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Squared 5 - MPEG Streamclip video converter for Mac and Windows

Squared 5 - MPEG Streamclip video converter for Mac and Windows
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The 31 Best LinkedIn Profile Tips for Job Seekers When you’re not looking for a job, it can be easy to ignore your LinkedIn profile. Sure, you add people you meet at networking events as contacts and accept requests as they come in, but everything else? Eh, you’ll get to it when you need to. While we definitely don’t recommend this approach (hey, the recruiter from your dream company finding you and offering you a job? It could happen), we get that there are times you need a total LinkedIn overhaul. And for those times?

MTF-Chart Do I Really Need to Know This Stuff? Actually, yes, you do. Pay attention. Re-assessing innovative assessment This blog post, which reflects on the key issues raised during a workshop held at the HEA enhancement event Ways of knowing, ways of learning: innovation in pedagogy for graduate success was compiled by Erica Morris, HEA Consultant in Academic Practice (erica.morris@heacademy.ac.uk). Over the last ten years or so, much thought has been given to the use of innovative assessment, and more generally, universities and colleges have focused on enhancing assessment practices. Initiatives, research and developments on assessment have led to a rich collection of established theoretical perspectives and good practice guidance for those seeking to make changes to how assessment in designed for students. At the Higher Education Academy (HEA) we synthesised this work, and by building on Assessment Standards: a Manifesto for Change produced A Marked Improvement: Transforming Assessment in Higher Education.

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2014 AAEEBL Annual Call for Proposals - AAEEBL July 28-31, 2014 Hynes Convention Center The deadline for proposal submission has passed.This CFP page is for informational purposes. Introduction and Conference Context AAEEBL and the eportfolio community have long recognized that eportfolios and information/educational technology can fundamentally alter – have fundamentally altered – how people learn. We see that "alternative” learning opportunities – experiential learning, service learning, internships and more – have moved from the fringes to the center of academic activity on many campuses. Integration Why Integration? Our goal is simple: where it makes sense, provide a unified, transparent experience that does not add work for anyone, while leveraging the power of a full-featured assessment and accreditation management system. As educators ourselves, we feel that faculty should focus on teaching, not wasting time logging into various systems, or opening grade books to assess the same work multiple times. Neither should they be using valuable time setting up key assessments. These should be in place, ready to use and look like any other assignment. Likewise, students should be able to access work aimed at measuring what matters for their course, while simultaneously presenting their skills to inform program and campus decisions about continuous improvement.

If You Build It, They Will Come This page contains links to presentation files and other examples shown during our presentation at the Indianapolis Assessment Institute October 22, 2014. Presented by: Russel Stolins and James Lujan Click to start presentation… Click for expanded mind map

States of Exchange: Artists from Cuba Iniva presents a timely exhibition featuring some of Cuba?s most exciting artists At Rivington Place, London, UK 23 January ? 22 March 2008 Jeanette ChávezAutocensura / Self-Censorship, 2006Video, 2:52 minImage courtesy of the artist AAEEBL The AAEEBL Webinars are co-sponsored by AAC&U, EPAC, and IJeP. They are all focused on the question "what is the eportfolio idea?" Darren Cambridge, a well-known eportfolio leader, will present his own view that eportfolio is a genre. Why Large-Scale E-Portfolios Make Sense E-Portfolios | Q&A Why Large-Scale E-Portfolios Make Sense A new initiative at the University of Alaska Anchorage aims to roll out campuswide e-portfolios by 2015, with the potential to go even broader on the horizon. By Dian Schaffhauser07/09/14

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