Feedback

We have already touched upon the subject of feedback , and its peculiar and often subjective qualities and content. Today we resume the topic of feedback and challenge you to an exercise in feedback. We know that good feedback is always contextual, and is often tricky. Some of the trickiness is in the object of the feedback. Usually, it’s easy to…

A New Paradigm: An Integration of Online Social Work and International Travel

We will be shifting gears today a bit, and will feature an article authored by Leslie Yaffa and Amy Storch on the Social Work in the Caribbean course and their experiences in Jamaica with a cohort of online students who came together for the first time.   http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/waoe/yaffal.pdf If any of you would like to share…

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Timelines as Creative and Attractive Projects

We are all very familiar with the basic presentation tools and formats. Oftentimes, projects are envisioned as white papers, an  MS PowerPoint presentation, or an alternative, such as Prezi or Keynote, and a website project. Recently, we have been adding YouTube videos as either oral testimonials, “sales pitch” presentations for grants, or weekly video check-ins. Sometimes…

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How do I check spelling in Outlook Web Access?

Some email programs, such as Microsoft Outlook (client), include a spelling checker. Outlook Web App relies on your web browser for checking spelling. That’s why you don’t see a spellcheck button or spelling settings in Outlook Web App. Spell checking is available in Internet Explorer 10 and later versions, and current versions of Firefox, Chrome,…

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Tips and Practices for Creating Effective Online Learning Experiences

If you have an hour, you will enjoy spending it going through this  BB/QMa Conrad  presentation on Tips and Best Practices to Create Effective Online Learning Experiences. It’s straightforward and clean, and addresses the following concepts: The Instructional Design Process (Formulate Objectives/Competencies>>Develop Assessment>>Specify Content and Strategies>>Choose Tools) tips on dealing with each the 21st Century Learner skills…

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Another Safe Source of High Quality Copyright-Free Images

It’s amazing how generous people can be with their creations! Pixabay is a website which hosts and allows you to download high-quality images that you can use and reuse any way you want! They don’t even require attribution, although that is always nice to mention. If your students are creating web pages or any other…