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Four Inquiry Qualities At The Heart of Student-Centered Teaching

<b>By Trevor MacKenzie</b>Whether it be project-based learning, design thinking or genius hour, it’s easy to get confused by the many education buzzwords …

Pedagogy

Wie weet nog wat waar is?

Om antwoord te krijgen op de vraag ‘wat de mogelijke invloed is van desinformatie en complottheorieën op het maatschappelijke debat?’, heeft I&O …

The future of news is humans talking to machines

This year, the iPhone turned 10. Its launch heralded a new era in audience behavior that fundamentally changed how news organizations would think about how their work is discovered, distributed and consumed.<p>This summer, as a Knight Visiting Nieman Fellow at Harvard, I’ve been looking at another …

News Industry
Social Media

Mobile apps gaining ground on handheld clickers

When clickers made their way into higher education in the 1990s, the handheld devices were hailed by professors for their ability to reach everyone …

Storytelling in Virtual Reality: The Basics

Virtual Reality! It's amazing! It's terrifying! It's the future! Nothing will ever be the same!<p>via GIPHY<p>In the last three years, we've witnessed a boom of "Gold Rush" proportions as companies, brands, and artists scramble to develop virtual reality tools, platforms, and content, trying to figure …

Virtual Reality

U.S. Press Freedom Tracker

April 3, 2018<p>Duran is currently being held in an immigration detention facility in Louisiana.<p>March 27, 2018<p>On April 17, Albury pleaded guilty to two …

Top Ten #DDJ: This Week’s Top Data Journalism

What’s the global #ddj community tweeting about? Our NodeXL mapping from July 10 to 16 has Dwarshuis on the Airbnb takeover of Amsterdam, @blprnt on …

Top 10

Why You Should Turn MOOCs Into a Group Activity

MOOCs, or massive open online courses, can be very useful and a lot of fun. But why do them alone? Turn your next online course into a book …

Think President Trump's press-bashing doesn't affect local journalists? Think again.

The latest edition of the Charlevoix Courier, a small weekly in Northern Michigan, is a potpourri of small-town Americana: the retirements of several …

America is no longer shocked by President Trump's media-bashing

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Can learning to draw improve your journalism? Journalists at Reuters are giving it a try

Once a month, a group of 10 to 15 journalists gets together at the offices of Reuters in New York.<p>They're not working.<p>They're not tweeting.<p>They're …

Explore CPJ's database of attacks on the press

Are MOOCs deepening divisions in higher education?

Technology is often described in the literature as an enabler, a facilitator, a supporter, as an enhancer and as empowering, but for millions around …

Developing Countries

A Guide for Resisting Edtech: the Case against Turnitin | Hybrid Pedagogy

Students often find themselves uploading their content — their creative work — into the learning management system. Perhaps they retain a copy of the …

Massive List of MOOC Providers Around The World — Class Central

13 minute read written by Dhawal Shah . Published on June 15, 2017<p>It’s been more than five years since online education got a massive boost when …

Essay: Looking back at predictions about MOOCs

Cathy Sandeen looks back at her past predictions and claims about massive open online courses to see how they’ve held up.

Higher Education

A new fact-checking coalition is launching in Japan

Unlike in neighboring South Korea, where "fact check" has become a widely recognized buzzword, in Japan the word calls to mind something foreign. …

A question for a dystopian age: what counts as fake news? | Jane Martinson

The Grenfell Tower tragedy highlighted a lack of trust in a media too often felt to be on the side of the powerful<p>Margaret Atwood wrote in an introduction to Brave New World that Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel had been inspired by a trip to America that left him “frightened by mass consumerism, …

Top 10 sites to help students check their facts

In a political climate where sharing fake news has become commonplace, it’s more important than ever to rely on trustworthy and dogged fact-checking …

8 YouTube Tools to Help Learn English

It always amazes me that despite being the world’s largest video library, YouTube is still blocked or banned in many educational institutions. As a …

Education Technology

Conquering Content Curation: Best Practices for Instructional Designers

Content curation allows Instructional Designers to use existing material while putting their spin on it to give learners added value. Learn some best …

MOOCs for refugees - work in progress

"Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan" (CC BY-ND 2.0) by Foreign and Commonwealth Office<p>One of the early promises of the MOOC movement was that they would …

Lack of faculty time and training limits digital learning more than resistance does, study finds

Professors' views about the role of technology in learning are easy to caricature. Some faculty members cling to their yellowed lecture notes and …

Student Experience Survey 2017: The shape of things to come in higher education

Futurology is a notoriously unreliable art. Just five years ago, many commentators were asking if the Mooc – the massive open online course – could …

I studied how journalists used Twitter for two years. Here's what I learned

Twitter reflects the good, the bad and just plain ugly reality of social media these days. For academics, journalists and voters, there’s never been …

6 essential technologies on the higher ed horizon

Tablets are just the beginning of Natural User Inerfaces (NUIs) in college and university settings; and any institution interested in remaining …

Higher Education

Journal of Interactive Media in Education

UK Universities

The traditional way of reporting on a president is dead. And Trump’s press secretary killed it.

By Margaret Sullivan<p>, Media columnist<p>The presidency is not a reality show, but President Trump on his first full day in office made clear that he’s still obsessed with being what he once proudly called “a ratings machine.”<p>He cares enough about it to send his press secretary, Sean Spicer, out to …

Donald Trump

12 Ways to Create Digital Learning Content: No. 11 - Illustrated Notes

<b>In the latter part of 2016, we shared 10 different ways to create flipped or blended learning content.</b><p><b>We’ve got 2 more to go.</b><p><b>Before jumping into</b> …

Education Technology