A common question in online learning is “How do we keep students from cheating in online exams?” A shift from traditional means of assessment
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As we start this semester, you may find yourself shifting to remote teaching due to the surge of the COVID-19 omicron variant. In an Intentional
Many educators found Zoom to be an invaluable tool in being able to continue with teaching and learning this last year. By now, you have probably
As all of you know, the disruption from hurricane Ida is forcing you to rethink how you will continue with teaching and learning during this
A common assignment given in an online class is for students to participate in a discussion forum. Many online discussions forums are setup so that
Many faculty find themselves teaching remotely because of the pandemic. One topic related to remote teaching that comes up often is student
Often instructors are looking for images to use in their courses because images can liven up the course and help students understand the course
Gamification is making a boring process interesting by using fun elements from games. Gamification is not the same as playing a game. Educators
Let's say that you used to begin class with a moment of silence. Or perhaps you incorporated some other elements of mindfulness or contemplative
Today's guest post is from Karen Nichols, Distance Education Coordinator in Xavier's Center for Continuing Studies & Distance Education In 2015,
This is a guest post from Dr. Renée Akbar. Dr. Renée Akbar is an associate professor in Educational Leadership at Xavier University of Louisiana,
A common assignment given in an online class is for students to participate in a discussion forum. Most discussion forums are setup so that
I have written a few blog posts about the importance of using appropriately licensed materials in your courses and for your digital projects.
A discussion forum is an excellent tool for student engagement. However, you don’t always have to use the question and answer format to engage
In an Edsurge article by Jenny Abamu, she notes that one of the biggest misconceptions following Millennials is that they are digital natives.