Academic Technology Links for February 8, 2013

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The links for this week feature the bill of rights for online learning, text application tools, and a challenge to rethink what we mean by “technology in the classroom.” Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for February 1, 2013

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For this week’s links, we have a couple of posts from the Chronicle — on digital textbooks and online teaching, an upcoming webcast on flipped classrooms, and UW’s plan to let people get a degree based on competency exams. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for January 25, 2013

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This week’s links feature flipped classroom resources, Dartmouth’s new AP credit policy, a call for revamping higher ed for post-traditional learners, and more evidence on online courses creating more efficient personalized learning. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for January 18, 2013

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This week’s links include linear storytelling for museums, using Pinterest for teaching, a few EdTech startups to watch, an initiative by mathematicians to create self-published online journals, and the Raspberry Pi teaching manual. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for January 11, 2013

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For the links this week, read about some ways to simplify your office hours, weaving stories and data at the Tapestry conference, a flipped classroom infographic, and a new online peer-review system for academic publishing. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for January 4, 2013

For the links this week, I’ve gathered up posts on a tool for scheduling meetings and for marking up PDFs, information on costing out a digital humanities lab, a how-to for adding narration to PowerPoint slides, and seven hot education technology topics for 2013. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for December 28, 2012

The links for this week include a way of viewing digital collections, strategies for how to assess digital scholarship, the mash-up vs the MOOC, and an infographic on stats about online courses. Enjoy!

Best Posts from 2012

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For this week I’ve put together a roundup of our own posts from the past year. Today’s post is a roundup of our best posts that we’ve had so far, just in case you missed them!

Top Five Posts from 2012

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To help celebrate bringing 2012 to a close, here are our top five most popular posts from this year!

Academic Technology Links for December 21, 2012

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The links for this week feature world-changing software, a new MOOC platform, live-polling students, and an infographic on the history of education technology. Enjoy!