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Reality Check: Helping to Manage Student Expectations

Maryellen Weimer, one of the premier learning scholars of our time, wrote this interesting and timely article for the Teaching Professor Blog. It’s a good reminder for us as we begin a new semester. Reality Check: Helping to Manage Student Expectations By Maryellen Weimer, PhD in Teaching Professor Blog Most students begin college, the academic […]

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Moodle Plug-ins Update

We have discovered a plug-ins that need to be updated and wanted to share the following information with you so you are aware. Date Report Plug-in It has come to our attention that the Date Report plug-in is not working properly. We have received word that the issue is being worked on and an updated plug-in should […]

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New Features Coming This Fall in Moodle!

Here are a few items that will make it easier for you in Moodle coming this Fall.   Gradebook Features: Moodle has made navigation easier by adding a scroll bar at the top of the Moodle Gradebook. You no longer have to scroll to the bottom to find this.   Restrict Access: They have improved […]

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Active learner

Putting Students in the Driver’s Seat: Technology Projects to Decrease Passivity

This article appeared August 4, 2014, in Faculty Focus. Dr. Shibley describes a few interesting active learning approaches.   Putting Students in the Driver’s Seat: Technology Projects to Decrease Passivity Ike Shibley, PhD Passivity still seems to be the norm for most college courses: students passively try to learn information from teachers who unwittingly cultivate […]

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