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Summer, Summer, Summer!

I have been singing that song inside my head all day. Although summer is drawing to a close for me (I have a 2 week class starting in a week, followed by teacher in-service, followed by…school!), it has been a relaxing, but productive summer. 193 more words


EDU 625: Educational Games successful for learning?

Games in the classroom, huh? Seriously? Education is not what it used to be so open your eyes and get ready because gamification is changing the way students think and learn! 817 more words

Bad Habit: Helping To Prevent Non-Suicidal Self Injury

This is a small review for this post, but one that is definitely worth talking about, especially as social media continues to evolve.  Social media, as you know, is one of my favorite technological innovations.  777 more words


Man & Machine: Why Security Needs a Human Touch

There’s an old saying in information security: Corporate networks and infrastructure should look a lot like an M&M: With a hard, crunchy outside and a soft, chewy center. 922 more words


E-Learning is Going Strong

E-Learning Spreads Across the Globe

E-learning continues to expand globally as a fundamental means of education and outreach. Schools, businesses and governments are adding online learning strategies such as courses, media, documentation, coaching, and collaboration to their organizational processes. 723 more words

Adaptive Learning

Should Apps With In-App Purchases Be Labeled as Free?

It’s a controversial practice, to be sure. But millions of apps in both the iTunes and Google Play stores are labeled as “free,” only to include in-app purchases. 581 more words

Best Practice

Your Answer to Lackluster Customer and Employee Engagement: Add Fun

By Catherine Clifford | Entrepreneur

Gamification — a hot buzzword these days — is the business equivalent of mixing broccoli into mac and cheese. It’s a way of making predictable, boring workplace tasks more engaging for employees and customers. 156 more words