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This article describes how one can use clickers in the classroom.  A literature review and bibliography are provided, but... see more

This is a journal article published in Journal of Interactive Media in Education. The author suggests that games are... see more

""The excessive workload generated by the assessment of exam papers in large classes and the need to give feedback in... see more

"This paper will highlight current theories of learning and critically analyse connectivism within the context of its... see more

This is an online article that discusses classroom response systems.  The authors "identify several tactics that are... see more

'In previous research self-questioning strategies have been found to significantly improve reading comprehension,... see more

"This paper presents findings related to how the nature of class changes when asynchronous online courses are used rather... see more

According to the authors, "Teachers play important roles in technology-rich classrooms, making decisions that... see more

This article recommends some guidelines for those who use lectures in the classroom.  Some of the "commandments" are... see more

The "Myth" described in the title is, "A Faculty Member Can Individually Develop and Deliver an Effective Online Course."... see more

This article suggests that educators consider meeting students where they are. Frustrated by students' lack of engagement... see more

This is a journal article from Performance Improvement Quarterly that provides evidence of the reliability of using... see more

This is an article from Prof Hacker that provides information on how to create and run a group-authored blog, rather than... see more

This article, from EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 44, no. 1 (January/February 2009): 4–5, describes the institution's need to... see more

This article is an interview with Phil Long, who describes a multi-year MIT project that contributed to a number of... see more

Although it is short, this article  contains "basic rules" of good storytelling.  It is designed to convince the science... see more

According to one IT leader and former professor, Web 2.0 is not just hype or a series of fads. It's a turning point for... see more

"This article explores excellence in web-based teaching. Drawing on the views of experts in the field and the perspective... see more

'The concept of Internet-facilitated social networking is not new – we have evidence of the development of the concept... see more

'Social networking has become one of the most popular communication tools to have evolved over the past decade, making it... see more

'The purpose of this article is to identify opportunities for humor in the college classroom, discuss how humor affects... see more

This is a short article that provides empirical data regarding the difference between learning in an online class... see more

This article provides a number of suggestions (actually, 100) for how to use Facebook in the classroom.  The article... see more