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Teaching with Social Networks: Establishing a Social Contract
May 18, 2010

This ECAR research bulletin discusses the use of student-developed social contracts to support a vital online community of inquiry. In blended classes—which combine co-present and web-mediated…

A Cure For Meetings?
March 15, 2010

Ohio State experiment suggests that wikis could let professors make decisions more collaboratively without gathering in the same room. Ohio Stat…

E10 Session Podcast: Collaboration: A Must, or a Time-Consuming Bust?
November 1, 2010

Collaboration is touted as everything from a pathway to innovation to a financial must-do, given the current economic climate. Examples of collaboration include joint development projects, shared…

Innovating the 21st-Century University: It’s Time!
February 4, 2010

© 2010 Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 45, no. 1 (January/February 2010): 16-29 Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams Don Tapscott ( http://dontapsco…

7 Things You Should Know About Next-Generation Presentation Tools
January 6, 2010

New kinds of electronic tools are emerging that allow instructors to craft presentations that more closely reflect new approaches to teaching and learning. For instance, many of these tools allow…

Open Source Learning Management Systems
December 15, 2009

The evolving technologies committee is charged with identifying and monitoring evolving technologies and their impact on higher education institutions. This submission is on Open Source Learning …

Dewey Goes Online: Virtual Teaming on Campus
December 22, 2009

Key Takeaways John Dewey's ideas on progressive education have become newly relevant with the advent of online learning. Collaborative online learning is an important example of De…

Eight Simple Ways to Embrace the "Froom"
December 22, 2009

Key Takeaways The “froom” concept — forever in the classroom — employs technology to provide a nonlinear, hybrid, always accessible learning environment to engage students and motiv…

Ning and Writing to Learn
December 22, 2009

By Nathalie Ettzevoglou and Jessica McBride Writing effectively is academically and professionally crucial for students, and helping them attain that skill is a major goal for writing i…

7 Things You Should Know About Google Wave
October 29, 2009

Google Wave is a web-based application that represents a rethinking of electronic communication. Users create online spaces called “waves,” which include multiple discrete messages an…