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In an education hungry world for EdTech, it is troubling that the massive efforts undertaken by the US Education Department's Institute of Education Sciences seem to go unnoticed. IES directly funds research that seeks to promote practical approaches in...
The question is lopsided by necessity. The latest to pose it is amateur historian Jonathan Rees for Inside Higher Ed, on a post the prey of passionate debate one neighborhood over on the Canvas community pages. It demands a...
Since the introduction is degrees, education faces an ongoing battle against its own evidence. For reasons exceeding my understanding and our scope, everyone settled on academic credentials, which by definition attest to what a person did to learn, not...
Ah, the Moodle Forum. For those who managed to figure out its ins and outs, it is a human treasure, or at least a cool hangout. The rest of us have definitely found a key piece of info or...
Follow our Learning Analytics Roadmap Series here. One of the easiest things to get accustomed to in fiction is the physical constraint from which we are free. Your suitcase can carry all kinds of weaponry and lab equipment. How great...
Our second "review of reviews" is here. Whether they show outstanding evidence, or the need for further research, we trust they at least pick your brain about your LMS-based teaching practice. The 1st Insight: Gamification might be pushed harder than...