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21 – Diigo

21 – Diigo
Diigo is a social bookmarking, research and knowledge sharing tool. It lets you make personal notes and highlight text on web pages and share them with others. Website: www.diigo.comCost: Free and premium versionsAvailability: OnlineYEARLY RANKINGS 2015: 42 2014: 202013: 212012: 182011: 132010: 152009: 222008: 352007: 72= Comments from some of those who selected Diigo as one of their Top Tools “Diigo – one of my university lecturers introduced me to this tool last year. I have found it fantastic for storing and categorising useful links for my own use and to share these with others. Pre-2013 comments “with delicious I collect and share, with diigo I recollect, select, reflect collaborate (and so on)….

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Collection Les auteurs classiques dans la bibliothèque numérique Les Classiques des sciences sociales Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre [1788-1832] sinologue, titulaire de la 1re chaire de langue et littérature chinoise au Collège de France [ sous-collection "Chine ancienne" ] Adler, Alfred [1870-1937] psychanalyste Alain (Émile Chartier) [1868-1951] philosophe français Alexéiev, Basile [1881-1951] professeur au Collège de France Archambault, Paul [1883-1950] Ardouin, Beaubrun [1796-1865] Historien et homme politique haïtien [sous-collection "Études haïtiennes"] Argens, Jean-Baptiste de Boyer, Marquis d' [1704-1771] homme de lettres et philosophe français Asselin, Olivar [1874-1937] journaliste, pamphlétaire et militant nationaliste canadien-français Ashley-Cooper, Anthony [1671-1713] 7e comte de Shaftesbury philanthrope britannique de l'ère victorienne Aubertin, Charles [1825- ??]

Question Types There are many different types of questions that can be used with clickers. Each kind of question serves a different pedagogical purpose. Checking for Conceptual UnderstandingQuestions that check for conceptual understanding are a crucial way for instructors to tailor their teaching to what students already know. Comment réaliser un livre au format EPUB ? La lecture numérique Cours de Hervé Le Crosnier Les cours de Culture Numérique dispensés par Hervé Le Crosnier à l'Université de Caen.

Critical thinking in the Online Classroom This is part 3 in a 3 part series discussing the concept of ‘presence’ in online learning communities. I’ve been writing about online presence in this series and though complex, it is best understood by the Community of Inquiry (CoI) model, a framework of three dimensions that work together to create what I call a complete learning experience (though the creators of the model call it an ‘educational experience’ where all three coincide (Garrison et al., 2000). In part one, I reviewed instructor presence and part two, social presence. Though this third dimension is officially labeled ‘cognitive presence‘ I have made reference to critical thinking, as this is what should be happening in the cognitive presence domain, which I’ll elaborate on further in the post.

Broadcast your hangout to the world for free - Google+ Start a Hangout On Air Start a Hangout On Air enabled video call and invite specific people or Google+ circles to join you. Then name your Hangout On Air. Link your YouTube account MERLOT II - Home Return to MERLOT II Home Page Search all MERLOT Select to go to your profile Click to expand login or register menu Select to go to your workspace Select to go to your Dashboard Report How eLecta Live Virtual Classroom Works Crystal Clear Full Duplex Audio Integrated Audio Conferencing. Multiple Speakers. ‘Speaking to Students’ with Audio Feedback in Online Courses In this post I’ll share how to give meaningful and constructive feedback to students on assignments, presentations, and other works by using voice recorded files. Research suggests that students want specific and detailed feedback from their instructors (Balaji & Chakrabarti, 2010 ). Who wouldn’t? It is disappointing to students to receive few or no comments from their instructor after investing hours researching and writing a paper. Even more disconcerting to some students, is receiving a below par grade with little explanation or constructive feedback—in online classes even more so given the lack of personal contact.