Analyzing Educational Technology

15 development lessons from Dungeons and Dragons

From Dungeon Master to Scrum Master. Everything I learned about software development I learned from playing Dungeons and Dragons.

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Improvisational Translation on a Wet May Day in Derby Week

I was inspired by this video: Found a neat little hack. Put “gif” in front of any youtube vid and it will take you to gifs.com where you can extract gifs. I liked the five below. You ca…

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OU Digital Teaching: Citizens of the Learning Community, Unite!

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Report: Last affordable options for college students are fast disappearing – The Hechinger Report

The converging trends of falling state investment, rising tuition and stagnant incomes have finally pushed higher education out of the grasp of low- and middle-income Americans, even at community colleges, a new report contends. College is less affordable now, when adjusted for inflation, than it was before the economic downturn, student financial aid no longer …

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The Golden Principles of High-Quality Instructional Design

5 golden principles to help you achieve a high-quality instructional design in eLearning.

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People who don’t spend 5 hours a week online learning will make themselves obsolete, says AT&T CEO

Times are changing too fast for employees to ignore.

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Is Online Tutoring the Future of Personalized Learning? (EdSurge News)

In celebration of their daughter’s birth, Mark Zuckerberg recently announced he would be donating a significant portion of an approximated $45 billion to developing personalized learning.

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