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Human-centered instructional design

Building Empathy (and Courses)

Technology, and technologically-mediated learning, can be dehumanizing; but it doesn’t need to be. Instructional designers, and the tasks assigned to them, can ...

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Flipgrid

Flipgrid first came to my attention in an online class that used it as a springboard for initiating weekly article and chapter discussions, and I frequently found that some of the class’s most ...

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Lexical Cohesion and Course Design

I recently attended a workshop, Cohesion in Second Language Writing, delivered by Mark Johnson from East Carolina University. For those of you interested in the topic, you might consult Mark’s ...

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Collaboration – Online and Off

As many writers might know, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) has encouraged novice and veteran writers alike to pick up their (likely proverbial) pens for more than a decade. Likely fewer ...

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Top 100 Tools for Learning

Jane Hart recently published her 9th Annual Learning Tools Survey. Hart surveyed over 2000 learning professionals from around the world about the “software, online tool[s], or service[s] that ...

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