Month: May 2020

Facilitating Research and Innovation: COVID-19 Bio Banks

For the mitigation of COVID-19 pandemic, R&D efforts are directed at the development of vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics. The specimens collected from COVID-19 positive subjects can be a valuable resource for the R&D efforts. NITI Aayog has recently issued guidelines for sharing of bio specimens and data for research related to […]

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Educational Technology article – Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources

Opennessby Scinoptica Opennessby Scinoptica  My article – Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources has recently been published in Educational Technology the magazine for managers of change in education. This article brings together some of the ideas about Open Education Practices that I have been posting over the past year. Your comments […]

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QUIZ: Which Nursing Environment is Right for You?

Take this quiz and learn which nursing environment is best suited for you and your future nursing career! Don’t forget to share the results with your friends Take this quiz and learn which nursing environment is best suited for you and your future nursing career! We’ll help you make a […]

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Mobile Learning in ELT: Survey 2013

In 2010, after buying my first iPad I decided to do some research into how teachers were using mobile devices in their classrooms and their teaching. At this stage ‘smart’ phones were already starting to make an impact and tablet devices were just coming onto the market.  The research results […]

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Educational Technology article – Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources

Opennessby Scinoptica Opennessby Scinoptica  My article – Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources has recently been published in Educational Technology the magazine for managers of change in education. This article brings together some of the ideas about Open Education Practices that I have been posting over the past year. Your comments […]

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How Excellent Nurses Become Nurse Leaders

With a master’s degree, experienced nurses can move beyond the frontlines of patient care to management and executive positions within an organization Nurses play a pivotal role in defining the future of health services, from the ER all the way up to the C-suite. In addition to learning how to accommodate a […]

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Mobile Learning in ELT: Survey 2013

In 2010, after buying my first iPad I decided to do some research into how teachers were using mobile devices in their classrooms and their teaching. At this stage ‘smart’ phones were already starting to make an impact and tablet devices were just coming onto the market.  The research results […]

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