyberlearning Research Study

Image Source: Pixabay Cyberlearning, a relatively new field of research, focuses on teaching methods that prepare learners of all ages to function in innovative technological environments. In a recent report, researchers of the Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning explore major trends in the field of educational technology to help both educators and students understand or predictRead more about Cyberlearning Research Study[…]

The Department of Education class hour definition says that for every Carnegie unit of credit hour there should be a minimum of two hours of study. Is this scale still valid? Wouldn’t be more beneficial for student to shift emphasis from time to tasks? Lolita Paff, PhD, in her Faculty Focus article, Questioning the Two-HourRead more about […]