• TedxGVSU: On well-played games & simulations

    Playing games is a very popular activity practiced by young and old. Gamification, as a way to introduce game elements to non-game environments, focuses on tracking activities and providing immersive feedback. Providi...
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  • Increase Instructor Presence and Student Satisfaction with Video/Audio Feedback

    Instructor presence in online courses is crucial for student success.  The instructor plays an important role in student satisfaction in online courses.  Online instructors interact with students in discussi...
  • Gamification: Course Leaderboard ver 2

    Why use a course gamification leaderboard? It encourages faculty to keep grades current. Students realize someone is paying attention to their progress and has a bigger picture perspective. Following the adage, "you...
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  •    Congratulations, and thank you. . .

    Two years ago this week Kathy Saville started the SaaS Virtual Group. Kathy envisioned this group to enable clients to collaborate, share their experiences on SaaS, and learn from one another. We had about 160 clients...
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  • Everyone Can Learn Better with Universal Design for Learning

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on March 13, 2018.   Teachers and professors are often working hard to guarantee students make the most out of their classes. Universal Design for Learning (UDL)...
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  • Learning How to Learn: Student-Centered Educational Processes

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on November 22, 2017.   More autonomous learners, capable of developing an active role in educational processes: that’s what student-centered learning is ...
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  • Accessibility in accordance with students, teachers, and institutions

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on November 11, 2016.   Web accessibility must ensure that individuals with any type of disability are able to perceive, navigate, interact, learn, communicate, te...
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  • Student-Centered Learning: The Driver of Our Learning Path

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on November 15, 2017.   By: Gohar Hovhannisyan - Executive Committee Member, European Students’ Union   Yerevan, Armenia   The concept of student-...
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  • American Standards of Academic Integrity: An International Student Perspective

    Column originally published on E-Learn Magazine on October 19, 2017.   By Kyoungah Lee, International Programming Coordinator & Advisor, University of Pittsburgh   My brother graduated from high scho...
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  • Interview with Dr. Tracey Bretag: "A culture of academic integrity requires commitment at every level of the academic enterprise"

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Oct 10, 2017   Dr. Tracey Bretag has dedicated the past 15 years to academic integrity research. She is an Associate Professor and Director of the Office for ...
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  • Integrity, Originality and Authorship: Evolving Concepts

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Oct 16, 2017.   Goethe once said “There is nothing worth thinking but it has been thought before; we must only try to think it again.”1 In an increa...
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  • Overcoming Plagiarism: 8 Steps to Creating a Culture That Fosters Academic Integrity

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Jul 17, 2017   When students are part of a community in which integrity is a strong value, they are less likely to take part in dishonest behavior. To create ...
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  • The Path From Predictive Analytics to Student Success Improvement

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Jan 30, 2018   The idea of predicting the future, whether a short or long period of time, is very appealing. Did you know that it’s already possible? An...
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  • What Skills Will We Need for the Jobs of the Future?

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on May 08, 2018   We are now at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.1 Technological advances, along with socio-economic and demographic development...
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  • Six Drop Out Causes and Solutions to Keep Higher Ed Students in School

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Jul 31, 2018   Students are dropping out of higher education and it’s a global problem that must be acknowledged with a stronger approach. Let’s t...
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  • A Quick Guide to Key Learning Analytics Concepts

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Jan 23, 2018   Learning analytics aims to provide students, instructors, and institutional leaders with relevant information that can help them distill and op...
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  • Helping Solve Core Institutional Challenges Through Experience in Academia

    Article originally published on E-Learn Magazine on Apr 11, 2018   A qualified consultant team and a strong strategy can make a significant difference for universities looking to develop world-class digital lear...
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  • It's Not Too Late!

    The Exemplary Course Cohort kicked off yesterday. . . and it’s not too late to join and take advantage of this 5-week series. If you missed the first session, you can register to receive the recording. Each week...
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  • An Apology for the March 19th Collaborate Roadmap Webinar

    Hi all -   We wanted to extend our deepest apologies for the technical difficulties you encountered when trying to access today's Collaborate Roadmap Webinar. Please note, we are actively looking into this issue ...
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  • Bb Open Content Features Survey

    As a reminder, effective June 30, 2019, Blackboard will transition Blackboard Open Content to maintenance support mode. Effective December 31, 2019 Blackboard will end the availability of Blackboard Open Content for a...
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