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The Band I Left (Part VI)

Part VI – The Band I Left – I think the writing is on the wall.

Maybe the upside to this band is I could make myself the feature player.  307 more words


International Education and Resource Network (iEARN)

iEARN is a non-profit organization made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 140 countries. iEARN empowers teachers and young people to work together online using the Internet and other new communications technologies. 16 more words

Teaching (and Learning) Resources

Supporting Faculty in Designing for Online Collaboration and Group Work - Sharing the PSTC Model :)

Collaboration and group work can be challenging, especially when it is done as part of an online course. I’ve been teaching online and using collaborative group projects since about 2006 and have learned a lot. 415 more words


Building an Online Collaboration Toolkit, What's in Yours?

Increasingly, group work and collaboration are valued as key strategies for engaging students in online and blended learning environments. There are many online tools available to support students as they engage in group work and collaboration. 762 more words


Best Tools For Online Collaboration

One benefit of living in the internet age is that business can be done from anywhere. It’s no longer necessary for each member of a team to be present in the same room, same building or even the same city. 427 more words


Bloemfontein Courant | Students interacting across board

MICA Photo Faculty Colette Veasey-Cullors and MICA photo students have recently embarked on an online course collaboration and shared exhibition with students from the Department of Design and Studio Art at Bloemfontein’s Central University of Technology in South Africa. 23 more words

Academic Technology

Online Collaboration: Tips and Tools for Working on a Virtual World

John Smith? No idea what he looks like but we collaborated on a paper with him. He’s on twitter at @JohnAwesome_Smith…

Working with people that you have never meet in person (and maybe never will) has become increasingly commonplace. 1,094 more words

June Challenge