Month: May 2020

FLLinNZer visit 24 March 2006

It was great to have a 3005/2006 Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand visit on 24 March. Cathy Gunn from Auckland university spent an afternoon with several of us from Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin College of Education and the University of Otago. We gathered at HEDC at University of Otago. We […]

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Blockchain: What It Is and Why You Should Care

By leveraging blockchain technology, smaller businesses can operate with more autonomy and efficiency. You’ve probably heard of blockchain technology, but you might not know that it’s quickly revolutionizing the way the world shares information and does business. Blockchain technology has already been adopted by many prominent institutions. According to IBM, 91 percent of […]

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How to Pay Back Your Federal Loans after Graduation

If you’ve recently graduated or finished school, it’s likely that you’ve used some federal student loans to help pay for tuition. If you’ve recently graduated or finished school, it’s likely that you’ve used some federal student loans to help pay for tuition. Now that you’re no longer in school, those loans […]

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bahtingsIn the JISC Innovating e-learning online conference Stephen Heppell had a Powerpoint with a list of creative assessments i.e. equivalent to a 1500 word essay – things like creating a video clip, moderating an online discussion etc. I believe this sort of assessment would shake the foundations of our educators. […]

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