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  1. Last 7 days
    1. online asynchronous class, the instructor must showstudents how to navigate, how to interact, and what isexpected.

      Instructors purpose in online setting - teaching students how to navigate the "virtual classroom", how to interact and expectations

  2. Oct 2021
    1. But something I’m craving is is more precise language around saying what we mean, when we talk about technological or digital literacies. There are tons of really great frameworks for digital literacies out there, but they’re primarily used to talk about children are used a lot in K 12 contexts. I know there’s lots of conversations about digital literacies, and adult literacies, as well. But I think especially in this moment, we could continue to get really precise about what we’re talking about when we’re talking about our strengths, with using certain technologies or limitations with others.
  3. Feb 2021
    1. We still must decide how to present certain information, but it doesn’t have to be at the cost of another medium.

      Headscratcher: How do we make sure, in our times creating instuction, that we do not neglect a medium that could be used for instruction?

      I feel that one way could be to allow learners choice in how they respond to prompts and learning. I feel that this could allow for students to use their gifting and talents to excel and produce amazing work.

  4. Nov 2019
    1. The Digital Promise article presents four major factors to consider when implementing technology for adult learning purposes. The factors include flexibility and benefits of blended learning, data use to support development of instruction, environments with diverse technology available support various learners, and allow the instructor's role to change to meet learner needs. Issues related to each factor are shared and suggestions for resolutions are provided. Rating: 7/10-a good resource for introduction to factors and issues in adult learning via technology.

  5. Jul 2017