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Nov 23 2015
by Dixie Conner. Just a reminder, Boise State will be closed for Thanksgiving break from Wednesday at noon until Sunday.
Nov 23 2015
by Dixie Conner. Class Registration: If you have not registered for spring classes, we encourage
Nov 19 2015
by Patrick Lowenthal. Introduction The world is becoming a mobigital virtual space where people can learn and teach digitally anywhere and anytime. Emerging mobile technologies like wearables make the transformation even faster. In other words, more and more education is happening outside from schools or universities through technology. We as educators and scholars should ask especially for technological solutions supporting teaching and learning outside formal institutions. The book intends to offer the readers precise definitions about emerging technologies, with a strong focus on how they are/can be used for education via ground works, field studies and case studies. Objective of the Book There are a good number questions about the quality of education now and in the future. We can control what learners should learn and what they should not at schools through curricula. Yet the world has become not only a global village, but also a mobigital virtual space where people can learn and teach digitally anywhere and anytime, and we cannot always control what students learn through these media. The learner of the future is a totally “digital native” who has never lived in a
Nov 13 2015
by Joseph Bodnar. Here are a few topics for a paper that I would have
Oct 20 2015
by Leif Nelson. http://uwm.edu/deta/toolkits/