David Tal explores a troubling situation that many of us in the academic world have found ourselves in – what happens if we no longer have a desire to work in the industry for which we trained for through post-secondary education?
Elise Roy opens our minds to the benefits of designing for those with disabilities to benefit all. She outlines how design thinking allows designers to enhancement for those without disabilities. In her speech Elise also encourages designers to utilize the experiences of those with disabilities to help design better.
Donald E. Hall explores the obligation of post-secondary institutions to teach students how to navigate through the tangled web of internet lies, fake news, and social media hoaxes to find the truth. Now more than ever it seems that digital literacy is critical for keeping citizens of all ages properly informed.
Mural is a web-based collaboration tool that allows users on multiple devices to share and build their ideas together.
2017 is now upon us and Dian Schaffhauser (writer for Campus Technology) dives into the tech trends that await those in higher education.
Reflection is necessary for growth. It helps us identify the gaps in our knowledge, our strengths and weaknesses and confirms our beliefs.
This infographic explores the uniqueness of scaffolding in online learning.
Suzanne Bowness (University Affairs) examines the growing popularity of research competitions amongst students in higher education.
TED curator Chris Anderson takes viewers behind the scenes of what it takes to stand up and deliver a TED talk to an audience. Anderson walks us through 4 strategies that can help any public speaker get their ideas across to an audience, leaving them informed and inspired.
In this article Rebecca Pope-Ruark (Associate Professor of English at Elon University) asks the question: Must a high-impact learning experience require an extended period of time to be, in fact, high impact?