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Apr 05

Learning Lab Show | Ep. 10 Open Educational Resources

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny discuss open educational resources and how to get started using OER.  

Mar 29

Learning Lab Show | Ep. 9 Podcasting

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny are joined by Dr. Danette Gibbs and Ed Howarth to explore using podcasting in the classroom.  

Mar 15

Learning Lab Show | Ep. 8 Student Success and Engagement

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny welcome Dr. Jennifer Green and Dr. Sarai Blincoe to discuss student success and engagement.  

Mar 08

Learning Lab Show | Episode 7: Online Proctoring

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny address concerns with online testing and provide some solutions for online proctoring.  

Mar 01

The Learning Lab Show | Episode 6: MOOCs

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny look into different types of massive open online courses (MOOCs) and their benefits.    

Feb 23

The Learning Lab Show | Episode 5: Data Visualization

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny explore using data visualization to enhance the educational experience. See the show notes to access links and examples of data visualization.  

Feb 12

The Learning Lab Show | Episode 4: Mac vs. PC

In this episode, Jeff and Jenny join in the Mac vs. PC debate.

Apr 06

Tech Tip: Combining Files

In this post we will highlight a free web-based tool for combining files, of various formats, into one file. No download necessary! would be great for giving students course documents. Instead of sending multiple files for a project or assignment, instructors can combine all necessary documents into one file for ease of reference. This web …

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Feb 11

Canvas Corner 2/14/2014

Come join us for good food and great ideas! 12:00 pm on 2/14/2014 “Canvas Corner” with Jenny Quarles and Jeff Everhart Take a moment to learn about some of the recent or upcoming changes to Canvas in this installment of Canvas Corner. This is a great venue to learn about helpful features or get your …

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Feb 04

Canvas Kisses Tip #5: Using the What-if Feature in Grades

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