Thursday, June 5, 2014

Our Favorite Blogs: Last Call for Summer Classes

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Stout University of Wisconsin
Tech Tips Newsletter
June 5, 2014
Editor: Karen Franker
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In this issue...

1. Last Chance to Sign Up for June and July Online Courses
2. Our Favorite Blogs
3. Tech Tip: 10 Best Tips for Editing Video like a Pro                                                                                                                                     
Final Call for Late June and July Online Courses
Meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification.

Register Online for a Course Starting in Late June or July 
Sign up today to reserve a spot. No payment is due until July 16th.
The following classes still have a few openings:

Our Favorite Blogs
This summer explore the best blogs that focus on innovative teaching and learning through thought-provoking posts. Discover some new favorites to add to your RSS feeds and bookmarks.
Online Learning Insights
Debbie Morrison’s blog provides consistently thoughtful, well-researched observations about online and open education. Recent topics include: helping students to be successful online, learner-centric course design, and MOOC expectations vs. realities.
Terry Heick connects K-20 educators with tips and resources to support the implementation of innovative learning that results in substantive personal and social change. Recent topics include: flipped teacher professional development, habits that make thinkers, and teaching with video games.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Med Kharbach focuses on the reviews, tips, tutorials, and guides for effectively integrating technology in the classroom. Popular recent topics include: body language tips for presentations, plagiarism detection tools, and Web tools for end-of-school-year activities.
MindShift: How We Will Learn
Tina Barseghian’s blog examines the future of learning, including cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research, and educational policy. Recent topics include: student data issues, transparent school culture, and what makes learning stick.
Kelly Walsh explores the evolving use of technologies in education and their impact on student success. Regular features include guest posts from technologists as well as Friday “tweet wrap” synopses of the week’s tech tips. Popular posts include: 3D printing, 3 steps to voice-over PowerPoints, and adaptive learning tools.
Hybrid Pedagogy
Jesse Stommel’s scholarly blog is a digital journal which connects discussions of critical pedagogy, digital pedagogy, and online pedagogy between K-12 and higher education faculty. The blog is unique in inviting readers to submit articles and participate in a collaborative peer review process with the editorial board. Recent topics include: Net neutrality and increasing engagement in high-enrollment classes.
E-Learning Industry
Christopher Pappas and others share articles of particular interest to instructional designers. This e-learning community site also includes job postings. Recent article topics include: storyboarding scenarios, gesture-based interactions, and assessing the ROI of e-learning.    
Tech Tip: 10 Best Tips for Editing Video like a Pro
Kari Mulholland provides examples of ten excellent video editing tips to keep in mind for a polished and professional final product.   
List of additional online courses starting in September 2014

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